The Berkeleyan: This week on campusCampus scene: Boys and bikes
APRIL 30, 2013
Alexa Koenig Alexa Koenig, who is finishing up her dissertation as she settles into her role as executive director of the Human Rights Center, is plunging deeply into the center's  work in war-torn regions all over the globe.

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Minh Dang Graduate student Minh Dang, whose courageous personal story prompted her work fighting the commercial sexual exploitation of children and launched her into the national spotlight, has been named a White House Champion of Change. 

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Chancellor Birgeneau In an interview with NBC11, Robert Birgeneau talks access and excellence, Dreamers, and how, despite severe state funding cuts during his time as UC Berkeley chancellor, "we still spend our money, as we should, like a public university."

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Fourteen individuals, six teams win chancellor's top honor for staff.

Two core faculty in Blum Center's global-poverty minor will design a new course.

Berkeley Law student inspired by his personal history.

Architect Nicholas de Monchaux selected in national competition.

Berkeley now has 234 members of the  American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

School of Public Health program invites community collaboration. 

Berkeley team helps create animated sticker set available as phone app.

Lester Center for Entrepreneurship at Haas holds 15th annual contest. 
Work begins to try to answer that fundamental question.

Seismologists detect continent-wide "seismic wiggles" from massive East Coast waves.

Center for Green Chemistry's Megan Schwartzman gives tips in audio interview. 
Video, podcast and photos capture author's CLAS-sponsored visit.  
Undergraduate competes in prestigious golf tournament.

Students with disabilities get moving in new RSF program. 

Graduate student instructors mentor and train, while learning themselves.

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