Python Intermediate: Part 3 of 3

Online via Zoom

This three-part interactive workshop series is a follow-up to D-Lab’s Python Fundamentals. It covers loops and conditionals, creating your own functions, analysis and visualization in Pandas, and the workflow of a data science project. Learning Objectives After completing Python Intermediate, you will be able to: Understand and write for-loops. Understand and write if-statements. Write your own functions. Do basic operations in Pandas, including simple visualizations. Understand the basic workflow for a data science project. This workshop does not cover the following: Navigating Jupyter Notebooks, assigning variables, data types, and error messages. These are covered in Python Fundamentals. Advanced DataFrame manipulation. This is covered in Python Data Wrangling. Advanced data visualization. This is covered in Python Data Visualization. Workshop Structure Python Intermediate has 3 parts. Each of the parts takes 2 hours, and is delivered in a lecture-style coding walkthrough interrupted by challenge problems and a break. Instructors and TAs are dedicated to engaging you in the classroom and answering questions in plain language. Part 1: Control Flow and Functions Part 2: Data Analysis and Visualization Part 3: Project

PhD Career Chat: Ask Me Anything

Online via Zoom

This session is for graduate students, PhDs and postdocs. Join us for an online Ask Me Anything session. Topics can range from career exploration, to job search, negotiation strategies and more. Bring your questions!

2024 Grad Slam

Online via Zoom

The Berkeley Grad Slam 2024 campus competition will take place on Tuesday, April 9, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. via Zoom. All are welcome to watch as up to 10 semi-finalists present their research in three-minute talks. (Think mini Ted Talks.) Register for the event here and visit the Grad Slam page for more info!

Eid Cookie Baking Celebration

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Join Berkeley Law's Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Law (JMEIL) for a delightful Eid Cookie Baking Celebration on Tuesday April 9th at 4PM. This event is a perfect opportunity for graduate students to de-stress, connect, and partake in the sweet joy of celebrating Eid! We will be providing all the tools to bake the cookies as well as a light iftar meal to break the fast. Pre-Registration is required to avoid too many cooks in the kitchen, check back here for link.

Transportation Graduate Student Social

Raleigh's Pub 2438 Telegraph Ave, Berkeley

A Taco Tuesday happy hour social with transportation graduate students from engineering, planning, and other related disciplines! Join us at Raleigh's Pub on Tuesday, April 9 from 5-7 PM and discuss your favorite transit line, least favorite bike boulevard, and whether or not there was a faster route that could've been taken for our BART World Record.

Undocumented Alumni Panel

Online via Zoom

The alumni panel will give students the opportunity to hear directly from UC Berkeley undocumented almuni that are navigating the workforce and graduate school as full undocumented individuals. Date: Tuesday, April 9th, 5:30pm-7pm via ZOOM | Please RSVP

IGSM International Kitchen

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IGSM International Kitchen is a social event for graduate students to take a break from research and studies and relax over making the Chinese dish- Ground Pot Chicken 地锅鸡 together. Ground Pot Chicken is a delicious and traditional dish consisting of braised chicken and homemade noodles. Come ready to learn how to make this dish from volunteer IGSM mentors. This event is funded by Berkeley OASIS Center and Office of Graduate Student Life. Register here. We'll confirm your registration by sending you via email/text our location a few blocks off from the southeast side of campus. For more information about our group, please checkout:

Empowering Womxn of Color Conference Chat

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Join the Empowering Womxn* of Color Conference (EWOCC) to learn more about the resources and events we offer! Light refreshments will be served. Register here. Learn more about EWOCC *We use womxn to describe all who experience life through the lens of womxn in body, spirit, identity past, present, future and fluid.