The Berkeleyan: This week on campus
JANUARY 25, 2011
Alvin Ailey dancers Spring semester at Berkeley is packed with rare treats for fans of the performing arts. Among the not-to-miss are the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Royal Danish Ballet and a four-day music festival - Ojai North! The season's notable events include, as well, a retrospective of the work of sculptor Eva Hesse and a visit by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

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John Wilton Taking over Berkeley's finances at a critical time for the campus, economist and senior manager John Wilton brings nearly 25 years' experience with the World Bank. "Given the state of California's economy and UC's severe budget crisis, we are thrilled that John, with his vast experience in finance, economics and managing highly complex, large organizations, will guide us through these difficult times," said Chancellor Robert Birgeneau in announcing Wilton's appointment as Berkeley's new chief administrative officer.

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Jennifer Granholm, husband team up to lead interdisciplinary courses.
  Look for insights and reactions Wednesday morning on the Berkeley Blog.
U. of Indonesia ranks 100 for their commitment to sustainability.
Access is in jeopardy, president warns.
Research supports arguments for disclosure of climate-related actions.
  Lab development holds promise for solar energy, other technologies.
Longtime Public Health librarian. Investigative-reporting benefactor.
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Tang Center program offers lifestyle improvements via email.
Series of 12 hourlong sessions explore, explain American culture, politics, language.
Registration is open now.
James Berger honored.

Claire Kramsch is a second-time winner. Professor's unique approach.

Grad student will document Burmese immigrants in Buffalo.
Author to speak Feb. 10-11.
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