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* Please see information on the possible UC-wide strike (affecting GSIs, Readers and Tutors) starting Tuesday, 2 October on the [[Teaching & Working]] page!
 
* A new page has been added for '''[[Successful Funding Applications and Statements]]'''. Please add any proposals or other materials that you have from successful applications.   
* A new page has been added for '''[[Successful Funding Applications and Statements]]'''. Please add any proposals or other materials that you have from successful applications.   
* Congratulations to Marcel Paret, winner of the first Wiki Raffle!  Thank you to all who participated for helping to make the [[Teaching & Working]] page as wonderful as it is.
* Congratulations to Marcel Paret, winner of the first Wiki Raffle!  Thank you to all who participated for helping to make the [[Teaching & Working]] page as wonderful as it is.

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