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Posted March 22, 2000

2000-2001 Graduate Division Diversity Grants Program

The Graduate Division is accepting applicants for the 2000-2001 Diversity Grants Program, which supports research or programs that focus on the development of a diverse graduate community at Berkeley or any other institutions.

Grants up to $5,000 will be awarded for proposals that present innovative strategies and approaches to recruit and retain a diverse graduate community. Departmental members including faculty, staff and graduate students are encouraged to submit proposals.

The grants will be awarded for the best proposals from the following categories: research of prior practices, implementation of new programs and professional development of graduate students.

Applications can be obtained from 424 Sproul Hall, 4th floor. Applications are also available online at (

The deadline for submission of proposals is April 3, and awards will be announced on May 3.

For information, call 642-6721 or 643-9236.

Managers' Class Covers Health and Safety Issues

Health*Matters is offering a new, interactive class designed to assist managers and supervisors with their role in promoting a safe and healthy work environment. "Excellence in Supervision: Promoting a Safe and Healthy Work Environment, will be held March 30 from 8:10 a.m. to noon.

The class covers supervisory responsibilities for health and safety, developing a prevention action plan, how to investigate and action steps when an injury occurs and campus resources. It is co-taught by Environment Health & Safety and University Health Services. To enroll, call 643-4646.



March 22 - April 5, 2000 (Volume 28, Number 26)
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