STEM students active in the LGBT communities are invited to apply for NOGLSTIP scholarships by June 3, 2013.
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.
At Berkeley today, budding entrepreneurs can test their mettle in competitions, team up with like-minded thinkers, bend the ears of faculty and industry experts, and find guidance toward funding, all on campus or very nearby.
The Robert and Patricia Switzer Foundation specifically seeks innovators and problem-solvers who have the ability, determination, and integrity to become environmental leaders in the 21st century.
A year with leaping lizards and tailed robots, a $60-million-dollar institute for Berkeley, a theory proven 40 years later, a crucial election, and a transition at the very top of the campus food chain.
NASA sponsors research at its centers and R&D labs by graduate students who can contribute to its strategic goals and missions in the area of space technology.
The NPSC seeks a broad applicant pool for its multi-year fellowships, with special emphasis on underrepresented minorities and women.
Applications are being accepted through June 2, 2012, for the 2012 Battelle/NOGLSTP Out To Innovate Scholarships. The scholarships, funded at a minimum of $5,000 each, will be awarded for the fall, 2012 academic year. Students currently enrolled at any U.S.-based college or university are eligible to apply. The program is young; this is its second year of [...]
On February 15, two normally quite separate entities got together — to exchange ideas and information, and to simply get to know each other better. That was the plan, and it clearly worked. They spent the entire afternoon together, and part of the evening, attempting to drink from the proverbial information firehose. The parties involved [...]
Three alumni with Berkeley graduate degrees will be honored March 24 at the Cal Alumni Association’s traditional Charter Gala, being held this year at San Francisco’s Palace Hotel.
An ARCS Foundation Scholar, Brian is combining his Ph.D. studies in engineering with a master’s program through the Goldman School of Public Policy.
Marwan Nader (M.S.’89, Ph.D.’92 CE) was walking outside Davis Hall when the earthquake struck. Twenty-two years later, he’s the lead design engineer of the new portion of the Bay Bridge.
Graduation season, like a compass, is marked with a series of degrees. But the word “graduation” seems too, well, gradual for what actually happens when the campus blossoms with academic regalia, floral (and currency!) leis, and smiling relatives from all over the planet.
What the world needs now — besides love, of course — is a new technology for diagnosing infectious disease that’s inexpensive and portable yet highly effective. The World Health Organization estimates that there were about 247 million cases of malaria in 2006 and more than nine million new cases of tuberculosis in 2007, with African [...]
When the British Foreign Office announced spring honors for 2010 it listed all the specific awards the Queen “was graciously pleased to approve.” They included, in “The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (Civil Division),” the name Arun Sarin, “for services to the communication industry.” Born in central India, Sarin has two 1978 master’s degrees from Berkeley, one an M.B.A. and the other in material sciences and engineering.
The National Academy of Sciences (NAS), one of America’s most prestigious societies of scholars engaged in science and engineering research, at the end of April announced its election of 72 members, six of whom are Berkeley researchers.
At most universities participating in the AGEP program, the number of underrepresented minority Ph.D. recipients in science and engineering has increased by as much as 50 percent. Berkeley Edge, UC Berkeley’s AGEP program, was the top producer of Ph.D.s among 79 participating U.S. universities.