From the dean

Dean's word: Ambidextrous entrepreneurs

11/1/2016 Dean Sastry announces a new partnership with Haas School of Business and the creation of the Management, Entrepreneurship, & Technology program.

Best of engineering and business, in one

From Dean Sastry

8/23/2016 - The M.E.T. Program, our exciting new partnership with the Haas School of Business, will guide students to earn two full B.S. degrees — one in engineering, one in business.

Dean's word: The future of intelligence

5/1/2016 Deep Learning technology has made a huge strides recently, advances built on pioneering research at Berkeley starting in the 1980s and carried on by a new generation of roboticists.

A time of celebration and sadness

From Dean Sastry

4/12/2016 - This spring we have come together as a community in celebration with engineering deans from across the country and in reflection as we mourn the passing of faculty colleague David Dornfeld.

Science and the public good

United Nations

11/17/2015 - To be equitable and sustainable, international development goals need to incorporate innovations in science and technology and harness the data revolution.

Dean's word: Disrupting health care by design

11/1/2015 An expanding network, including a new partnership with UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland, allows the joint efforts of alumni, faculty and students to engineer solutions and change the scope of improving health care.

More women in engineering - what's working?

ME professor Grace O'Connell and Girls in Engineering participants

6/17/2015 - From Dean Sastry: In order to increase the representation of women in engineering, we are moving beyond good intentions with proven strategies for sustaining their interest and fostering leadership.

How to attract female engineers

Female engineer

4/27/2015 New York Times - In a New York Times op-ed article, Lina Nilsson, innovation director for the Blum Center, writes that the key to increasing the number of female engineers may be to focus engineering projects and curriculums on achieving societal good.

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