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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 26, 2022

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Catherine Wolfram, UC Berkeley Haas School of Business associate dean for academic affairs, has been appointed as the deputy assistant secretary for climate and energy economics at the United States Department of the Treasury.
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Catherine Wolfram, UC Berkeley Haas School of Business associate dean for academic affairs, has been appointed as the deputy assistant secretary for climate and energy economics at the United States Department of the Treasury.
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President Joe Biden invoked a partnership between Johnson & Johnson and its pharmaceutical competitor, Merck, to expedite vaccine production and distribution.
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President Joe Biden invoked a partnership between Johnson & Johnson and its pharmaceutical competitor, Merck, to expedite vaccine production and distribution.
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Following the historic confirmation of Haas School of Business professor emerita Janet Yellen last month, the U.S. Senate confirmed former Goldman School of Public Policy professor Jennifer Granholm as the U.S. Secretary of Energy on Thursday.
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Following the historic confirmation of Haas School of Business professor emerita Janet Yellen last month, the U.S. Senate confirmed former Goldman School of Public Policy professor Jennifer Granholm as the U.S. Secretary of Energy on Thursday.
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In a historic moment breaking national gender barriers, the Senate confirmed Haas School of Business professor emerita Janet Yellen to be treasury secretary Monday.
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In a historic moment breaking national gender barriers, the Senate confirmed Haas School of Business professor emerita Janet Yellen to be treasury secretary Monday.
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UC Berkeley students and city officials universally expressed disgust and shock in the wake of a violent insurrection that took place when President Donald Trump’s supporters mobbed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
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UC Berkeley students and city officials universally expressed disgust and shock in the wake of a violent insurrection that took place when President Donald Trump’s supporters mobbed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday that CVS and Walgreens will administer the Pfizer vaccine to state residents and staff in long-term care facilities under the federal COVID-19 Pharmacy Partnership.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday that CVS and Walgreens will administer the Pfizer vaccine to state residents and staff in long-term care facilities under the federal COVID-19 Pharmacy Partnership.
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During a time when mask-wearing and business closures have become emblematic of the pandemic, California’s daily COVID-19 cases per capita are surpassing other states.
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During a time when mask-wearing and business closures have become emblematic of the pandemic, California’s daily COVID-19 cases per capita are surpassing other states.
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Five west coast student organizations joined the University of California Student Association, or UCSA, in sending a letter to the Biden-Harris administration’s higher education team Monday.
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Five west coast student organizations joined the University of California Student Association, or UCSA, in sending a letter to the Biden-Harris administration’s higher education team Monday.
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced an extension of the forbearance period and a pause in interest accrual on federal student loans Friday.
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced an extension of the forbearance period and a pause in interest accrual on federal student loans Friday.
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Health officials worry there will be a severe shortage of blood donations this winter due to closures and cancellations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a UC Office of the President, or UCOP, press release.
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Health officials worry there will be a severe shortage of blood donations this winter due to closures and cancellations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a UC Office of the President, or UCOP, press release.
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