11/07/22 — Berkeley Engineering will play a prominent role in efforts to address the workforce needs of the U.S. semiconductor industry.
09/13/22 — CDSS: New lab is building data tools that allow justice system workers, journalists and other non-programmers to benefit from the latest computer science advances
08/09/22 — Dean Liu weighs in on consequential new bill to re-shore semiconductor manufacturing in the United States
07/12/22 — Chicago Tribune: CEE professor Ashok Gadgil and other frustrated scientists call for a reorientation of climate research to drive effective action and transformative change
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.
04/18/22 — The CITRIS Aviation team is collaborating with Caltrans to lay the groundwork for air mobility in urban areas
04/15/22 — Close collaborations with public partners are key to the success of our research programs, helping us translate results into practical benefit.
04/15/22 — A study has found a strong association between present-day air pollution levels and historical patterns of redlining.
04/07/22 — Partnership with Oakland schools, civic leaders and local practitioners aims to bolster workforce, improve engineering equity
03/09/22 — Public Health: Research led by Berkeley civil engineers finds racism from the 1930s is still influencing environmental inequality today
02/16/22 — Tsu-Jae King Liu discusses role of universities in addressing labor shortage in the semiconductor industry
12/14/21 — The Kavli Center for Ethics, Science, and the Public, directed by EECS professor Stuart Russell, will equip the next generation of scientists with the tools to tackle the ethical and societal implications of their research.
12/01/21 — San Jose Mercury News: In the face of a global chip shortage, the country’s loss of its world leadership role is a threat to national security that Congress has a chance to fix, Dean Liu writes. (Subscription may be required)
10/21/21 — Berkeley News: Kammen, who holds joint appointments in energy and resources, public policy and nuclear engineering, will serve as senior adviser for energy, climate and innovation for the U.S. Agency for International Development.
09/02/21 — CNR: Five assistant professors, including civil and environmental engineering's Maya Carrasquillo, will bring their disparate perspectives to research on battling the “climate gap”
07/20/21 — Machine-learning breakthrough from Berkeley-based project could support action worldwide on climate, health and poverty
06/25/21 — EECS professor Randy Katz, vice chancellor for research, and former Berkeley Lab director and U.S. energy secretary Steven Chu will take part in a livestreamed June 30 congressional roundtable on ethnic profiling of Chinese American scientists
06/25/21 School of Public Health — A paper co-authored by IEOR associate professor Anil Aswani showed that Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program recipients who had more available time were able to prepare higher quality meals
04/28/21 Washington Post — “The deck is stacked against people of color,” says civil and environmental engineering assistant professor Joshua Apte
06/26/20 Futurism — Digital forensics expert and EECS professor Hany Farid lays out the greatest digital threats facing the country, and how to combat them