Berkeley GradNews
December 2019

Message from the Vice Provost and Dean

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Reflections on the Fall Semester

As the fall semester winds down, I want to thank the Berkeley graduate community for being so welcoming to me as I stepped into this new role and for working with and alongside me to amplify support and communication around … Continued More »

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Important Dates


Apply for In Absentia Registration for Fall 2020
Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Apply for Filing Fee Status for Fall 2020
Wednesday, August 26, 2020

File Thesis or Dissertation (Fall 2020 Deadline)
Friday, December 18, 2020

Apply for In Absentia Registration for Spring 2021
Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Apply for Filing Fee Status for Spring 2021
Tuesday, January 19, 2021

File Thesis or Dissertation (Spring 2021 Deadline)
Friday, May 14, 2021

Professional Development

Craft Your Three-Minute Thesis and Submit Your Grad Slam Video by 2/17/2020

Win cash prizes and state-wide recognition while you take your professional development to the next level! Calling all graduate students, from all disciplines! Are you working on original research? Have you ever wanted to give a TED talk? Do you … Continued More »
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Five Easy Ways to Develop Your Professional Skill Set Over Winter Break

Take a few minutes during break to plan ahead for the spring and set yourself up for success. Winter break is almost here! That means many of us will be decompressing after the whirlwind of this semester. But during the … Continued More »

Student Life

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UCBe: Self-Care

As we approach the final stretch of the semester and move into the holiday season, take some time to pay attention to your physical, emotional, and psychological wellbeing. More »

Free Berkeley Art Studio Classes for Eligible Graduate Students

Thanks to a grant from the Student Technology Fund, eligible graduate students may sign up for design and digital photography classes for free. More »
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How to Overcome ‘Negative Automatic Thoughts’ in Grad School

You’re not the only one who focuses on the negative. Here’s what to do instead. Graduate students are constantly under a barrage of stress from a variety of sources: teaching, grant deadlines, course work, research, writing, among others. While there … Continued More »

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