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The 2023 Berkeley Grad Slam takes place Tuesday April 11, 2022 from 3:00 p.m. – 5:00p.m. During the campus competition, Berkeley graduate students will showcase their research in a series of three-minute talks. (Think mini Ted Talks.)
Register to watch the 2023 Grad Slam(opens in a new tab). Registration is not required, but helpful as we will send reminders leading up to the event.
You can watch the competition live on this page.
Last year Berkeley’s first-place winner, Justin Lee went on to compete against the other UC finalists at the UC-wide and won first place!