Fellowship Matters: Remarkable Scholars and Their Supporters

Selina Shieunda Makana is a PhD student in African American Diaspora Studies (AADS) from Kenya, and benefits from fellowship support made possible by Berkeley-based art dealers of African and Asian imports, Beany and Dick Wezelman. The personal bond they have … Continued

Paige Johnson gives opening remarks at the National Creative Writing and Arts Competition for high schoolers in Jakarta, Indonesia, in 2011.

Meet Graduate Student Paige Johnson

A graduate student at the Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, Paige came to UC Berkeley following a year in Indonesia on a Fulbright grant.

Lynsey Clark portrait

Student in School of Social Welfare Studies Sex Trafficking

Lynsey Clark, a master’s degree student at UC Berkeley’s School of Social Welfare, recently published an article in the San Francisco Chronicle, focusing on the child sex trafficking epidemic in her local community.

Anna Spurlock

Life after dissertation: What’s next for degree recipients?

Anna Spurlock, a graduate student in Agricultural and Resource Economics, completed her dissertation this spring. Now she plans to spend her time at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researching energy efficiency related topics.