From the dean

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  • Dean Sastry
    Dean's word: Future bound: Partners wanted

    11/1/2017 - Dean Sastry ponders what’s in store for the future here at the college, and how to connect that vision to reality.

  • Engineering Commencement at the Greek Theatre
    Achievements & innovations, College of Engineering, 2007-2017

    10/13/2017 - 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.

  • From Dean Sastry
    Dean's word: Inventing a better future

    5/1/2017 - The college is preparing to launch a new initiative, one with an audacious goal: to invent a better, more promising future for generations to come.

  • 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.

  • From Dean Sastry
    Best of engineering and business, in one

    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.

  • From Dean Sastry
    A time of celebration and sadness

    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.

  • United Nations
    Science and the public good

    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.

  • ME professor Grace O'Connell and Girls in Engineering participants
    More women in engineering - what's working?

    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.