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Google's Schmidt urges Cal grads to be positive  More than 3,000 newly minted UC Berkeley graduates got their diplomas at the Edwards Track Stadium Obama tapping Berkeley economist Romer
Facebook exec Sandberg urges graduates to build resilience  COO Sheryl Sandberg encouraged graduating seniors at the University of California, Berkeley to persevere in life's challenging times Two UC Berkeley grad students file discrimination complaint with state


year 2016 Top ^

May.14
Apr.11
  2 students took their allegations that a professor sexually harassed them to the state agency that investigates discrimination claims


year 2012 Top ^

May.12


year 2008 Top ^

Nov.24
  Obama turned to an authority on the Great Depression for his economic team today, tapping Christina Romer to head Council of Economic Advisers



year 2006 Top ^

Aug.20
  Custodians at staged a noisy protest as freshman and returning upper classman started moving into the dorms


year 2005 Top ^

Dec.15   Google, Microsoft and Sun to fund lab
  $7.5 million donated for a new computer science lab to make easier for Internet entrepreneurs to test their ideas Jun.13 UC Clerical Workers Go On Strike  Hundreds of workers are hitting the picket lines, prompted by the state's budget cuts Jan.20 Regents approved land use plan  The Regents of the UC unanimously approved a land use plan for the campus

year 2004 Top ^

Oct.1 Bill Gates praises boom in China, India
  Microsoft Chairman weighed in on outsourcing during a speech at the University of California Mar.10 Carpenter & Co. to develop hotel  UC has named S.F. developer for a hotel and convention center that would be built near campus

year 2003 Top ^

Feb.26 UC workers protest employment practices  18,000 clerical workers have been without a union contract for 2 years

year 2002 Top ^

Aug.28 Lecturers walked off job
  The lecturers joined hundreds of clerical workers Wednesday in protest of failure to bargain in good faith
Aug.26 Strike coincides with first day of classes
  Hundreds of clerical workers walked off the job and picketed at more than 20 locations around the sprawling campus Aug.23 Every new student has housing  This school year all freshmen who chose to live in a residence hall have a bed Aug.22 Union march  Hundreds of lecturers and clerical workers press their demands for better pay May.24 UC and nurses union reach agreement  UCSF: The state's largest nurses union, representing 8,000 registered nurses, withdrew the threat of a planned one-day strike May.15 Nurses strike at University of California  Registered nurses at medical centers and student health centers will hold a one-day strike on May 29 Feb.18 US high-tech security adviser speaks  Richard Clarke said tech industry should work harder to stop cyberterrorists and US shouldn't underestimate its enemies Jan.15 University laying off 24 employees  The extension program is laying off because of decline in enrollment revenue

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.20 Former publisher to teach  Jay T. Harris, 53, the former chairman and publisher of the SJ Mercury News, was appointed at the School of Journalism Nov.9 Intel sets up R&D lab near UC  Company hiring David Culler, a Cal computer science professor, to run lab

year 2000 Top ^

Mar.16   Private $25 Million Dorm Proposed
  A free bicycle for every resident, a computerized learning center with professional tutors, a fitness center and a lounge



    
    

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Two UC Berkeley grad students file discrimination complaint with state




UC Berkeley, Business Business Lawsuit Timeline ... See Bay Area Business Lawsuit timeline, World Business Lawsuit timeline Top ^
2016
Apr.11
  2 students took their allegations that a professor sexually harassed them to the state agency that investigates discrimination claims




UC Berkeley, Business Business Leaders Timeline ... See Bay Area Business Leaders timeline, World Business Leaders timeline Top ^
2016 May.14 Facebook exec Sandberg urges graduates to build resilience
  COO Sheryl Sandberg encouraged graduating seniors at the University of California, Berkeley to persevere in life's challenging times 2012 May.12 Google's Schmidt urges Cal grads to be positive
  More than 3,000 newly minted UC Berkeley graduates got their diplomas at the Edwards Track Stadium 2008 Nov.24 Obama tapping Berkeley economist Romer
  Obama turned to an authority on the Great Depression for his economic team today, tapping Christina Romer to head Council of Economic Advisers
2004 Oct.1 Bill Gates praises boom in China, India
  Microsoft Chairman weighed in on outsourcing during a speech at the University of California



UC Berkeley, Business Real Estate Timeline ... See Bay Area Real Estate timeline, World Real Estate timeline Top ^
2002 Aug.23 Every new student has housing  This school year all freshmen who chose to live in a residence hall have a bed 2000 Mar.16   Private $25 Million Dorm Proposed
  A free bicycle for every resident, a computerized learning center with professional tutors, a fitness center and a lounge




UC Berkeley, Business Commercial Real Estate Timeline ... See Bay Area Commercial Real Estate timeline, World Commercial Real Estate timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.20 Regents approved land use plan  The Regents of the UC unanimously approved a land use plan for the campus 2004 Mar.10 Carpenter & Co. to develop hotel  UC has named S.F. developer for a hotel and convention center that would be built near campus



UC Berkeley, Business Labor Conflict Timeline ... See Bay Area Labor Conflict timeline, World Labor Conflict timeline Top ^
2006 Aug.20 Labor Protesters Greet Students
  Custodians at staged a noisy protest as freshman and returning upper classman started moving into the dorms
2005 Jun.13 UC Clerical Workers Go On Strike  Hundreds of workers are hitting the picket lines, prompted by the state's budget cuts 2003 Feb.26 UC workers protest employment practices  18,000 clerical workers have been without a union contract for 2 years 2002 Aug.28 Lecturers walked off job
  The lecturers joined hundreds of clerical workers Wednesday in protest of failure to bargain in good faith
Aug.26 Strike coincides with first day of classes  Hundreds of clerical workers walked off the job and picketed at more than 20 locations around the sprawling campus Aug.22 Union march  Hundreds of lecturers and clerical workers press their demands for better pay May.24 UC and nurses union reach agreement  UCSF: The state's largest nurses union, representing 8,000 registered nurses, withdrew the threat of a planned one-day strike May.15 Nurses strike at University of California  Registered nurses at medical centers and student health centers will hold a one-day strike on May 29



UC Berkeley, Business Media Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Media Business timeline, World Media Business timeline Top ^
2001 Dec.20 Former publisher to teach  Jay T. Harris, 53, the former chairman and publisher of the SJ Mercury News, was appointed at the School of Journalism



UC Berkeley, Business Job Cut Timeline ... See Bay Area Job Cut timeline, World Job Cut timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.15 University laying off 24 employees  The extension program is laying off because of decline in enrollment revenue



UC Berkeley, Business High Tech Business Timeline ... See Bay Area High Tech Business timeline, World High Tech Business timeline Top ^
2005 Dec.15   Google, Microsoft and Sun to fund lab  $7.5 million donated for a new computer science lab to make easier for Internet entrepreneurs to test their ideas 2002 Feb.18 US high-tech security adviser speaks  Richard Clarke said tech industry should work harder to stop cyberterrorists and US shouldn't underestimate its enemies 2001 Nov.9 Intel sets up R&D lab near UC  Company hiring David Culler, a Cal computer science professor, to run lab