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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 30, 2023

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Professor John Morgan, an economist who discovered new methods of game theory analysis and taught popular classes at UC Berkeley, died at age 53 on Oct. 6 in his home in Walnut Creek. 
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Professor John Morgan, an economist who discovered new methods of game theory analysis and taught popular classes at UC Berkeley, died at age 53 on Oct. 6 in his home in Walnut Creek. 
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UC Berkeley senior Namrata Ramesh was selected as a 2020 Rhodes Scholar in November 2019 and is UC Berkeley’s first Rhodes Scholar in five years.
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UC Berkeley senior Namrata Ramesh was selected as a 2020 Rhodes Scholar in November 2019 and is UC Berkeley’s first Rhodes Scholar in five years.
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Distinguished heavy-element chemist Polly Arnold has been appointed as director of the Chemical Sciences Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
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Distinguished heavy-element chemist Polly Arnold has been appointed as director of the Chemical Sciences Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
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About 5 centimeters long, the flat-tailed house gecko may not have previously been considered a superhero, but a team of researchers that recently discovered its ability to run on water is calling it just that.
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About 5 centimeters long, the flat-tailed house gecko may not have previously been considered a superhero, but a team of researchers that recently discovered its ability to run on water is calling it just that.
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Here are some programs and resources that could help you get started in your study abroad search.
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Here are some programs and resources that could help you get started in your study abroad search.
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“They dared me to kiss you because you’re so depressed,” he asserted matter-of-factly, before scurrying back to his friends.
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“They dared me to kiss you because you’re so depressed,” he asserted matter-of-factly, before scurrying back to his friends.
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UC Berkeley ranked #6 in the Times Higher Education World Reputation rankings—a list compiled based on research and teaching quality—for the seventh year in a row.
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UC Berkeley ranked #6 in the Times Higher Education World Reputation rankings—a list compiled based on research and teaching quality—for the seventh year in a row.
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So you want to study abroad. Your first move is probably to browse through the options offered by the UC Education Abroad Program, or UCEAP. But what happens when the program of your dreams doesn’t lie in the lengthy listings of university-approved foreign escapades?
So you want to study abroad. Your first move is probably to browse through the options offered by the UC Education Abroad Program, or UCEAP. But what happens when the program of your dreams doesn’t lie in the lengthy listings of university-approved foreign escapades?
Elizabeth Colson, a campus professor emerita of anthropology best known for calling attention to the disruptive effects of displacement, died last month in the home she built in Zambia.
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Elizabeth Colson, a campus professor emerita of anthropology best known for calling attention to the disruptive effects of displacement, died last month in the home she built in Zambia.
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UC Berkeley’s reputation has officially been deemed sixth-best among universities worldwide by Times Higher Education, a widely acclaimed educational news publication based out of the United Kingdom.
UC Berkeley’s reputation has officially been deemed sixth-best among universities worldwide by Times Higher Education, a widely acclaimed educational news publication based out of the United Kingdom.