Update on Elsevier Journal Access

Elsevier has suspended access. Now what? Members of the UC community no longer have direct access to Elsevier journal articles published in 2019. We continue to have direct access to most articles published before 2019 in most Elsevier journals (covering … Continued

Panel Discussion on the 2nd Amendment — 9/16/19

Free Speech Movement Café Educational Programs presents a panel discussion in honor of Constitution Day: The 2nd Amendment: American Society’s Interpretation Across Time The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution reads: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the … Continued

Digital Publishing Workshop Series

Whether you are looking to create a digital book, a companion website for a book, a scholarly portfolio, or a full-scale digital project, this workshop series is designed to get you up and running with the skills and tools you … Continued

National Voter Registration Day – 9/24/2019

National Voter Registration Day is a national holiday, first observed in 2012, and held on the fourth Tuesday of September. If you have not yet registered to vote, now is a good time to do it! You can be a … Continued

Community Advisory: Government Impersonation Telephone Scam

From UCPD Community Advisory: Please be aware of a common government impersonation telephone scam that has targeted members of the campus community. Reporting these types of scams to authorities may help direct resources to combating the problem, but you should … Continued

GSI opportunity: Sense and Sensibility and Science

Join the teaching team for “Sense and Sensibility and Science,” a popular Big Ideas course in its sixth year. Taught by an interdisciplinary faculty team of Saul Perlmutter (Physics), Alison Gopnik (Psychology), and John Campbell (Philosophy), the course aims to … Continued

Public Seminar: How to Make Stress Your Friend – 9/19/2019

Dr. Kelly McGonigal is a health psychologist and a lecturer at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. As a pioneer in the field of “science-help,” her mission is to translate insights from psychology and neuroscience into practical strategies that … Continued

Announcing the Fall 2019 Berkeley Graduate Lectures

We are excited to announce the Fall 2019 Berkeley Graduate Lectures! Eight lectureships comprise the Graduate Council and Graduate Division Lectures, each with a distinct endowment history. These unique lectureship programs have brought distinguished visitors to Berkeley since 1904 to … Continued

Open Position: Autism Program Graduate Assistant

In this position the assistant will facilitate weekly community activities that promote social engagement for UC Berkeley students who identify on the autism spectrum. The ideal candidate is a graduate student participating in a relevant field of study with experience … Continued

Consider Making a Cal Dining Meal Plan Your Meal Plan

When life gets busy and something has to give, it doesn’t have to be eating healthy, fresh food. While you’re doing the hard work, let Cal Dining do the cooking (and the planning, shopping, prepping, and cleaning). It’s as easy … Continued

Information on Fall Funding and Tuition/Fee Payment

Have you received a notice about outstanding Fall tuition/fee charges?  Anticipating a Fall stipend or loan?  Here is some basic guidance on disbursement of Fall funding: Unexpected tuition/fee bill? Fellowship tuition/fee awards apply toward charges one business day after you’ve … Continued

Attend the Graduate Diversity Welcome Reception – 8/29/2019

Join us for this opportunity to build community amongst new and returning graduate students Thursday, August 29 from 5-6:30 p.m. at University House. This reception will focus on issues that are especially relevant to underrepresented students at UC Berkeley. Students … Continued

Largest Publisher of UC Journal Articles Halts Access

Elsevier is the largest scholarly publisher in the world, disseminating about 18 percent of journal articles produced by UC faculty. As of July 10, UC’s direct access to new Elsevier articles has been discontinued. Members of the UC community no … Continued

I School Launches Certificate in Applied Data Science

Beginning in Fall 2019, UC Berkeley graduate students may apply to earn a Graduate Certificate in Applied Data Science from the UC Berkeley School of Information. The certificate requires three 3-unit courses and is designed to complement a student’s regular degree program. Upon graduation, … Continued

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Carpool Permit Holders Must Now Use Berkeley Moves!

Effective July 1, 2019, all carpool permit holders must utilize Berkeley Moves! by logging all carpool trips into the platform’s online calendar at least twice a week. Details are available on the UC Berkeley Parking and Transportation website. About Berkeley … Continued

Essential Information for International Graduate Students

The Berkeley International Office (BIO) would like to remind international graduate students of the following enrollment, employment and degree information: Maintaining Proper F–1/J–1 Visa Status There are a number of different criteria you must be aware of to maintain your … Continued

Fall 2019 Student Health Insurance Plan Information

Plan benefits for the 2019-2020 year The Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) offers major medical, mental health, pharmacy, dental and vision coverage. Berkeley SHIP continues to offer comprehensive benefits including: 90% coverage for in-network services  $15 mental health visits (no … Continued

Beware of Student Phone and Email Scam

The Berkeley International Office has learned that some UC Berkeley students have received threatening phone calls from individuals pretending to work at U.S. government agencies such as the Social Security Office or Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Each year, scammers who … Continued

Another Farewell!

