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APRIL 21, 2015
Gustavo Dudamel Berkeley RADICAL, a new initiative to promote artistic literacy among the millennial generation, is driving Cal Performances' 2015-16 season, which starts with a weeklong residency by conductor Gustavo Dudamel and the Simón Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela.

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BANDALOOP on Campanile
Craning their necks skyward, Cal Day visitors to UC Berkeley took in a once-in-a-century sight, as the vertical dance group BANDALOOP turned the heights of the Campanile into their dance floor. Their performance was just one of hundreds of events that drew thousands to Berkeley for the annual open house. A video and social media feed tell the story.  

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Shannon Jackson
Longtime professor Shannon Jackson has been named UC Berkeley's first associate vice chancellor of arts and design, a role that will be pivotal in revitalizing the campus's commitment to the arts. In her new role, Jackson will be charged with leading the effort to foster a creative ethos accessible to all students.  

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California models underestimate carbon emissions from these sources.

Carbon dioxide conversion could prove a boon to the environment.

Brenda Eskanazi's CHAMACOS study shows how pesticide exposure harms children.

Alumnus, investor supports faculty researching data science, software with commercial potential. 
Students celebrate Indian holiday in a festival of color.

Third win in a row in zero-waste challenge.

School of Public Health's Lee Riley explains research.

Professor of molecular and cell biology among "100 most influential."

Professor John Searle talks about perception on KQED's Forum.

Burmese photographer, former visiting scholar, a Goldman Prize winner.

Haas brings Nobel winner to appear at I-House on April 29.

Program helps athletes cross the finish line to graduation.

New partnership takes lead in understanding popular funding model.

Haas Institute's Stephen Menendian on the effects of "othering."

IGS scholar Thomas Mann finds ideas in  longtime congressman's memoir.  
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