03/21/18 — Berkeley computing pioneer David Patterson has won the A.M. Turing Award, considered the Nobel prize of computing, for his work on reduced instruction set computer microprocessors. The award, announced Wednesday by the Association for Computing Machinery, comes with a $1 million prize, which Patterson will share with co-winner John Hennessy.
03/19/18 — In the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings of graduate programs, Berkeley Engineering and its departments held steady or moved higher in all categories, including electrical engineering joining CEE as the top-ranked program in the nation.
01/01/18 — Gifts of all sizes make a BIG difference!
12/09/17 — As part of its effort to attract talented women and minority graduate computer science applicants, Berkeley Engineering has joined the NSF-funded FLIP Alliance (Diversifying Future Leadership In the Professoriate).
11/01/17 — With mugs in hand, the college community gratefully welcomes a new café on the ground floor of Etcheverry Hall.
11/01/17 — Dean Sastry, faculty keep the focus on tomorrow in new Berkeley Engineer
11/01/17 — In a Q&A with Berkeley Engineer, Dean Shankar Sastry outlines his vision for the future of the college and beyond.
10/16/17 Daily Californian — Electrical engineering, computer science and bioengineering professor Shankar Sastry will be stepping down from his position as dean of the College of Engineering, as announced in an email addressed to campus by Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Paul Alivisatos on Oct. 13.
10/13/17 — As Dean Sastry prepare to step down at the end of this academic year and return full-time to his faculty position, he reviews highlights of the work achieved by the college over the past decade.
10/13/17 — Dean Shankar Sastry is stepping down on July 1, 2018, after more than a decade leading the College of Engineering. He will return to teaching and research.
09/14/17 — U.S. News & World Report releases 2018 undergraduate program rankings, CEE retakes number one.
08/23/17 Haas News — The founding class of 40 students in the Management, Engineering, & Technology program arrived at Berkeley this week ready to learn from each other and from top faculty at both Berkeley Engineering and the Haas School of Business.
08/18/17 — Berkeley is launching BEGIN, the Berkeley Gateway to Innovation, as a virtual hub for innovation on campus. The site will connect entrepreneurs with Berkeley's robust network of innovation courses, incubators, accelerators, funding and social networks.
06/22/17 — Associate dean Oscar Dubón, professor of materials science and engineering, has been selected as UC Berkeley's next vice chancellor of equity and inclusion.
06/12/17 — The Berkeley Engineering community has an inviting new space for meetings and collaboration with the June 8 grand opening of the V&A Café in Etcheverry Hall.
05/26/17 — Chancellor-designate Carol Christ has appointed EECS professor David Culler as interim dean for the newly created Division of Data Sciences, effective July 1.
05/01/17 — With a unanimous vote by the regents in March, Carol Christ is now the 11th chancellor of UC Berkeley.
04/28/17 Daily Californian — UC Berkeley's College of Engineering and Haas School of Business are offering a highly selective two-degree program - the Management, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MET) program - that will begin in fall 2017.
04/03/17 — A delegation led by Taiwan's new minister of science and technology, Liang-gee Chen, learned about entrepreneurial activity at UC Berkeley during an April 3 visit hosted by the Dado and Maria Banatao Center for Global Learning and Outreach from Berkeley Engineering (GLOBE).
03/13/17 UCOP — UC President Janet Napolitano has selected Carol T. Christ, UC Berkeley's interim executive vice chancellor and provost and the former president of Smith College, as her choice to become Berkeley's next chancellor, the first woman to serve in the role. UC Regents will vote on the nomination Thursday.