After more than 10 years working in Communications and Events for the Graduate Division, I am retiring from UC Berkeley. My career highlights are — by far — working with our incredible graduate students during essay and video contests, and … Continued

Summer Classes are Starting at the Berkeley Art Studio!

The Berkeley Art Studio offers classes in ceramics, photography, drawing, painting, design, and printmaking. Classes are taught by professional artists who will help you gain a better understanding of a particular medium and realize your artistic vision. We welcome students of all skill levels. … Continued

Big Ideas is Hiring!

Innovation Ambassadors, UC System Are you interested in social impact, entrepreneurship & innovation, or public service? The Big Ideas Contest, open to all 10 UC system campuses, is seeking highly-motivated students interested in social impact and entrepreneurship across the UC … Continued

Apply for Summer 2019 Conference Travel Grant

The application for a Summer 2019 Conference Travel Grant is live and available at tango.berkeley.edu. Note: Only academic M.A., M.S., and Ph.D. students are eligible for this opportunity and must have been an enrolled student in the Spring 2019 semester in … Continued

Collegiate Inventors Competition — 6/07/2019

The Collegiate Inventors Competition is designed to encourage college students to be active in science, engineering, mathematics, technology, and creative invention while stimulating their problem solving abilities. The competition recognizes the working relationship between a student and their advisor who … Continued

Paid Summer Internships

Paid On-Campus Internship: L&S Advising Graduate Mentor Deadline to Apply: Rolling Assist the L&S advising team in the expansion of advising tools and programs aimed at supporting undergraduates’ exploration of a liberal arts education. Paid Summer Internship: Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Deadline … Continued

Check Out Issue 36 of the Berkeley Science Review!

The Berkeley Science Review is a graduate student-run magazine that aims to highlight the groundbreaking research occurring at UC Berkeley in a wide variety of scientific disciplines, from biology to physics to computer science. Founded in 2001 by a dedicated … Continued

Cal Performances: Upcoming Events

Los Angeles Master Chorale May 17, 8 pm Zellerbach Hall Director Peter Sellars returns to Cal Performances with the Bay Area Premiere of an a cappella work by one of the Renaissance’s most revered composers. Orlando di Lasso’s Lagrime di … Continued

2019 MFA Graduates Present New Work at BAMPFA

MFA Exhibition Showcases Emerging Artistic Talents On view May 17 – June 16, 2019 The University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) highlights the work of five exceptional graduate students from UC Berkeley’s Department of Art … Continued

Horizons Fellowships in Technology

The Horizons Fellowship supports 200 outstanding university students on a fully-funded experience in San Francisco, in their pursuit to become leaders in technology. The programs provide immersive software engineering and web/mobile development courses geared towards high-achieving college students. Students need … Continued

Funding Opportunity for Climate Mitigation Projects — 5/31/2019

In support of UC’s Carbon Neutrality Initiative, the University is soliciting ideas from members of the UC community for off-campus projects that reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions or sequester carbon. Under UC’s Carbon Neutrality Initiative, the UC system has committed … Continued

Need Help with UC Path?

Welcome to UCPath! Please login and confirm that your information is correct. Access UCPath Online Log in to the UCPath Online portal from the Berkeley UCPath website home page Verify your identity using your birthdate and the last 4 digits of … Continued

STEM Solutions in Public Policy Award — 6/14/2019

UC Center Sacramento announces the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Solutions in Public Policy Award. This award recognizes one or more outstanding proposals for new California legislation from UC STEM graduate students. The winner(s) will receive a $250 research … Continued

April 1 – 5 is Graduate Student Appreciation Week!

