Author Archives: Alice Agogino

About Alice Agogino

Alice M. Agogino is the Roscoe and Elizabeth Hughes Professor of Mechanical Engineering and affliated faculty at the Haas School of Business in their Operations and Information Technology Management Group. She directs the Berkeley Expert Systems Technology /Berkeley Energy and Sustainable Technologies (BEST) Laboratories, and the Berkeley Instructional Technology Studio (BITS).

UC Berkeley-Panoramic Hill Community Meeting

UC Berkeley is inviting neighborhood representatives and neighbors to a Cal/Community Meeting on Wednesday July 16 at 6:30pm in the Cronk Room in the Simpson Center for Student-Athlete High Performance. The focus of the meeting will be to review upcoming events … Continue reading

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Ralph Nader on Intercollegiate Athletics, Oct. 4 2011

October 4, 2011, 1-2 pm, 306 Soda Hall Auditorium: Ralph Nader will be speaking on “What’s the Matter with Big Time College Sports” Open to the public, this talk is part of a Freshman Seminar “Priorities Under Pressure: A Critical … Continue reading

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PHA Summer General Meeting on July 24

PHA will hold its Summer General Meeting on: SUNDAY, July 24th 4-6pm 24 Arden Road Light refreshments will be served. The agenda will include a review of current crime and safety issues including recent break-ins, 4th of July fireworks, as … Continue reading

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Burglary Updates

There have been a spate of burglaries in the last two weeks on streets that border the East side of the UC Berkeley campus (e.g., Prospect, Piedmont). On Dec. 6 there was a burglary at 11:30 am on the 300 … Continue reading

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New UC Berkeley Photography Exhibit: The Beatles “A Mad Day Out, 1968″

Photography: The Beatles “A Mad Day Out, 1968″ October 19, 2010 – February 1, 2011 every day | North Gate Panoramic Hills folks might be interested in this new photography exhibit at the UC Berkeley School of Journalism. While recording the White Album, the … Continue reading

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Recent Burglaries

There has been an alarming number of burglaries reported in the last month, some brazenly during the day while people are in their homes.  Most have been in the Berkeley city limits and lower Panoramic, but not all. These burglaries … Continue reading

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East Bay Regional Park Will Clean Up Contiguous to Panoramic Hill

I just got a call from the East Bay Regional Park. They are listening to our complaints that the littering into the park from the South side of Panoramic Hill is a safety issue. I spoke with Jeff Manley (544-3111) … Continue reading

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PHA Parking Violation Ticket

As suggested by the safety committee in the last PHA meeting, I created a PHA Parking Violation Ticket to give to people, or place on cars, parked illegally.  It worked on the two cars I tried it on today. One … Continue reading

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Are you ready for the big one on the Hayward Fault? Access/ Egress Issues

Here (1.5M PDF) is an electronic copy of the secondary access road survey recently handed out at the October 2005 PHA general meeting. The form may be filled out electronically and returned via email to paabboud@yahoo.com or printed out and … Continue reading

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David Ott is Awarded a New Patent: Method to Increase the Bioavailability of Cysteine

Panoramic Hill resident David Ott was recently awarded a patent on a Method to Increase the Bioavailability of Cysteine, US7678833. 

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