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Past Events

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Intersectional Gathering for Latinx, LGBTQ+ Staff, & Allies

Oct 13, 2020, 12:00PM to 1:00PM PDT
Topic Intersectional Gathering for Latinx LGBTQ+ Staff and Allies Description This gathering will celebrate the contributions of Latinx lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer + identified leaders and change makers. Participants will also connect with colleagues from across the campus through breakout sessions and activities. Allies are welcome. Screen reader support enabled. This gathering will celebrate the contributions of Latinx lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer + identified leaders and change makers. Participants will also connect with colleagues from across the...Read more
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43rd Annual College Information Day

Oct 10, 2020, 8:30AM to 1:00PM PDT
(Tentative Virtual Program Only) Meet college representatives and attend virtual workshops to learn about the college preparation and application process! For more information, please visit the East Bay Consortium website at www.eastbayconsortium.org or contact us at info [at] eastbayconsortium.orgRead more
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CEP & OUA College Access Symposium 2020

Oct 08, 2020, 9:00AM PDT
Please join us! CEP & OUA College Access Symposium October 8, 2020. 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM. Registration fee $50. Registration now open! Please share widely with your colleagues and other college access warriors. We are taking the Symposium online for a day of campus connection: Get updates on UC Berkeley Admissions from Assistant Vice Chancellor Femi Ogundele Participate in interactive sessions on PIQ development and Q&As with seasoned admissions evaluators Go behind the scenes with info on the admissions process and tips to assist your students Share best practices with colleagues in...Read more
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BIPOC & White supremacy in the Workplace

Sep 23, 2020, 12:00PM to 1:00PM PDT
Topic BIPOC and white supremacy in the workplace Developing our own Analysis Tool Description Presenter: Patricia Juarez Target Audience: UC Staff UCB affiliation Business Systems Analyst. IST- Enterprise Applications. OCIO/IST Action Team. Community affiliation Calpulli Huey Papalotl. Mexica dance and cultural circle Calmecac Huey Papalotl, Calmecac Tlalocan. Náhuatl Higher Ed Institutions Event Description: The normalization of a certain pattern of behaviors that have negatively affected the society as a whole but that especially have literally devastated BIPOC communities is so blatantly...Read more
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UC Berkeley New Student Welcome Night

Aug 25, 2020, 8:00PM to 9:00PM PDT
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Berkeley Conversation: Race, law, and health policy

Jul 02, 2020, 12:00PM PDT
UC Berkeley experts talk about the impact of structural racism on law and health policies related to communities of color. As the country moves toward reopening — and with it some sense of “normalcy” — UC Berkeley researchers said simply returning to normal isn’t enough. Rather, they said, dismantling structural racism must be part of any reopening strategy. During a livestreamed Berkeley Conversations event, “Race, Law, and Health Policy,” on Monday, June 29, the panelists underscored that dismantling structural racism within America’s healthcare system — and tackling anti-Black racism — is...Read more
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Structural Racism and COVID19: The Political Divide, Re-Opening the Society and Health Impacts on People of Color

Jun 26, 2020, 12:00PM PDT
By Marc Abizeid | JUNE 26, 2020 UC Berkeley panelists discuss racial justice, and the impact of COVID-19 on people of color. (UC Berkeley video) At a time when the pandemic is being politicized, a panel of UC Berkeley scholars called on Friday for bridging among different social and racial groups to help recognize their common interests and to emerge from COVID-19 more unified. During the livestreamed Berkeley Conversations event, “Structural Racism and COVID19: The Political Divide, Re-Opening the Society and Health Impacts on People of Color,” the panelists urged public health officials and...Read more
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Fall Semester Planning: Overview from the Chancellor and Provost

Jun 18, 2020, 12:00PM PDT
Chancellor Christ and EVC and Provost Paul Alivisatos answered questions and discussed fall semester plans for campus instruction and operations.Read more
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Cal Pride

Jun 01, 2020, 12:00PM PDT to Jun 30, 2020, 12:00AM PDT
Message from Oscar Dubón, Vice-Chancellor, Equity & Inclusion and Jo Mackness, Interim Assistant Vice Chancellor, Human Resources Dear Colleagues and friends, Here in California, the Bay Area has been at the heart of LGBTQ rights for decades. Harvey Milk, elected to San Francisco’s board of supervisors in 1977, was the first openly gay elected official in California, opening the door to many others. Our state was the first in the country to recognize an official caucus of openly-LGBT state legislators(link is external) ; today there are eight members working in Sacramento to further the...Read more
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Cal Week 2020!

Apr 18, 2020, 8:30AM PDT to Apr 24, 2020, 8:00PM PDT
What is Cal Week? Berkeley’s virtual open house invites newly-admitted undergraduate students and their families to explore campus, discover resources to help them thrive, and meet members of the community—completely online. We wish to thank you for adapting with Berkeley as we shift our welcome events from in-person to virtual experiences. While we navigate unprecedented times, our staff continues to prioritize the needs and wellbeing of all students in the community, including newly-admitted students and those impacted by recent events. You are Berkeley, and we are here to support you. That...Read more