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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

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On Monday, the University of California Board of Regents had their final special committee meeting on Innovation Transfer and Entrepreneurship.
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On Monday, the University of California Board of Regents had their final special committee meeting on Innovation Transfer and Entrepreneurship.
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As of March 2023, UC Berkeley has joined the university’s open access agreement with Wiley Publishing.
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As of March 2023, UC Berkeley has joined the university’s open access agreement with Wiley Publishing.
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The UC Transfer Admission Guarantee program, or TAG, guarantees California community college students entry into participating university schools if they satisfy all admission requirements. Currently, the Davis, Irvine, Merced, Riverside, Santa Cruz and Santa Barbara campuses participate in the program.
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The UC Transfer Admission Guarantee program, or TAG, guarantees California community college students entry into participating university schools if they satisfy all admission requirements. Currently, the Davis, Irvine, Merced, Riverside, Santa Cruz and Santa Barbara campuses participate in the program.
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ASUC senators discussed upcoming projects with campus administration and passed new resolutions at the weekly Senate meeting Wednesday.
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ASUC senators discussed upcoming projects with campus administration and passed new resolutions at the weekly Senate meeting Wednesday.
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The university now requires students to take 18 units of the 180 units required to graduate in person to get their degree, according to Melanie Cocco, chair of the University Committee on Educational Policy.
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The university now requires students to take 18 units of the 180 units required to graduate in person to get their degree, according to Melanie Cocco, chair of the University Committee on Educational Policy.
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After six weeks of striking, academic employees represented by United Auto Workers, or UAW, 2865 and SRU-UAW voted to ratify the tentative agreements with the University of California on Friday — bringing an end to the largest academic workers strike in U.S. history. 
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After six weeks of striking, academic employees represented by United Auto Workers, or UAW, 2865 and SRU-UAW voted to ratify the tentative agreements with the University of California on Friday — bringing an end to the largest academic workers strike in U.S. history. 
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With the academic worker strike at the University of California now in its fifth week, national union members and labor experts predict wide-ranging impacts on the landscape of higher education.
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With the academic worker strike at the University of California now in its fifth week, national union members and labor experts predict wide-ranging impacts on the landscape of higher education.
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Five Cal players will step out onto their home courts Friday to fight to qualify for the Battle in the Bay tournament held in San Francisco next weekend.
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Five Cal players will step out onto their home courts Friday to fight to qualify for the Battle in the Bay tournament held in San Francisco next weekend.
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Karen Nielson resigned from her position as director of UC Berkeley’s Disabled Students' Program, or DSP, Wednesday, and will be moving to work at UC Santa Cruz as director of its Disability Resource Center. 
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Karen Nielson resigned from her position as director of UC Berkeley’s Disabled Students' Program, or DSP, Wednesday, and will be moving to work at UC Santa Cruz as director of its Disability Resource Center. 
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The UC Board of Regents kicked off its second day of meetings Wednesday on UCLA’s campus to discuss topics concerning academic affairs, governance, equity and public engagement.
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The UC Board of Regents kicked off its second day of meetings Wednesday on UCLA’s campus to discuss topics concerning academic affairs, governance, equity and public engagement.
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