You worked hard last semester; now it’s time to relax and explore the exciting activities in and around the Bay Area. Whether you’re looking for festivals, hiking, or family-oriented fun, the summer offers myriad possibilities!
EECS Peers is a network of upper level graduate students in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. They serve as a resource to students who are navigating issues with classes, advisors, exams, stress, and conflict.
Amid growing concern about the prevalence of sexual violence and sexual harassment on university campuses, UC Berkeley has announced plans to invest an additional $2.5M to strengthen its prevention, response, and support programs.
May 2016 marks the first National Mental Health Awareness Month, mental health organizations nationwide use this month to raise awareness, reduce stigma, and advocate for better resources for mental illness.
20 graduate students participated in UC Berkeley’s first Graduate Student Diversity and Inclusivity Training that featured facilitators from the Multicultural Education Project (MEP) and the Restorative Justice (RJ) Center.