Get to Know the Career Center

Berkeley graduate students receive career planning guidance and employment-related assistance from the Career Center.

Women’s Hackathon Honors I-School Students

Four Master’s students from the School of Information competed in the one-day Women’s Hackathon at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park in April.  The four designed a new Facebook feature that allows users to save and organize especially interesting content from their own timeline or from elsewhere on Facebook. Later they can “relive” that saved content in its social context.

Graduate Student Wins Chancellor Award

In early May, Margaret Rhee, a doctoral candidate in Ethnic Studies with a Designated Emphasis in New Media Studies, was awarded the Chancellor’s Award for Public Service in the category of Campus-Community Partnership for her project “From the Center.”

AERA Awards Two Berkeley Professors

The American Educational Research Association (AERA) -- the largest national professional organization devoted to the scientific study of education -- recently recognized two Berkeley graduate school professors for excellence in education research.

Alumna Wins on “Wheel of Fortune”

Haas School of Business alumna, Melody Akhtari, recently appeared on “Wheel of Fortune,” and won. Haas School of Business alumna, Melody Akhtari,…

Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

Do you need a break from the rigors of graduate work this spring? The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive offer a variety of events and shows for your artistic, cultural, and intellectual pleasure.