From May 17 to June 16, the 43rd Annual University of California, Berkeley Master of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibition will feature the work of six promising artists as they embark on their careers.
Apply to be on the leadership board and travel to Kenya to distribute Dr. Keasling’s recently synthesized malaria drug.
The Cal Alumni Association annually recognizes distinguished alumni whose achievements exemplify the excellence of UC Berkeley. You can help the University identify distinguished alumni by submitting a nomination for one or more of the 2014 alumni awards.
STEM students active in the LGBT communities are invited to apply for NOGLSTIP scholarships by June 3, 2013.
Explore Your Career Passions and Access Professional Opportunities at the 3rd Annual PhD Career Colloquium
The Visiting Scholar and Postdoc Affairs (VSPA) Program, in collaboration with The Career Center, is sponsoring the third annual PhD Career Colloquium on Wednesday, May 8, 2013, from 12 to 5pm. The event will be held at the Chevron Auditorium, in the International House. Featuring keynote speaker Alaina Levine, the colloquium will present a panel of PhDs and former postdocs who will describe how networking facilitated their career shift. It will also feature activities designed to jump start participants’ own successful outreach efforts.
The program funds doctoral students conducting research in modern foreign languages and area studies for periods of six to 12 months. Students may propose research for six to 12 months.
Learn about Sandia – who we are, what we do, and how you can join our team as an intern or employee. Get connected. Meet some of our impressive and diverse scientists and engineers – and of course, other bright and motivated students just like yourself.
The Graduate Division, Graduate Council, and Graduate Assembly invite you to the seventh annual Graduate Mentoring Awards Ceremony.
The Albert New Fellowship for Visually-Impaired Students is awarded to graduate students with substantial visual impairment. Award will be based on scholastic achievement.
This scholarship was established to assist exceptional students with financial need in obtaining a masters or graduate degree in: business, mathematics, computer science, biology, physics or chemistry.
Four different kinds of fellowships are available, the majority of which are legislative fellowships, which bring a $33,000 grant-in-study stipend, plus certain benefit options. Applications from a wide range of interests and disciplines are welcomed.
Ping Doctoral Research Fellowships provide support for doctoral research focused on U.S. undergraduate study abroad. The award will replace a Fellow’s academic year remuneration as a GSI, enabling the Fellow to make more rapid progress toward successful completion of the doctoral degree.
Box, a cloud-based file storage and sharing system, is available to all Berkeley students, faculty, and staff.
The Center for the Study of Law and Society (CSLS) at Berkeley Law announces its fellowship for doctoral studies drawn from a wide range of disciplines across the UC Berkeley campus, including those in the social sciences, arts and humanities, biological sciences, international studies and area studies, schools of public health, business, public policy, natural resources, engineering and law. Ten fellows are selected annually.
The Shinnyo Fellowship provides advising and monetary support to undergraduate and graduate students who desire to implement a service, peace-building, and/or sustainable social change project locally, nationally, or globally. Project proposals should be innovative, action-oriented, and emphasize peace-building.
CONICYT/BECAS Chile sponsors multi-year scholarships for Chilean citizens who attend the University of California. Entering students as well as continuing doctoral students are eligible to apply.
The Greater Good Science Center is offering the Hornaday Graduate Fellowship to UC Berkeley students whose work relates to the Center’s mission. The fellowship program aims to attract scholars from across a broad spectrum of academic disciplines, with a particular focus on the social-behavioral sciences. Previous GGSC fellows have gone on to top research and [...]
The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan’s largest funding agency, is now introducing fellowship programs for research in Japan to UC Berkeley graduate students, postdocs, and faculty. JSPS’s door is open to any academic field in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and engineering.
Treat yourself to a relaxing and therapeutic massage with a 35% discount.
Opportunities with McKinsey & Company, Habib University Foundation, and a Call for Panelists for the 2013 PhD Career Colloquium.
Postdoctoral fellows will receive a $45,000 per year stipend and may request funds up to $31,750 for research supplies and equipment as well as travel expenses. Predoctoral fellows will receive a $25,000 per year stipend for a maximum duration of two years and may request funds up to $21,150.
You are invited to join the International House community April 18th for its annual gala, this year honoring Ambassador Kenneth D. Taylor (IH
’57-’59) and Dr. Patricia E. Taylor (IH ’58-’60) in recognition of their heroism during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis. Tickets to the fundraising dinner and exciting raffles can be purchased online.
Provides up to five years of funding for Mexican students doing their doctoral studies at one of the ten University of California campuses. Students may pursue doctoral studies in most of the academic disciplines, with the exception of the arts.