News from the University of California, Berkeley
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Robinson led Berkeley's undergraduate recruitment and enrollment efforts from 2005 to 2011
New poll shows stark divide be state's Republicans and Democrats
Land use policies make a difference, new paper finds
Elk have the means to adapt to changing climate cues, migratory shifts may have unknown ripple effects in the region’s ecosystem and economy
March 2020 primary race remains a "wide-open affair"
Pharmaceutical company commits up to $67 million over five years to finding new drug targets with the help of CRISPR
The executive editor of the New York Times, Dean Baquet, sat down with Edward Wasserman, dean of UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism, to discuss the 2016 elections and the future of fact-based journalism.
After taking the Golden Bears to the NCAA tournament seven times in eight years, Gottlieb is the first female NCAA coach to become an NBA assistant coach
A new survey from Crunchbase News shows Berkeley's push to be a leader of innovation is paying off
The new first-of-its-kind accelerator works with entrepreneurs to navigate housing laws and regulations, improve their business plans and find investors.
Survey of 300 stars in search of exoplanets finds that the biggest, Jupiter-size gas giants are found just about where Jupiter is in our own solar system
Reigning American soccer player of the year is pushing hard for pay parity, and she has support from other Cal alums
Seven-figure gift will support transfer students, new locker room
Martha Olney, a teaching professor of economics at UC Berkeley, met her wife, a Baptist pastor, in 1980 as a graduate student. Today, the couple is living fully out and has finally figured out how to hold hands.
Jim Breen, in the College of Chemistry Glass Shop, is one of only about 50 university glassblowers left in the U.S.
Catharine MacKinnon, a feminist legal scholar who pioneered the legal claim for sexual harassment as sex discrimination in employment and education, spoke at a three-day Berkeley Law conference, "The Worldwide #MeToo Movement: Global Resistance to Sexual Harassment and Violence."
Chancellor Carol Christ was one of many featured speakers at the annual Berkeley Communications Conference (BC2)
Constitutional scholar Erwin Chemerinsky recently feels the crisis we're worried about is here
An incomplete social safety net contributes to the problem
For four Berkeley emeriti, D-Day remains a piece of living history