Stanford, UC Berkeley Professors Win Nobel Prize In EconomicsTwo Bay Area professors were named Nobel laureates in economics early Monday by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
UC Berkeley Announces All Spring 2022 Classes Will Be In-Person Regardless of SizeThe University of California, Berkeley announced Monday that in-person classes would be the default mode of instruction for all class sizes beginning in 2022.
Housing Development Approved At Storied People's Park in Berkeley Following Vote By UC RegentsThe controversial plan to build UC student housing in Berkeley's People's Park is moving forward.
UC Berkeley To Launch Dual Satellites On Mission To MarsNASA has greenlighted a mission by the University of California at Berkeley to put two satellites into orbit around Mars, university officials said Monday.
Most U.S Metro Areas More Segregated Than Decades Ago; Interactive Map Illustrates DivideMost of the metropolitan areas of the U.S. are now more racially segregated than they were decades ago, correlating with poorer life outcomes in health, educational attainment, economic mobility, and many other aspects - particularly for people of color, according to University of California, Berkeley researchers.
COVID Schools: UC Berkeley To Start In-Person Fall 2021 Classes On Time; Urge Students To Get VaccinatedThe University of California at Berkeley announced that in-person classes for the Fall 2021 semester will start on time, urging students, staff and faculty to be fully vaccinated before then.
Study: Gun Violence Prevention Program Saves Lives, Money; Provides Model For Police ReformResearchers at the University of California, Berkeley studying a gun violence reduction program found it has helped decrease gun homicides and assaults in several California cities and saved taxpayers millions of dollars while serving as a model for police reform.
UC Berkeley Students' Relocation Plan For Kansas City Royals Selected As Finalist In Urban Challenge ContestFive students at the University of California at Berkeley have come up with a plan to relocate the Kansas City Royals baseball team to downtown Kansas City to create a sprawling incubator to foster local job growth, and increase affordable housing for lower-income neighborhoods.
UC Berkeley Student Envisions Career Helping People Like Herself Achieve Despite ChallengesFor many students, graduating at the top of their high school class, then getting into their dream college is their top goal. But for Keila Audelina Calderón Ordoñez, success means putting her family and community first.
UC Berkeley Removes Kroeber Hall Name From Building Over Namesake's Treatment Of Native AmericansUniversity of California at Berkeley officials on Tuesday stripped another hall of its name, the fourth in a year's time.
UC Berkeley Strips Names From Buildings Named After People Who Held Racist ViewsTwo halls on the University of California at Berkeley campus have had their names removed because the names are associated with people who held racist views, university officials announced Wednesday.
Parents Of Missing UC Berkeley Student Appeal For Help In Newly-Released VideoThe parents of a missing University of California, Berkeley student are pleading for help in finding their daughter in a newly-released video.
UC Berkeley To Begin Spring Semester With Fully Remote LearningSpring semester at the University of California, Berkeley will begin with fully remote learning for at least the first two weeks of the session, the university announced Tuesday.
UC Berkeley Nobel Prize Winner Oliver Williamson DiesUniversity of California-Berkeley professor Oliver Williamson, who won a Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 2009, passed away this week following a period of failing health, the university announced Sunday.
Study Finds Cash Transfers To Poor Have Positive Ripple EffectA new study carried out in rural Kenya shows giving cash to the poor is the best way to help someone break the cycle of poverty; a study that could have implications for action in the Bay Area.