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The University of California, Berkeley presents the Graduate Lectures. Seven lectureships comprise the Graduate Lectures, each with a distinct endowment history. These unique programs have brought distinguished visitors to Berkeley since 1909 to speak on a wide range of topics, from philosophy to the sciences.
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The University of California, Berkeley presents the Graduate Lectures. Seven lectureships comprise the Graduate Lectures, each with a distinct endowment history. These unique programs have brought distinguished visitors to Berkeley since 1909 to speak on a wide range of topics, from philosophy to the sciences.
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Church Without Walls, Berkeley is a diverse community following Jesus, loving God, neighbor, the Bible and the world. We aim to worship God and explore Christian spirituality in a meaningful, approachable way. Our spirituality is centered on Jesus because we’ve discovered that his life and teachings deeply connect faith with everyday life. As our name implies, we believe that “church” is not a building. It is a community of people gathered to love God, one another and their city in a way tha ...
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A place where a multitude of scholars, educators, professionals, and participants come together to discuss, debate, and represent a diverse range of topics. Cover art photo provided by NASA on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@nasa
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UC Berkeley Extension

UC Berkeley Extension

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UC Berkeley Extension is the continuing education branch of UC Berkeley with online courses and conveniently located classrooms to meet your needs. We also offer free public events and share some of their recordings here.
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Berkeley SkyDeck

Berkeley SkyDeck

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Welcome to the Berkeley SkyDeck podcast. Every month we bring cover new topics in the startup world through our interviews and discussions. Berkeley SkyDeck is one of the top global accelerators. Affiliated with UC Berkeley, our accelerator is open to UC founders and founders from around the world.
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Look around you. The majority of people are living an average life because they are all doing the same things and seeing life through the same lens. If you want a better life, then now is the time to change your perspective. We give you contrarian knowledge for life.
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The Berkeley Remix

The Berkeley Remix

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The Oral History Center preserves voices of people from all walks of life, with varying political perspectives, national origins, and ethnic backgrounds. Our podcast, The Berkeley Remix, delves into pressing issues, making our vast archive accessible to scholars and the public. The UC Berkeley Oral History Center, a division of The Bancroft Library, was founded in 1953 and produces carefully researched, audio/video-recorded, and transcribed oral histories and interpretative historical materi ...
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Athletes in Action - Berkeley

Athletes in Action - Berkeley

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Our vision is to see a Christ follower on every sports team at UC Berkeley who is equipped to share their testimony and the gospel. We will develop a culture of discipleship: winning athletes over to Christ, building them up in their faith, and sending them out after graduation with a desire to fulfill the Great Commission wherever they are and whatever they are doing. We will affirm the God given gifts that each of us possess while growing in authentic community, hunger for the Word, and lo ...
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Berkeley Fire Protection & Hood Cleaning

Berkeley Fire Protection & Hood Cleaning

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Berkeley Fire Protection & Hood Cleaning offers a full range of fire protection and life safety services for the commercial, industrial and institutional sectors. Our certified professional technicians are dedicated to installing only the highest quality fire protection, life safety and related systems.
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The Berkeley Forum is a non-partisan, student-run organization at the University of California, Berkeley. Established in 2012, the Forum hosts debates, panels, and talks by leading experts from a variety of fields. The mission of the Berkeley Forum is to provide the Berkeley community a non-partisan, accessible forum for the presentation and debate of a wide range of ideas; to reaffirm the value of a liberal arts education; and to regularly organize, promote, and broadcast debates, panels, a ...
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Mad Reshuffle: Access Berkeley Radcast

