“Students are going to understand how to collaborate across disciplines while respecting and appreciating the viewpoints, values and concerns of others about a design,” Eric Paulos says. “I fundamentally believe that this is the future of the practitioner. They will have to know how to co-create things.”
Many hands-on labs, shops and workspaces around campus allow students to learn by doing.
Berkeley graduate students and professors at the Laboratory for Manufacturing and Sustainability, led by mechanical engineering chair David Dornfeld, are guiding factory owners and builders to a green manufacturing future.
ITS graduate student Dan Howard re-envisioned the Berkeley campus in the style of the iconic London Underground map.