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Seven UC Graduate Deans advocate for graduate education.
Berkeley graduate students headed to Sacramento to educate lawmakers about the importance of graduate research and its contribution to California’s economy and progress.
The Washington Institute’s Soref fellowship is for those with an advanced degree who are considering whether to pursue a career in government…
Berkeley students join peers at the State Capitol to advocate for research funding to UC.
The Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship is a transatlantic educational program from Humanity in Action. The Fellowship offers 24 American and European graduate students…
On June 4th, a group of deans and graduate students from all UC campuses attended the Graduate Research Advocacy Day in Sacramento. They spoke with lawmakers about the value of graduate education to the State of California.