Girls in Engineering camper works on a 3D-printed prosthetic hand

Young makers build helping hands

During the college’s weeklong Girls in Engineering program, young makers build kid-size prosthetic hands from 3-D-printed parts to donate to children in need.

Young makers build helping hands

7/15/2016, by Daniel McGlynn On Tuesday afternoons in June and July, 30 middle school-aged girls gather in one of the maker spaces in Jacobs Hall. They are participants in one of four weeklong sessions of Girls in Engineering , a summer program at Berkeley designed to increase diversity in STEM fields by inspiring girls...

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Women in Technology Round Table participants

Women in tech: Taking matters into their own hands

7/22/2016 Facing the dearth of women in senior positions in the field, the Women in Technology Leadership Round Table encourages participants to measure what they want to change, and to be bold.

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Better marching through algorithms

7/15/2016, by Daniel McGlynn Using computer code and a little ingenuity, an introductory engineering course helped solve a confounding problem for the Cal Marching Band.

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Cal Marching Band

Summer camp!

Berkeley Engineering is hopping this summer with programs to train current and future engineers.

Biodesign immersion studentsSummer Biodesign Immersion Experience: A summerlong program, funded by an NIH grant, that prepares bioengineers to bridge engineering innovation and unmet clinical needs.
Nuclear innovation bootcampNuclear Innovation Bootcamp: A partnership with the Nuclear Innovation Alliance, leading companies, labs and schools to train students in entrepreneurship and nuclear-specific concerns.
Girls in EngineeringGirls in Engineering: A hands-on camp for middle school girls to grow the next generation of engineering leaders.

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