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2022 Mentoring Awards

Mentorship can have a transformative effect on the academic success, well-being, and overall experience of our graduate students. The following award recipients have…

Volunteer with Science at Cal

Science at Cal is getting into the full swing of in-person programming again, with plenty of upcoming events including talks, the Bay…

Emeryville welcomes the first E’ville Bears in Cal history

The Intersection Apartments located in Emeryville has finally reached completion so that more potential graduate students will receive keys. The apartment building has a selection of carefully crafted units made specifically for Berkeley graduate students.

You’ve Got the Job, Now What?

How to Participate in the Negotiation Process (photo credit: Brittany Hosea Small) You’ve spent months applying and interviewing for jobs, and now…

Gain Experience and Make Connections in the Publishing Industry

Many graduate students will opt for careers beyond academia, but may not immediately know what kind of non-academic careers fit their interests, goals, and skills. Career exploration is a key step in not only broadening your knowledge of career possibilities, but also reflecting on your values and motivations.

Call for Nominations: Faculty Award for Outstanding Mentorship of GSIs — 3/18/22

The Graduate Council’s Advisory Committee for GSI Affairs and the GSI Teaching & Resource Center invite nominations from graduate students for the 2022 Faculty Award for Outstanding Mentorship of GSIs. This award recognizes faculty (including both Senate and non-Senate faculty) who have provided GSIs outstanding mentorship in teaching at Berkeley and in preparing for teaching in future careers.

Connect your STEM research to your community

Science at Cal is in search of speaker participants for Grounds for Science, a lecture series specifically showcasing graduate student research and talent. For over ten years, Science at Cal has provided opportunities for UC Berkeley scientists to share their research with diverse public audiences through science lectures, cafes, street fairs, farmer’s markets, festivals and other free public events.

Exploring Careers Outside of Academia

Many graduate students will opt for careers beyond academia, but may not immediately know what kind of non-academic careers fit their interests, goals, and skills. Career exploration is a key step in not only broadening your knowledge of career possibilities, but also reflecting on your values and motivations.

Fernström Fellowship — 2/14/2022

The Fernström Fellowship for Summer 2022 and 2022-23 is open to registered graduate students who wish to study in Scandinavia. Terms of…