University of California Berkeley

University of California Berkeley  
Administration - Feb 15
California's lieutenant governor, Eleni Kounalakis, hasn't been a student at UC Berkeley since she graduated from the Haas School of Business in 1992. But returning to campus for four hours on Friday, she said she felt the same Berkeley electricity she's come to adore.
Law - Feb 14

"I don't mind a little turmoil, I have to tell you. I didn't then, and I don't now." That, in two short sentences, tells you pretty much everything you need to know about Richard Buxbaum, lawyer and activist.

Transport - Feb 13

As programs manager for Bike Bakersfield, a nonprofit bicycle advocacy coalition in Southern California, Asha Chandy hears scary stories all the time about bike collisions and near misses.

Religions - Feb 12

Name: Ronit Stahl - Degrees: B.A.

Business - Feb 11

In the run-up to the 2020 presidential election, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is counting on Americans being captivated by her push for additional taxes on the richest people in the country.

Environment - Feb 8

A group of UC Berkeley faculty and administrators led by Chancellor Carol Christ took part in the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, recently and came home as part of a new grouping of top world universities dedicated to combating climate change.

Careers - Feb 14

The Humans of New York street portrait series transformed how people view everyday New Yorkers. Teachers of Oakland founder Om Chitale, MBA 18, is hoping his startup will do the same for teachers.

Business - Feb 12

When Caitlin Rosenthal worked for McKinsey and Company, a management consulting firm, she regularly thought about issues like turnover, productivity analysis, workforce planning and depreciation.

Innovation - Feb 12

Name: Matthew DeJong - Degrees: B.S., civil engineering, University of California, Davis, 2001; M.S., civil engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2005; Ph.D., building technology: structures, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009 Research interests: My research is primarily on earthquake engineering and monitoring and modeling of civil infrastructure.

Careers - Feb 8

Not many have accused ever-blue California with sharing red state values. But red or blue, education is one of those issues where a majority agree that more is better.

Life Sciences - Feb 8

Patent involved in interference proceedings will add to university's gene-editing portfolio.

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