Native/Indigenous graduate students help build a more culturally-responsive campus

Each November, we commemorate Native American Heritage Month by acknowledging and recognizing the heritage and contributions (past, present and future) of Native and Indigenous people. However, the various ways in which our Native/Indigenous students impact Berkeley extend well beyond a particular month or day. These students’ multifaceted experiences not only help to inform their individual identities, but also help build a more culturally-responsive campus community.

Berkeley Ph.D.’s in the field: Presenting research in Scotland

Berkeley graduate students are known for their exceptional accomplishments after completing their degrees. However, our graduate students are also engaged in exciting activities  throughout  the year, all while pursuing their academic goals. In preparation for the fall semester, we asked some of our students about their experiences beyond the campus.

Fellowships Support Graduate Student Success

Graduate students at Berkeley are fearless adventurers, pushing the boundaries of what we know about our world. Read more to learn what sparks the imaginations of our talented students and inspires their groundbreaking research, and how critical fellowship funding propels their success.

Kicking off a new academic year

Dear Graduate Student Community, I wanted to extend a very warm welcome to our incoming cohort of graduate and professional students. We…

What The Tech?!?

Start your semester off right by getting connected to the tech resources you need, including campus Wi-Fi, free software, device lending, campus…

Student Adobe License Access Change

All students (including student employees) who wish to receive an Adobe Creative Cloud license must submit a request. Adobe licenses are available…

Take Action on SHIP

Maintain continual access to SHIP You should enroll in at least one course before July 29, to maintain continuous access to the…