In recognition of the important contributions, impact, and value of our 11,000+ academic and professional graduate students at UC Berkeley, we are pleased to celebrate Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week, April 1-5, 2019.  Thank you for your bold vision, passionate … Continued

Microbiology Student Symposium — 4/27/2019

The 20th Annual Microbiology Student Symposium will be held on Saturday, April 27, 2017, at Chevron Auditorium at International House. The symposium includes student talks and poster presentations and keynote speakers Elizabeth Shank from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and … Continued

Cool Campus Challenge — 4/1 – 4/26/2019

Berkeley students, staff, and faculty are taking action at home and around the globe to reduce our own carbon footprint and find real and lasting solutions to climate disruption. Our collective actions — saving energy, walking and riding bikes, choosing … Continued

Infocamp 2019 — 3/16/2019

InfoCamp, in its 10th year, is a premier student-run event for the information community. Held on the UC Berkeley campus at the School of Information. InfoCamp is a day-long event that aims to educate, inform, and inspire new ways of … Continued

What You Need to Know About UCPath Online

There is a big change in the payroll system coming on March 30th — UCPath UC Path is a single payroll, benefits, HR, and Academic Personnel business system for all campuses in the UC System available on your computer, phone, or … Continued

The Earth Action Initiative Conference — 3/23/2019

The Earth Action Initiative conference is a community driven and collaborative approach to addressing the multidimensional, intersectional, and complex nature of climate change. The conference is March 23rd in Pauley Ballroom at UC Berkeley to include workshops, art, food, drink, and direct action toward tackling climate change! Check … Continued

Berkeley Center for New Media: Video Games Have Always Been Queer

Bonnie Ruberg, University of California Irvine March 18 | 12:30 PM — 2:00 PM | BCNM Commons, 340 Moffitt Library, UC Berkeley While popular discussions about queerness in video games often focus on big-name, mainstream games that feature LGBTQ characters, like Mass Effect … Continued

Catherine Portman Burrowing Owl Research Award — 2/28/2019

Criteria for award Open to both undergraduate and graduate students Student must be conducting research on burrowing owls Selection of recipients is based on academic achievement, as well as the potential impact of the research results. Apply via Google form. applications … Continued

The Erasmus+ Mobility Grants — 3/22/2019

Matrix is also pleased to announce a new joint program between UC Berkeley and Freie Universität, Berlin (FUB), a leading research university in Berlin, Germany, that will provide Erasmus+ mobility (i.e. travel) funding for collaborative research and training between the … Continued

Matrix Research Teams Proposals — 3/29/2019

UC Berkeley faculty, graduate students, and researchers are invited to submit proposals for Matrix Research Teams for the 2019 – 2020 academic year. Matrix Research Teams are groups of scholars who gather regularly to explore or develop a novel question … Continued

Designated Emphasis & Certificate in New Media — 3/1/2019

The Berkeley Center for New Media (BCNM) is now accepting applications for admission to the Designated Emphasis (D.E.) in New Media Ph.D. program, and the Graduate Certificate in New Media M.A. program. Applications are due March 1, 2019. About the DE in New … Continued

Cal 1 Card Office Moving to Sproul Hall

The Cal 1 Card office is moving up and forward, from 180 Cesar Chavez Center to 212 Sproul Hall. The move will take place during spring break, and the Cal 1 Card office will be closed during that time, March … Continued

Banner-ASU Neuroscience Scholars Program — 3/1/2019

The Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University (ASU) in partnership with Banner Research announces the Banner-ASU Neuroscience Scholars program. The Banner-ASU Neuroscience Scholars is a paid, eight-week summer training program open to top-achieving college undergraduate and graduate science students. Scholars work full-time on … Continued

Student Technology Fund (STF) — 2/18/2019

The Student Technology Fund (STF) proposal submission process is now open for the spring fast-track cycle. The deadline to submit project proposal abstracts is February 18, 2019. Any student, staff or faculty member of UC Berkeley is eligible to submit … Continued

I-House Gateway Fellowships Program — 3/15/2019

Graduate students who live at International House, or aspire to, are invited to speak to their academic department about being nominated for a Gateway Fellowship. Each Gateway Fellowship provides single-occupancy room and board at International House for an academic year, … Continued

Job Opportunity with the Berkeley Research Computing Program

The Berkeley Research Computing (BRC) program is hiring several Graduate Student Interns. These positions are 20% to 25% (8 to 10 hours/week) appointments as Staff Research Associate / Student Assistants in Research IT. BRC is seeking talented and goal-oriented UC … Continued

DataEDGE Conference — 4/23/2019

Are you and your organization taking advantage of the opportunities created by today’s flood of new data? Do you know about the latest tools for storing, analyzing, and visualizing data? Have you considered the … Continued

“Spring into Fitness” with UC Berkeley

Who’s ready to spring into fitness this year!? UC Berkeley is challenging the campus to a remix workout – the UC Berkeley — Under Armour fitness challenge – from January 25 to February 23, 2019. Complete each challenge tier and you … Continued