Nate Tilton, Eliana Madera, & Trisha Nguyen

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The Mad Reshuffle: Access Berkeley Radcast (the Madcast for short) is a podcast that explores the intersection of disability, academia, and everything in between. From interviewing academics working towards disability justice to reviewing media portrayals of disability, the Madcast covers a wide range of topics for folks to tune into bimonthly (twice a month). Enjoy! The podcast is hosted by the UC Berkeley Disability Lab and recorded at the Ethnic Studies Changemaker Studio at Cal. UC Berke ...
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"Cocher, drive to the rue Falguière"--this in my best restaurant French. The man with the varnished hat shrugged his shoulders, and raised his eyebrows in doubt. He evidently had never heard of the rue Falguière. "Yes, rue Falguière, the old rue des Fourneaux," I continued. Cabby's face broke out into a smile. "Ah, oui, oui, le Quartier Latin." And it was at the end of this crooked street, through a lane that led into a half court flanked by a row of studio buildings, and up one pair of ding ...
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This week a teaching team member shares helpful tools for seasons of spiritual desolation, from the book of John 15:1-8. Sunday, February 25, 2024 Sermon Audio: https://www.churchwithoutwallsberkeley.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/2_25_24_sermon_final.mp3 The post Finding Unexpected Grace appeared first on Church Without Walls.…
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In Berkeley Talks episode 191, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor talks about getting up every morning ready to fight for what she believes in, how she finds ways to work with justices whose views differ wildly from her own and what she looks for in a clerk (hint: It’s not only brilliance). “I’m in my 44th year as a law professor,” said Ber…
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Brandon Sánchez Mejia stood at a giant wall in UC Berkeley’s Worth Ryder Art Gallery and couldn’t believe his eyes. In front of him were 150 black-and-white photos of men’s bodies in all sorts of poses and from all sorts of angles. It was his senior thesis project, "A Masculine Vulnerability," and it was out for the world to see. "It came from this…
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Discover profound insights with Yu-Shuan Tarango-Sho, founding Director of Sacred Roots, as we explore "Showing up for Liberation." With inspiration drawn from Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer and Dr. Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Yu-Shuan navigates the intersection of spirituality and collective wellness, embracing the both/and paradigm. Through Yu-Shuan's guidance, w…
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What does it mean when we use the first-person pronoun ‘I’? And how does it relate to self-consciousness? In this program, Béatrice Longuenesse, professor of philosophy emerita at New York University, compares the analysis of philosophers Elizabeth Anscombe and Jean-Paul Sartre on consciousness, self-consciousness and the use of 'I'.Languenesse's c…
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This week a teaching team member kicks off our new Lenten series with a look at the book of Ephesians 2:1-10, and shares about struggles with learning to trust oneself and what cutting up fruit has to do with familial sacrifice. Sunday, February 18, 2024 Sermon Audio: https://www.churchwithoutwallsberkeley.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/2_18_24_ser…
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What does it mean when we use the first-person pronoun ‘I’? And how does it relate to self-consciousness? In this program, Béatrice Longuenesse, professor of philosophy emerita at New York University, compares the analysis of philosophers Elizabeth Anscombe and Jean-Paul Sartre on consciousness, self-consciousness and the use of 'I'.Languenesse's c…
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What does it mean when we use the first-person pronoun ‘I’? And how does it relate to self-consciousness? In this program, Béatrice Longuenesse, professor of philosophy emerita at New York University, compares the analysis of philosophers Elizabeth Anscombe and Jean-Paul Sartre on consciousness, self-consciousness and the use of 'I'.Languenesse's c…
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What does it mean when we use the first-person pronoun ‘I’? And how does it relate to self-consciousness? In this program, Béatrice Longuenesse, professor of philosophy emerita at New York University, compares the analysis of philosophers Elizabeth Anscombe and Jean-Paul Sartre on consciousness, self-consciousness and the use of 'I'.Languenesse's c…
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Pastor Phil and a teaching team member close out our winter sermon series with a tag-team message on the book of 2 Corinthians 7:2-26, with a spiritual checklist for our community covering declarations of affection, grown-folk conversation, building arenas of trust, and more. Sunday, February 11, 2024 Sermon Audio: https://www.churchwithoutwallsber…
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In Berkeley Talks episode 190, journalist and UC Berkeley alumnus Vincent Bevins discusses mass protests around the world — from Egypt to Hong Kong to Brazil — and how each had a different outcome than what protesters asked for. “From 2010 to 2020, more people participated in mass protests than at any other point in human history,” said Bevins, aut…
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Pastor Phil preaches on the book of 2 Corinthians 5:1-6:13, and breaks down what makes powerful parting words. Sunday, February 4, 2024 Sermon Audio: https://www.churchwithoutwallsberkeley.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/2_4_24_sermon_audio.mp3 The post Famous Last Words appeared first on Church Without Walls.…
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The self-guided Black history tour at UC Berkeley begins at Memorial Stadium, where student Walter Gordon was a star of the football team more than 100 years ago. It then weaves through campus, making stops at 13 more locations, each highlighting an important person or landmark related to Black history. There's Ida Louise Jackson Graduate House, na…
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(Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley) Sometimes it feels as if our practice is taking one step forward and two steps back. Or two steps forward and two steps back. In this talk I want to explore the process of awakening in the context of understanding the trajectory of practice.Even though it might not seem as if much is happening or that you'…
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Pastor Phil preaches on the book of 2 Corinthians 2:1-3:6, and asks us to reflect on the fragrance that we leave behind with others. Sunday, January 28, 2024 Sermon Audio: https://www.churchwithoutwallsberkeley.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/1_28_24_sermon_final.mp3 The post A Rose by Any Other Name appeared first on Church Without Walls.…
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In Berkeley Talks episode 189, Harvard Professor Daniel Ziblatt discusses how Americans need to do the work of making the U.S. political system more democratic through reforms that ensure that electoral majorities can actually govern. “If you're going to have a first-past-the-post electoral system, as we have in the United States, or one side wins …
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Bonobos and chimpanzees — the closest extant relatives to humans — could have the longest-lasting nonhuman memory, a study led by a UC Berkeley researcher found. Extensive social memory had previously been documented only in dolphins and up to 20 years. "What we're showing here," said Berkeley comparative psychologist Laura Simone Lewis, "is that c…
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(Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley) There are often things about ourselves that can be hard to forgive: the ways we have caused harm to others, the way we have caused or chronically cause harm to ourselves, and the ways we perceive ourselves as imperfect. Join us for an exploration of two possible paths that can lead to a greater sense of se…
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