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Integrative Biology graduate student Jeffrey Benca has found that pine trees become temporarily sterile when exposed to ultraviolet radiation. Read more...
February 6, 2018
Three Ph.D. candidates in the College of Letters & Science (Jason Wang, Marta Bryan, and Sivan Ginzburg) have received "Pegasi b" fellowships that will enable them to study extrasolar planets and exoplanets. Read more...
February 1, 2018
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Most of us put up with whiners, naggers, control freaks and other annoying people in our lives for good reason – we’re related to them.
Researchers at UC Berkeley and Bar-Ilan University in Israel sought to understand the reason people don’t just ditch the difficult or demanding people in their families and wider social networks.
January 17, 2018
Third-year L&S Physics graduate student Vetri Velan and nuclear engineering graduate student Kathy Shields were honored by Representative Barbara Lee for their national effort to defeat the recent tax proposal that would have forced graduate students to pay taxes on the value of their education.
January 16, 2018
January 11, 2018
The Office of the Registrar has a list of open classes, called Suggested Classes, for Spring 2018.
It has the latest open, high-interest classes recommended by academic departments.
Check it out today!
Happy Spring 2018!
- The Office of Undergraduate Advising
In Alice Wu's honors thesis, written when she was a UC Berkeley undergraduate, she found and detailed rampant gender stereotyping and misogyny on the popular and anonymous online Economics Jobs Market Rumors (EJMR) forum. Last Friday, she appeared on an all-female panel at the American Economic Associaton's conference that publicly examined gender issues in economics.