Imperial Valley News Center
- Written by Clifton B. Parker
Stanford, California - Reducing class sizes and reforming grading systems may help reduce the gender gap in professional school settings, according to a new Stanford study.
- Written by Rob Jordan
Stanford, California - Investors looking for promising growth markets would do well to consider their water bill.
- Written by Barry Bergman
Berkeley, California - If you’ve ever been to Tolman Hall, you probably reached it not by rigid adherence to a series of mechanical steps - start at West Circle, go up Hilgard Way, first right to the end of Morgan Hall, then first left and voila - but by navigating via the map in your head. That is, you pictured its location, and figured out a suitable route.
- Written by Cathy Cockrell
Berkeley, California - For fourth-year Berkeley student Chloe Tsang, it isn’t necessary to take an international flight to encounter the”global poverty” she has studied in class. Hunger, should we choose to see it, is “at our back door,” on the streets of Berkeley - a reality not to ignore or lament, she believes, but to address with head and heart.
- Written by Robert Sanders
Berkeley, California - The normally bland face of Uranus has become increasingly stormy, with enormous cloud systems so bright that for the first time ever, amateur astronomers are able to see details in the planet’s hazy blue-green atmosphere.
Study says California solar boom makes the state a national leader, prepares new generation of workers
- Written by Kathleen Maclay
Berkeley, California - Strong statewide and federal clean-energy policies have positioned California as the nation’s solar energy leader in terms of generating new, well-paying construction and permanent jobs while working to curb climate change, according to a new report by UC Berkeley.
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