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Forum to Examine Proposed Community Service Requirements

Posted November 3, 1999

The university community is invited to offer input on a proposed community service requirement for graduation at a forum Thursday, Nov. 11.

Scheduled from 3 to 5 p.m., the event will be held in the Maude Fife Room, 315 Wheeler Hall.

Governor Gray Davis formally asked the University of California to begin working with California State University and California Community Colleges toward the development of a community service requirement for graduation.

The forum will provide an overview of the proposed requirement and a summary of current service and service-learning activities at Berkeley. A panel of employees and students will comment on the proposal, and guests will be invited to participate in an open discussion.

For information, call 642-7213. The event is sponsored by the Office of the ASUC Academic Affairs Vice President, the Berkeley Division of the Academic Senate and the Office of Public Affairs.



November 3 - 9, 1999 (Volume 28, Number 13)
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