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  • Meet the future engineers

    3/12/2019 - About 350 students from across the East Bay descended on the Berkeley campus last weekend for Engineering for Kids (E4K), a one-day Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) event for low-income fourth-to-sixth grade students. The annual event is organized and hosted entirely by Berkeley students.

  • McLaughlin Hall, Macchi bears and the Campanile
    Berkeley Engineering retains #3 spot for grad schools

    3/11/2019 US News & World Report - UC Berkeley was again No. 3 in US News & World Report’s latest ranking of engineering graduate schools. All individual graduate programs were again among the top 10 in their field in the nation.

  • Business and engineering degrees
    The fast track to being a CEO-Engineer

    3/8/2019 Bloomberg Businessweek - Interest in combined programs that allow students to earn a degree in both engineering and business — like Berkeley’s Management, Entrepreneurship, & Technology (MET) program — is increasing among students and prospective employers.

  • Ray Chiu
    Po-Jui Chiu, Forbes 30 under 30

    3/5/2019 - Berkeley Engineering alum Po-Jui "Ray" Chiu was named one of Forbes' 30 Under 30 in the Energy category.

  • She256
    Disrupting the male dominated field of blockchain

    3/1/2019 Newsweek - UC Berkeley student Sara Reynolds (B.S. EECS '21) and fellow female coders started She(256), a nonprofit dedicated to diversity in the burgeoning blockchain industry. (The name is a play on SHA-256, a secure hash algorithm in the cryptological community.)

  • Greene and Banataos honored with UC Berkeley Achievement Awards

    2/22/2019 - This year, UC Berkeley is recognizing Diane Greene (M.S.’88 EECS) with the 2019 Campanile Excellence Achievement Award, as well as Dado and Maria Banatao with the Founders Award.

  • UC engineer
    UC campuses celebrate National Engineers Week

    2/21/2019 - In honor of National Engineers Week, University of California campuses are presenting snapshots of exemplary UC engineers, many of whom excelled despite formidable barriers and challenging backgrounds.

  • Moritz Hardt and Sergey Levine
    EECS professors win Sloan Fellowship

    2/20/2019 - Moritz Hardt and Sergey Levine have been named 2019 Sloan Research Fellows.

  • Eli Yablonovitch honored with Optical Society award

    2/8/2019 - The Optical Society, the leading global professional association in optics and photonics, announced that the 2019 Frederic Ives Medal/Jarus W. Quinn Prize will be presented to EECS professor Eli Yablonovitch. Yablonovitch is honored for “diverse and deep contributions to optical science including photonic crystals, strained semiconductor lasers, and new record-breaking solar cell physics.”

  • Claire Tomlin
    Claire Tomlin elected to engineering academy

    2/7/2019 - The National Academy of Engineering has elected EECS professor and alumna Claire Tomlin (Ph.D.’98 EECS) to its ranks. Tomlin was cited for her “contributions to design tools for safety-focused control of cyberphysical systems.”


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