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Say goodbye to the"Classic" MELVYL library catalog; New library mobile website; Equitrac copy cards expire on June 30, 2011
University Health Services/Tang Center has announced its participation in the new 2011-12 University of California Student Health Insurance Plan (UC SHIP), a system-wide insurance plan covering more than 130,000 University of California students.
Have you ever wondered how the course evaluations you fill out at the end of every semester are used to improve teaching and learning on campus? If you are a current UC Berkeley student, this is your chance to share your opinion on the subject!
For many graduate students, traveling to conduct research is among the most rewarding aspects of their studies. But it can be anxiety-producing to fund the costs of travel.
Moffitt Library and Gardner (main) Stacks will be extending 24-Hour Study to include RRR Week and Finals Week this semester. For spring semester 2011, Moffitt Library and Gardner (main) Stacks will be open continuously from Sunday, May 1 at 1 p.m. through Friday, May 13 at 7 p.m.
An overview of campus housing for graduate students is available on the Living At Cal website.
After-Graduation Insurance Workshop; Clarify the best career path for you.
Since it’s an open house, Cal Day is a chance to see parts of the campus you haven’t wandered into before, many with guides, demonstrations, exhibits, and more. Got kids? There are activities for all ages.
Please be advised that the University of California Education Abroad Programs (UCEAP) in Japan have been suspended and travel assistance providers are assisting students with arrangements to return to the U.S. Please also be aware that the U.S. Department of State issued a travel warning last night.
If you own a green and white Equitrac copy card to use in printing and copying the campus libraries, you have until June 30, 2011 to use up the value on the card.
The Graduate Assembly seeks a new Project Coordinator for the Berkeley Graduate, a print and electronic publication published by the GA to serve graduate and professional students.
A distillation of facts and advice from the Graduate Fellowships Office staff, tips that might save you time as you embark on your quest for funding.
This spring, the campus has relaunched BearWALK, the night safety service, “reinvigorated with interactive and automated technology.” The enhancements are automated dispatch and a “live map” with shuttle tracking by GPS.
Clearly not a flash in the pan, the Empowering Women of Color Conference will hold its 26th iteration on Saturday, February 19, in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union. Keynote speakers are Angela Davis, Ericka Huggins, and Dylcia Pagán. Includes workshops, panels, plus vendors, food, performances, and music a-plenty. Admission: free to UC Berkeley students with IDs.
Sandia’s Summer Institute: Technology and Policy Tools for Energy in an Uncertain World is a new cross-discipline week-long research program for top graduate students from the nation’s premier universities. Twenty select graduate students will collaborate in small teams, working side-by-side with leading scientists from Sandia. Participants will develop new career skills by solving challenging problems in a fast-paced, collegial work environment.
Every year, the Graduate Division and the Graduate Assembly team up to call public attention to the exemplary and caring assistance individual…
Presenting this spring’s offerings from the Graduate Council Lectures and the Tanner Lectures on Human Values. These lectures (and the Tanner seminar) are free and open to the public.
The change in campus activity during the curtailment period affects how you need to think about safety. If you see something suspicious, call the police immediately using the non-emergency number, 510-642-6760. For emergency situations—any imminent threat to life or property—make an emergency call from campus, by dialing 9-1-1 from any landline phone, or 510-642-3333 from a cell phone.
Every year, the Graduate Division and the Graduate Assembly team up to call public attention to the exemplary and caring assistance individual faculty members have provided to their students.