12/01/23 — EECS professors develop ‘A’s for All’ pilot
Education & outreach
11/17/23 — Inaugural cohort of scholars aspires “to create insightful, publicly minded solutions to the many challenges to democracy”
11/06/23 — A new sculpture outside Blum Hall honors engineering professor Joseph Gier, the first tenured Black professor in the UC system.
11/06/23 — The MAS-E degree is designed for professionals seeking “knowledge upgrades” in STEM fields.
11/06/23 — Our newest professional master’s degree program meets an important educational need in the tech sector.
08/29/23 — Flexible, streamlined curriculum to help professionals keep pace with rapid advances in technology fields
03/21/23 — Berkeley experts in artificial intelligence are studying how ChatGPT and similar tools will transform everything from admissions screening and research to writing college essays
11/07/22 — The Transfer Pre-Engineering Program (T-PREP) has won the 2022 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.
09/27/22 — Berkeley Engineering hosts 3-day workshop to address diversity in STEM academia
09/08/22 — New Yorker: The EECS professor says proposed California Math Framework could worsen disparities in STEM
08/09/22 — Dean Liu weighs in on consequential new bill to re-shore semiconductor manufacturing in the United States
07/19/22 — FIRE Foundry aims to increase diversity among fire crews and accelerate the adoption of advanced firefighting technologies
05/12/22 — LA Times: In this op-ed, Dean Tsu-Jae King Liu and Associate Provost Jennifer Chayes say a proposal to change California's K-12 math framework will leave students unprepared for STEM in college.
04/07/22 — Partnership with Oakland schools, civic leaders and local practitioners aims to bolster workforce, improve engineering equity
10/06/21 — New discipline debuts in fall 2022
10/06/21 — Annual workshop seeks to diversify STEM academic careers by giving senior-level Ph.D. candidates, postdocs and young scientists the tools they need to thrive
08/17/21 — Parts of the UC Berkeley campus were converted into a racecourse for high school students on Saturday (Aug. 14) as part of a Robot Open Autonomous Racing (ROAR) competition. The event capped the summer ROAR Academy in which dozens of students worked with autonomous driving algorithms and tested them in Python-based environments. The ROAR competition […]
05/28/21 Light the Way — $5 million from Freada Kapor Klein and Mitch Kapor will fund scholarships for marginalized populations, to help science and technology “look like America”
04/26/21 — Graduate student Gloria Tumushabe has launched Afro Fem Coders, a remote coding program for women in Africa.
04/26/21 — The myriad challenges of the past year underscore the significance of better preparing our students to become engineering leaders.