Berkeley GradNews
December 2014

Message from the Vice Provost and Dean

Rosemary Joyce

Reflections on the Fall Semester

As the Interim Dean of the Graduate Division, I have enjoyed the opportunity to deepen my involvement with various projects close to my heart. The new Dean of the Graduate Division, Fiona Doyle, Professor of Mineral Engineering, will begin her post on January 1, 2015. More »

Headlines

Public Policy Student Advocates for Prison Reform in New Memoir

Ralph Spinelli, a Ph.D. student in the Goldman School of Public Policy, shares his ideas for prison reform in his recently published book. More »

Alumni Corner: Cal Author, Producer and a Hoverboard Inventor

We look at three rising Cal alumnus and their work, from Civil Rights causes, exploration of electromagnetic fields to producing a Bravo TV show ... More »

Architecture Students Complete Construction of Holistic Garden in Japan

UC Berkeley Architecture students held the opening ceremony for their holistic garden, Nest We Grow, in Hokkaido, Japan. More »

How to Manage Holiday Stress and Your Academics

Manage your work/life balance with these tips from these university's experts. More »

Important Dates


Apply for Filing Fee Status for Fall 2019
Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Apply for In Absentia Registration for Fall 2019
Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Apply for Filing Fee Status for Spring 2020
Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Apply for In Absentia Registration for Spring 2020
Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Professional Development

Student Life

Graduate Division Announcements

Opportunities

Campus Announcements

Recognition & Awards

PhD Candidate Takes Break from Cal to Work at White House

UC Berkeley PhD candidate Dan Hammer is taking a year off from school, but his reason may surprise you. More »

Former Marine at Cal is Awarded for Work in STEM

Doctoral student Bradley Wheeler received one of only 11 prestigious graduate research fellowships made by the NSF for military veterans contributing to STEM fields. More »

Fellowship Offers Outstanding Research Opportunities in Social-Behavioral Sciences

The annual Hornaday Graduate Fellowship allows students to conduct research related to social and emotional well-being. More »

Haas-Berkeley Team Wins Tech Challenge for Parking Alert System

Ever pray to the parking gods? Haas team wins a Tech Challenge for an alert system that helps drivers find parking. More »

Fellowships & Grants

Making the News


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