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Archive for April 3rd, 2012



Berkeley-Haas PhD in Business Administration Information Session

The UC Berkeley Haas School of Business is hosting an information session for our PhD in Business Administration program. Within this major are seven different areas of study: Accounting, Operations Management, Management of Organizations, Business & Public Policy, Finance, Real Estate, and Marketing. Attendees will have the opportunity to discuss the application process and ask any questions about the program. All majors are welcome and the minimum degree to apply is a bachelor’s degree. The information session will be held on:

Date & Time:
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
5:30-6:30PM

Location:
Haas School of Business, Room C335
2220 Piedmont Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94720

For more information please visit www.haas.berkeley.edu/Phd. The link to RSVP is https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHBSWTU1aGRoVDROMk5Xak9oaEpzMUE6MQ#gid=0. We would greatly appreciate it if you could kindly forward this email announcement.

Thank you,
Bradley Jong

Bradley Jong | Student Services Advisor, PhD Program
University of California, Berkeley | Haas School of Business| Suite F477
510.642.1409 | 510.643.4255 Fax | haas.berkeley.edu/Phd | bjong@haas.berkeley.edu

HRC seeks summer GSR, El Salvador

The Human Rights Center seeks a Graduate Student Researcher to help (10 hrs/week) with the funded project “Building Justice in El Salvador: Expanding Forensic Analysis for the Identification of Disappeared Persons.” The project is an ongoing 6-year collaboration between the Human Rights Center and the NGO Pro Búsqueda Association for the Search of the Missing Children of El Salvador
(http://www.law.berkeley.edu/HRCweb/el_salvador.html)

The candidate should have a working knowledge of Spanish (written translation of
Spanish into English), suitable computer skills with the MS suite of applications and a creative disposition to contribute to the development of Internet-based strategies to locate children, now young adults, separated from their families during the civil war in El Salvador (1980-1992) and since adopted in the United States and Europe. The individual will report to project director who is a forensic geneticist with experience in DNA-based kinship analysis.

Please send a CV and letter or email to Cristian Orrego at corrego@law.berkeley.edu. Please copy Program Administrator Alexey Berlind (aberlind@berkeley.edu).