From Beaux Arts architect Julia Morgan to tech luminaries like Diane Greene, Steve Wozniak and Eric Schmidt, Berkeley Engineering alumni have made an indelible impact across society. In 117+ countries, our 73,000+ alumni comprise one of the most innovative, talented, and networked communities in the world. If you haven’t connected with us for a while, this is a good place to start.
Invention, innovation, and imagination: Our Berkeley Engineer magazine is filled with stories of interest to our alumni, as well as updates on the lives and careers of your fellow alums. Click below for a glimpse into some of these stories.
From the latest issue:
The years you spent at Berkeley Engineering were just the beginning. Now you’ve gone on to build your careers, shape your lives, and acquire some well-earned wisdom. Our alumni community is one of our strongest assets, a rich resource for information and inspiration. In the Alumni Spotlight, we feature members of this vibrant community, sharing news on what they’re up to now.
Leslie Field (MEng ’20 BioE) (M.S.’89, Ph.D.’91 EECS) learned to tackle the hardest problems first during her time in EECS. Now she’s working to combat climate damage through her own nonprofit and consulting company.