The Berkeleyan: This week on campus
MAY 24, 2011
Students walk through Sather Gate Once again, enrollment for summer school at Berkeley is projected to be a record-breaker. More than 15,000 students,  including more than 2,700 international scholars, are expected to sign up for classes and, in the case of incoming freshmen, get a head start on their peers who are arriving in the fall.

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Two graduations
Babies & toddlers & diplomas, oh my

At the School of Public Health: With her 6-month-old   

twins, Thomas and Camille, sharing the spotlight, Mi-Suk Kang Dufour received her Ph.D. in epidemiology at Saturday's Public Health commencement. Placing the doctoral hood over her head is Alan Hubbard, associate professor of biostatistics. (Peg Skorpinski photo)

At University Preschool:
Friday's ceremony at the Harold E. Jones Child Study Center's University Preschool honored Berkeley's youngest grads: nearly two dozen giggling, squirming 4- and 5-year-olds, who received a scroll signed by classmates, a flower and a teacher's hug.

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Chancellor's award goes to GSE professor, associate dean.

Green Star honor for architecture professor's post-disaster reconstruction efforts.

Distinguished contributions in the field of accounting win recognition.

Students win awards for excellence.

Ashok Gadgil shares award for low-cost UV water purifier now used in 10 countries.

Move reflects spike of jobs in the field.

Jonathan Stein studies policy, law.

Summerfest, the staff thank-you, is June 8.

Obit: Nicolas Riasanovsky

Authority on Russian history.

UC's percentage is rising too; changes kick in July 1.

Class of '12 member wants to give a voice to his native San Joaquin Valley.

Third time is the charm for district court's second Asian American jurist.

Law dean, faculty protest Liu vote

Berkeley team involved in tracking family of rare Pacific fishers in Yosemite.  

"Discoveries touch lives all over California and the world."  CFO Kevin Smith takes post July 1. 
Joint Berkeley-UCLA research outlines new resource strategy.
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