BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 30, 2022

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Police Accountability Board elects chair, discusses hiring process, transparency

Berkeley's Police Accountability Board appointed John Moore as the PAB’s new chair during their bi-monthly meeting Sept. 28. 

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UC Berkeley McNair scholars and directors struggled to find what went wrong after a denied federal grant application dissolved campus’s 30-year-old research scholarship that prepared underrepresented undergraduates for higher education. 
UC Berkeley McNair scholars and directors struggled to find what went wrong after a denied federal grant application dissolved campus’s 30-year-old research scholarship that prepared underrepresented undergraduates for higher education. 
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East Bay Clean Power Alliance raised concerns over East Bay Community Energy’s, or EBCE’s, proposal to allocate funds to the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland for the purpose of creating an asthma treatment program. 
East Bay Clean Power Alliance raised concerns over East Bay Community Energy’s, or EBCE’s, proposal to allocate funds to the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland for the purpose of creating an asthma treatment program. 
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More than 500 Iranian students and community members gathered in solidarity Friday on Sproul Plaza to hold a candlelight vigil for Mahsa Amini, a woman who died in Iran more than a week ago after allegedly being beaten by the police.
More than 500 Iranian students and community members gathered in solidarity Friday on Sproul Plaza to hold a candlelight vigil for Mahsa Amini, a woman who died in Iran more than a week ago after allegedly being beaten by the police.
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Berkeley's Police Accountability Board appointed John Moore as the PAB’s new chair during their bi-monthly meeting Sept. 28. 
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Berkeley's Police Accountability Board appointed John Moore as the PAB’s new chair during their bi-monthly meeting Sept. 28. 
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In a recent review, Berkeley Lab researchers identified indoor air-filtration strategies to mitigate the spread of infectious airborne diseases in the hopes of reducing superspreading events and outbreaks in congregate public spaces.
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In a recent review, Berkeley Lab researchers identified indoor air-filtration strategies to mitigate the spread of infectious airborne diseases in the hopes of reducing superspreading events and outbreaks in congregate public spaces.
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On Sept. 23, UCPD received a report of an alleged sexual battery in Wheeler Hall that occurred last year.
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On Sept. 23, UCPD received a report of an alleged sexual battery in Wheeler Hall that occurred last year.
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At 1:20 am on Wednesday, UCPD received a report of a man who exposed himself in the courtyard of Unit 3 and subsequently entered Spens-Black Hall where a witness alleged he washed his genitals in a water fountain.
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At 1:20 am on Wednesday, UCPD received a report of a man who exposed himself in the courtyard of Unit 3 and subsequently entered Spens-Black Hall where a witness alleged he washed his genitals in a water fountain.
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UC Berkeley McNair scholars and directors struggled to find what went wrong after a denied federal grant application dissolved campus’s 30-year-old research scholarship that prepared underrepresented undergraduates for higher education. 
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UC Berkeley McNair scholars and directors struggled to find what went wrong after a denied federal grant application dissolved campus’s 30-year-old research scholarship that prepared underrepresented undergraduates for higher education. 
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Since the formation of UC Berkeley’s division of Computing, Data Science and Society, or CDSS, students and faculty alike have urged for the establishment their own physical place on campus.
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Since the formation of UC Berkeley’s division of Computing, Data Science and Society, or CDSS, students and faculty alike have urged for the establishment their own physical place on campus.
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Ten large-enrollment courses at UC Berkeley have changed their approach to incorporate more inclusive and anti-racist curriculum and teaching strategies.
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Ten large-enrollment courses at UC Berkeley have changed their approach to incorporate more inclusive and anti-racist curriculum and teaching strategies.
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Two teams led by UC Berkeley researchers will be among the 14 California research projects to receive part of over $43 million in grants from the National Science Foundation, or NSF.
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Two teams led by UC Berkeley researchers will be among the 14 California research projects to receive part of over $43 million in grants from the National Science Foundation, or NSF.
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East Bay Clean Power Alliance raised concerns over East Bay Community Energy’s, or EBCE’s, proposal to allocate funds to the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland for the purpose of creating an asthma treatment program. 
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East Bay Clean Power Alliance raised concerns over East Bay Community Energy’s, or EBCE’s, proposal to allocate funds to the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland for the purpose of creating an asthma treatment program. 
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Containing items ranging from hand-made indigenous maps to those based on works of fiction, Bancroft Library’s newest cartography exhibit brings a rich breadth of treasures for public display.
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Containing items ranging from hand-made indigenous maps to those based on works of fiction, Bancroft Library’s newest cartography exhibit brings a rich breadth of treasures for public display.
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