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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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The Berkeley Forum's spring 2021 lineup has a diverse selection of speakers who are not only from a wide range of disciplines and ethnic backgrounds but are also unique within their given field.
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The Berkeley Forum's spring 2021 lineup has a diverse selection of speakers who are not only from a wide range of disciplines and ethnic backgrounds but are also unique within their given field.
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Michael Bakal, a UC Berkeley doctoral student funded by the Center for Latin American Studies and a researcher taking part in an ongoing project in Guatemala, has suggested that climate change could fuel currents of northward immigration in his research.
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Michael Bakal, a UC Berkeley doctoral student funded by the Center for Latin American Studies and a researcher taking part in an ongoing project in Guatemala, has suggested that climate change could fuel currents of northward immigration in his research.
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The 2018 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences was awarded Monday to Paul Romer, a former UC Berkeley economics professor, who shares the prize with Yale University professor William Nordhaus.
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The 2018 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences was awarded Monday to Paul Romer, a former UC Berkeley economics professor, who shares the prize with Yale University professor William Nordhaus.
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In 2015, the World Bank projected that based on the updated poverty line of $1.90 per day, 700 million people, or 9.6 percent of the global population, may be living in poverty.
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In 2015, the World Bank projected that based on the updated poverty line of $1.90 per day, 700 million people, or 9.6 percent of the global population, may be living in poverty.
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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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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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A study published Tuesday by UC Berkeley professors concluded that unmitigated climate change will reduce the average person’s income by 23 percent and increase the global inequality gap by 2100.
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A study published Tuesday by UC Berkeley professors concluded that unmitigated climate change will reduce the average person’s income by 23 percent and increase the global inequality gap by 2100.
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Just like Mandela, we must strive to be models of peace and justice wherever we are.
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Just like Mandela, we must strive to be models of peace and justice wherever we are.
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