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Graduation Rates Hit All-Time High

Biotechnology Luminaries Reflect on the Industry at 25

Memorial for the Late Glenn Seaborg Set for March 27 in Zellerbach Auditorium

Schekman to Deliver March 31 Faculty Research Lecture

April 17: Hold the Date for Cal Day!

Business Class Pits 66 Berkeley Students Against Stanford Rivals in E-mail Negotiations

Y2K Worries? Help Is on the Way at

Gender Apartheid Under Afghanistan's Taliban

Staff Profile: Joan Parker Looks Back on 40 Years of Women's Sports at Berkeley

More About: Taking an Artistic Journey Through Iranian History

Berdahl Airs Work/Life Issues With Bay Area Employers

EEOC Official Discusses the Post-209 Era

Photo: In-Line Skating 101

Photo: It Happens Every Spring

Celebrating Black History

NPR Biotechnology Broadcast Features Three Berkeley Faculty

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Posted March 17, 1999


Eat Smart, Get Fit: A Lifestyle Management Program
Tuesdays starting March 30, 12:10-1 p.m.

This eight-week class will address eating behavior, exercise, stress management and more. The $40 fee includes phone consultations and office hours with a nutritionist. For information or to enroll call 643-4646.

Earthquake Preparedness at Work and at Home
April 7, 11 a.m.-noon

Learn simple techniques to reduce fire and earthquake hazards in your office and home. Find out how to prepare your family for an emergency. Discover the essentials for your emergency kit. Learn about the campus plans to "Get Ready." To enroll, call the Office of Emergency Preparedness at 642-9036.

Dancing for Fitness Series: Line Dancing
April 9, Noon - 1 p.m., Hearst Gym 220

No enrollment necessary.

For information on health-related workshops and events for faculty and staff, see

For information or to enroll call 643-7754.

On Parenting: A Brown-Bag Series for Parents -- Parenting Teenagers
March 29, 12:10-1:30 p.m.

Michael Riera, a licensed psychologist and featured columnist on adolescents for Parents Press, will discuss the challenges facing parents of teenagers and provide suggestions for dealing with kids in their teens.

Elder Care: Challenges of the Sandwich Generation
April 9, noon-1:30 p.m. (including an optional 30-minute discussion) Tang Center, Education Center

Family caregivers of aging parents and young children face unique challenges. This presentation focuses on how families manage multi-generational caregiving.


March 17 - 30, 1999 (Volume 27, Number 27)
Copyright 1999, The Regents of the University of California.
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