Summer Classes are Starting at the Berkeley Art Studio!

The Berkeley Art Studio offers classes in ceramics, photography, drawing, painting, design, and printmaking. Classes are taught by professional artists who will help you gain a better understanding of a particular medium and realize your artistic vision. We welcome students of all skill levels. … Continued

UCHRI Calls for Applications

The University of California Humanities Research Institute (UCHRI) was founded as a multicampus research unit of the UC Office of the President under the UC Humanities Initiative, established by former UC President David P. Gardner in 1987. In 2009, a … Continued

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Beyond Academia Conference — 3/1 – 3/2/2018

The Beyond Academia conference features panels on a variety of career tracks that will provide you the opportunity to interact with successful and creative professionals.

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Welcome to the New Semester!

Welcome and orientation activities are underway – be sure that you and your fellow students access all that Berkeley offers!

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Workshop on Teaching for GSIs

The GSI Center’s Workshops on Teaching for GSIs cover a wide variety of topics related to university teaching and the GSI experience.

Getting the Mentoring You Need

The success of mentoring relationships depends not only on faculty but also on you as the mentee. Check out a dozen specific steps you can take to get the mentoring you need.

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Spotlight on D-Lab

Now that the rush of finishing coursework and papers for Spring 2016 is over, it’s time to think about summer. Those of you around Berkeley in the coming months may want to check out D-Lab.

RSVP Now for New Graduate Student Orientation

The New Graduate Student Orientation is just around the corner! Please take a moment to RSVP for this informative and educational event. We’ll provide welcome and keynote speakers, breakfast and lunch, and a vast array of workshops. Your prompt response helps … Continued

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Workshop: Negotiation for Graduate Students — 4/29/15

This workshop introduces key elements of the negotiation process, the use of bargaining tools, how to leverage your strengths and successfully close the deal. Presented by Debra Behrens, Ph.D. Dr. Debra Behrens is a Ph.D. career counselor in the Career … Continued

Workshop: Writing the Dissertation: Strategies and Pitfalls — 4/23/15

Writing the Dissertation: Strategies and Pitfalls Wednesday, April 23, 2015, 3:00 – 4:30 pm, 110 Sproul Hall  | Register Online This workshop focuses on the basic strategies of successfully writing a doctoral dissertation. It covers both strategies for organizing a large research project and for writing … Continued

Spring Teaching Workshops for GSIs

        The GSI Center’s Workshops on Teaching for GSIs cover a wide variety of topics related to university teaching and the GSI experience. The purpose of the series is to offer GSIs, and other graduate students interested … Continued

Workshop on Learning Academic Entitlement — 2/17 & 2/18/2015

Knowing What to Want, Asking for What You Need Presented by Assistant Dean for Graduate Diversity, Carla Trujillo, Ph.D. Student participants will learn strategies, tools, and insights on successfully navigating the road to and through the academy. The workshop will enable … Continued

Summer Institute for Preparing Future Faculty — 3/14/14

The deadline for applying to the Graduate Division’s 12th annual Summer Institute for Preparing Future Faculty is fast approaching. The program is geared to graduate students who have advanced to candidacy and are preparing for academic careers. The program aims to enable graduate … Continued

Seminar on Work Visas and Permanent Resident Options

There will be a visa seminar by nationally renowned immigration attorney Adam Green this Thursday entitled “Work Visas and Permanent Resident Options: Know Your Alternatives.” The information provided in this workshop is very important for postdocs who are looking for a position … Continued

Workshops for GSIs

The following workshops, sponsored by the GSI Teaching & Resource Center, fulfill requirements of the Center’s Certificate of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Supporting Student Inclusion and Well-Being October 21, 2013, 3-4:30 pm 110 Sproul Hall Syllabus and Course Design November 5, … Continued

The GSI Center’s upcoming Workshops on Teaching

These hands-on, practical workshops cover a wide variety of topics related to teaching and the GSI experience at the university level. They’re presented by the Graduate Division’s GSI Teaching and Resource Center.

Academic Services: upcoming workshops on writing

Writing and editing are a large,— but tamable — beast in the lives of many graduate students. Find out how to make them do what you want as you work on your dissertation, grant proposal, and more.


Graduate Division Workshops: Fall 2011

(Several workshops in our fall series have already taken place, but more are coming up, as detailed below.) GROW Workshop September 20 (Tuesday), 2 to 4 p.m., 110 Sproul Hall How to Write an Academic Grant Proposal Registration is required … Continued


The GSI Center’s Workshops on Teaching – Fall 2011

A professional development series for Graduate Student Instructors presented by the Graduate Division’s GSI Teaching & Resource Center, these Workshops on Teaching cover a wide variety of topics related to university teaching and the GSI experience and offer GSIs, and … Continued

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A new workshop series for international students

All members of the Berkeley community are welcome to attend a new series of workshops presented by the Berkeley International Office this spring. It’s called The International Student Experience at Berkeley: Pathways to Personal and Academic Success. Workshop titles include “Popular Culture: Why is Everything Super-sized?”, “History of Berkeley”, “Do You Speak American?”, and more.

A springful of workshops on teaching

Here is the the GSI Teaching & Resource Center’s spring schedule of Workshops on Teaching, a professional development series for GSIs. These workshops cover a wide variety of topics related to university teaching and the GSI experience. The purpose of … Continued