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NAILAH-NASIRNA’ILAH NASIR has been appointed vice chancellor for equity and inclusion at the University of California, Berkeley, effective November 1. She is associate dean of diversity for social sciences, a full professor in the School of Education and the Department of African American Studies, and holds the Birgeneau Chair in Educational Disparities and the Williams Chair of African American Studies at UC Berkeley. Nasir earned a bachelor’s from UC Berkeley and a doctorate from the University of California, Los Angeles.

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