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News & Updates
Elena Castaneda Gomez ’91 is a proven business leader who surmounted significant challenges as a first-generation college student to become a leading financial executive.
Meet the 2022 – 2023 Recipients of The Achievement Award Program (TAAP)
The Achievement Award Program supports high-achieving, community-minded, low-income and first-generation college students in their pursuit of a Berkeley education. The Cal Alumni Association (CAA) congratulates all 22 members of our incoming 2022 – 2023 Alumni Scholar cohort.
Letter from the President: Fall 2022
I began my service as president of the Cal Alumni Association (CAA) during a period of global change. External factors—global health and economic crises, boiling-point tensions in this nation, and more—loomed over us. In response, alumni rallied to new ways of connecting with, and caring for, one another. As we emerge from what seems an interminable hibernation, I am energized to move forward toward all that lies ahead for Berkeley.
What Does the Post-Roe Future Look Like?
On June 24, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, reversing 49 years of constitutional protection for abortion.
Tackling the Teen Sleep Crisis
Five questions with Lisa L. Lewis '89, Author of The Sleep-Deprived Teen
The Man Who Loved DDT
Berkeley biochemist Tom Jukes was an ardent conservationist and life member of the Sierra Club, but he just didn’t get 1960s environmentalism. The thing that bugged him most about the movement was its “emotional binge” against the pesticide DDT.
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