BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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‘A fairer playing field’: Researchers call for equalized postdoctoral salaries

Looking to start a larger conversation about the difficulties of budgeting for postdoc labor, Shyam Dwaraknath took to Twitter Saturday to share his experience as a former research scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab.

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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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Seven UC Berkeley graduate students, out of 83 total recipients, have been selected for the 2023 Siebel Scholars award. 
Seven UC Berkeley graduate students, out of 83 total recipients, have been selected for the 2023 Siebel Scholars award. 
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Berkeley Forum’s panel on Data Privacy and Ownership explored data privacy concerns on Sept. 22 as their first panel event of the semester.
Berkeley Forum’s panel on Data Privacy and Ownership explored data privacy concerns on Sept. 22 as their first panel event of the semester.
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Looking to start a larger conversation about the difficulties of budgeting for postdoc labor, Shyam Dwaraknath took to Twitter Saturday to share his experience as a former research scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab.
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Looking to start a larger conversation about the difficulties of budgeting for postdoc labor, Shyam Dwaraknath took to Twitter Saturday to share his experience as a former research scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, or Berkeley Lab.
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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.
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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.
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Seven UC Berkeley graduate students, out of 83 total recipients, have been selected for the 2023 Siebel Scholars award. 
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Seven UC Berkeley graduate students, out of 83 total recipients, have been selected for the 2023 Siebel Scholars award. 
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Berkeley Forum’s panel on Data Privacy and Ownership explored data privacy concerns on Sept. 22 as their first panel event of the semester.
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Berkeley Forum’s panel on Data Privacy and Ownership explored data privacy concerns on Sept. 22 as their first panel event of the semester.
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UC Berkeley researchers published a recent study that revealed the high price of utility bills in California has created an inequitable electricity “tax” on millions of households.
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UC Berkeley researchers published a recent study that revealed the high price of utility bills in California has created an inequitable electricity “tax” on millions of households.
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The League of Women Voters of Berkeley Albany Emeryville hosted a candidacy forum Thursday for Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board candidates.
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The League of Women Voters of Berkeley Albany Emeryville hosted a candidacy forum Thursday for Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board candidates.
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Dan Bouk, an associate professor of history at Colgate University, underscored the importance of the U.S. census in a guest lecture hosted by UC Berkeley School of Information Wednesday. 
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Dan Bouk, an associate professor of history at Colgate University, underscored the importance of the U.S. census in a guest lecture hosted by UC Berkeley School of Information Wednesday. 
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According to the National Park Service, UC Berkeley has the largest collection of Native American cultural artifact and human remains in the country with more than 9,000 ancestors and more than 113,000 cultural objects.
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According to the National Park Service, UC Berkeley has the largest collection of Native American cultural artifact and human remains in the country with more than 9,000 ancestors and more than 113,000 cultural objects.
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The UC Berkeley Filipino language program was awarded with the Kampeon ng Wika Award, or Champions of Language Award, by the Philippine National Commission on the Filipino Language for their contributions in advancing and promoting the Filipino language.
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The UC Berkeley Filipino language program was awarded with the Kampeon ng Wika Award, or Champions of Language Award, by the Philippine National Commission on the Filipino Language for their contributions in advancing and promoting the Filipino language.
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A study from researchers at UC Berkeley and Virginia Tech found high levels of arsenic in many low-income communities in the Central Valley. 
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A study from researchers at UC Berkeley and Virginia Tech found high levels of arsenic in many low-income communities in the Central Valley. 
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