Roselyn Lindheim Award — January 2020

The Roselyn Lindheim Award in Environmental Design and Public Health honors the life and work of Roselyn Lindheim (1921-1987), Professor of Architecture…

SAGE-IGERT Fellowship Program — 10/19/15

The SAGE-IGERT Fellowship Program supports technology developments that will enable the conservation generation, or storage of clean energy, as well as innovative…

University of California Human Rights Fellowship — 2/21/2013

The Human Rights Center is holding its annual competition for student fellowships in partnership with organizations working on human rights issues. Registered students at UC Berkeley and the Graduate Theological Union are eligible, with priority given to graduate and returning students. 

2012 at Berkeley: a quick look back

A year with leaping lizards and tailed robots, a $60-million-dollar institute for Berkeley, a theory proven 40 years later, a crucial election, and a transition at the very top of the campus food chain.

Two Berkeley alums win MacArthur Fellowships

Two UC Berkeley alumni, both national leaders in their fields — one in fighting poverty, the other in battling disease — are among the 23 Americans named as this year's recipients of coveted MacArthur Fellowships.

Tackling a global health crisis, one toothbrush at a time

A Public Health alumna (and professor), Karen Sokal-Gutierrez, shocked by what junk food had done to young teeth in parts of the world where decay had been nearly unknown, founded a volunteer project that's now saving smiles in five countries around the world.