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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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As national conversations around race continue, Black students and faculty members at UC Berkeley are bringing attention to issues the Black community faces, including isolation, frustration and impostor syndrome.
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As national conversations around race continue, Black students and faculty members at UC Berkeley are bringing attention to issues the Black community faces, including isolation, frustration and impostor syndrome.
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Chancellor Carol Christ released a statement on Monday titled “Plans to Advance Faculty Diversity,” to share information about future plans and present efforts to increase the diversity of UC Berkeley’s faculty.
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Chancellor Carol Christ released a statement on Monday titled “Plans to Advance Faculty Diversity,” to share information about future plans and present efforts to increase the diversity of UC Berkeley’s faculty.
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Herbicide-Free Cal hosted a panel discussion about the effects of herbicides, with speakers including Dewayne “Lee” Johnson, the plaintiff in the recent Johnson v. Monsanto lawsuit, Wednesday evening.
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Herbicide-Free Cal hosted a panel discussion about the effects of herbicides, with speakers including Dewayne “Lee” Johnson, the plaintiff in the recent Johnson v. Monsanto lawsuit, Wednesday evening.
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Until recently, professor Tyrone Hayes was the only faculty member of color in the UC Berkeley integrative biology department — for nearly 30 years.
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Until recently, professor Tyrone Hayes was the only faculty member of color in the UC Berkeley integrative biology department — for nearly 30 years.
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Tyrone Hayes, a UC Berkeley professor who has been a longtime vocal critic of a common herbicide atrazine, is facing potential obstacles in his research due to a recent notification from the campus that his lab is running a deficit.
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Tyrone Hayes, a UC Berkeley professor who has been a longtime vocal critic of a common herbicide atrazine, is facing potential obstacles in his research due to a recent notification from the campus that his lab is running a deficit.
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