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See old friends, make new ones, and join the fun at our CNR Homecoming!
Each year, CNR Homecoming events will be announced at the start of the fall semester.
Service shutoffs and poisoned water are the tip of the proverbial iceberg in what continues to ail Michigan's marjority Black and urban communities.
Changing climates in California and decades of well-intentioned practices are leading to larger and more intense fires across the state.
CNR parents are invited to join CNR's new dean, David Ackerly, at this light breakfast. A Q&A will follow with Dean Ackerly and representatives from CNR’s office of instruction and student affairs.
Limited capacity on a first-come, first served basis.
After nearly three decades at the forefront of #forensics, Steven B. Lee, PhD ‘99, can speak with authority about w… https://t.co/Oekh7fh64H
The Institute for Parks, People & Biodiversity has played an integral role in advising Chinese officials as they pr… https://t.co/0V9Bgdf2sz
@ERGBerkeley professor @dan_kammen, along with @BorensteinS, the faculty director @energyathaas, weighed in on pres… https://t.co/W9n4kDSnJc
RT @PMB_Berkeley: Graduate student Cat Adams' work on the Unconscious Bias Project (@UBP_STEM), a project founded by Adams in 2017, was fea…
Power outages, like those during California's recent #wildfires, may become more frequent. On @energyathaas blog, C… https://t.co/JaLBMnCSmM