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Stories for April 14, 1999

Distinguished Teaching Awards

Students and Faculty on the Phone To Boost Minority Enrollment at Berkeley

Background to the Tragedy in Kosovo

Campus Opens its Doors on Cal Day, April 17, for Day of Learning and Fun

Dr. Mamphela Aletta Ramphele Is Cal Day Featured Speaker

Dean of Social Welfare Buries Liberal Notions of the Welfare State

More About: A Life Devoted to Art

Cal Traditions 101

Tamara Keith: People's Park Is Melting in the Dark

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Staff Enrichment

Photo of the Week: A Closer Look at Cal Day

Photo: Woman and child using microscope

Hands-on activities for families, including demonstrations of electron microscopes that magnify specimens up to 800,000 times, will be among the many events featured for Cal Day, April 17. The campus open house runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and attracts thousands of visitors from throughout the Bay Area and beyond. Dan Krauss photo.

Top Story: Distinguished Teaching Awards

Distinguished Teaching Awards were given to Anil K. Chopra, civil and environmental engineering; Richard Muller, physics; Oliver M. O'Reilly, mechanical engineering; and John R. Searle, philosophy. (continues)


April 14 - 20 (Volume 27, Number 30)
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