Married more than 50 years, Susan Chamberlin, MBA 87, and her husband, Steve, are partners in an ambitious effort to improve local schools.
Though technically retired, they remain committed to doing what they've done throughout their careers: building. For more than four decades, as a highly successful real estate developer and [...]
By Laura Counts & Kim Girard
Before the year is out, Alvaro Silberstein, MBA 17, hopes to become the first person to navigate three iconic routes in Patagonia's Paine de Torre National Park in a wheelchair.
But if he has his way, he won't be the last to do it. He plans [...]
If we truly believe in one person, one vote, we should rethink how we choose our president, Prof. John Morgan writes in this op-ed.
Source: San Francisco ChronicleSource URL: http://www.sfchronicle.com/opinion/openforum/article/How-to-restore-power-to-the-people-10641040.phpImage: [...]
As President Barack Obama and his administration prepare to leave the White House, students in the Berkeley MBA for Executives Program will spend a week in Washington D.C., gaining insights from White House policy makers, ambassadors, lobbyists, and journalists.
The Washington, D.C. immersion trip, to be held Dec. 5-9, is one [...]