UC Berkeley: Hundreds of Lecturers now Excluded from Hiring Freeze

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UC Berkeley officials abruptly changed course and will exclude more than 750 lecturers from a campus-wide hiring freeze, which went into effect April 1 because of the coronavirus pandemic. The move, announced Wednesday in a letter from Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Paul Alivisatos to deans and department chairs, creates a clearer path for lecturers […]
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