Berkeley Lab’s Workforce Development & Education (WD&E) Department has one opening for a Communications Student Assistant to research, write, and edit impact reports and other work about our science education programs. Additionally, the student assistant will maintain our social media presence (by creating … Continued
Graduate students writing dissertations focusing on higher education are invited to apply for membership in a research seminar, co-sponsored by the Social Science MATRIX, to be held in 2018-19. The seminar will enable students to meet and work with colleagues … Continued
EducationUSA is recruiting virtual interns from the U.S. for supporting EducationUSA projects! The two interns will work with a cohort of about 70 Ukrainians seeking admission to bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral programs in the U.S. Interns will engage with students by … Continued
Funded by the Barbara Y. White Fund through the Graduate School of Education, this work has been designed by Laleh Coté, a doctoral student in the SESAME program. Laleh will serve as the main point of contact, and Dr. Alan Schoenfeld … Continued
Graduate students writing dissertations focusing on higher education are invited to apply for membership in a research seminar to be held in 2015-16, co-sponsored by the Center for Studies in Higher Education and Social Science MATRIX. Participants in the seminar will be called … Continued
A new student-led program aimed at helping provide training and support to graduate students in the School of Social Welfare was launched this year. Social Workers in Classrooms was created after a group of graduate students in the School of … Continued
Humanity in Action has opened applications for the 2015 Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship, a graduate-level educational fellowship. This transatlantic program brings together 24 American and European graduate students to study international relations and global diversity in a collaborative setting. The program … Continued
Four UC Berkeley students were awarded National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship for their research in the field of education. Each recipient was given a $25,000 cash prize for the 2014-15 academic year and an opportunity to network with members of NAE and other senior scholars during a retreat.
So far, nobody’s let the cat out of the bag, so the surprise has been total in every case. Despite Berkeley’s long tradition of protest and California’s reputation for spontaneity, faculty members here simply don’t expect to be interrupted by outsiders while they’re teaching a class. When it dawns on them that the invasion brings unexpected but happy news for them personally, decorum goes out the window.