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August 27, 2010

Upcoming CNR Events and Deadlines 8/27/10

I. SPUR Info
II. Honors research deadline
III. Transfer Student Mixer
IV. Transfer Students, “How to Find A Lab Research Position” Panel
V. Biology Majors Fair

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Upcoming Events 8/27/10

August 27th 2010
I. CARES Seminar Series
II. Starting Point Mentorship Program
III. Golden Gate Audubon Field Trip Leader
IV. Free Readers from ReUSE
V. ReUSE: 2nd Chance Clothing Sale
VI. Energy Decal (ER 98/198) - 2 Units

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Scholarships 8/27/10

August 27th, 2010

I. IIS Undergraduate Merit Scholarship

I. IIS Undergraduate Merit Scholarship
The Institute of International Studies (http://iis.berkeley.edu/) at UC Berkeley is seeking to award a series of merit scholarships of up to $2000 each to support undergraduate research in any area on international studies.

The application deadline is *October 15, 2010. *

Click here for more information.


Jobs and Internships 8/27/10

August 27, 2010

I. Cal in Local Government
II. Fall 2010 Legislative Internship Opportunity
III. Sierra Club Political Organizing Intern
IV. Pre-PhD training programs at Cal: MARC and IMSD
V. Part Time Environmental Intern
VI. Building Sustainability at Cal
VII. Energy Market Innovations
VIII. Campus Custodial Communications Intern
VIIII. 4 job opportunities at Point Richmond
X. StopWaste Business Partnership
XI. SF Environmental Job Opportunities
XII. Sierra Institute

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August 12, 2010

In Memory of Arnold Zellner

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Dr. Arnold Zellner, ARE adjunct professor, passed away on Tuesday August 10, 2010 . He was one of the great thinkers of our times, a wonderful person, and a major contributor to our department. He will be greatly missed.

Dr. Arnold Zellner was born on January 2, 1927 in Brooklyn, New York to Ukranian
immigrants, Dora Kleiman Zellner and Israel (Sam) Zellner, who, along with a loving
Grandmother, reared Arnold, and his older brother Norman, with a great appreciation for
the American freedoms and opportunities denied to citizens of their native country.

Arnold attended Harvard University on a scholarship, earning a Bachelors degree in
Physics in 1949. Upon completing his tour of duty in the Army, he used his GI Bill
benefits to attend the University of California, Berkley and earned a Ph.D. in Economics
in 1957.

He held appointments in the Department of Economics at the University of
Washington (1955-1960) and the University of Wisconsin (1961-1966) before accepting
an appointment as the H.G.B. Alexander Professor of Economics and Statistics at the
University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business (1966-1996).

Since retiring in 1996 from the University of Chicago, he has been a frequent lecturer throughout the world and a frequent visiting professor in the Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics at his alma mater, the University of California, Berkeley.

To Read Arnold Zellner's Interview with Kathy Morrissey in 2004 Click Here

Here are some memorable pictures of Dr. Arnold Zellner

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