Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Institute of International Studies Undergraduate Merit Scholarship - Info and Application

INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES UNDERGRADUATE MERIT SCHOLARSHIP

Description: IIS is seeking to award a series of merit scholarships of up to $2000 each to support undergraduate research in any area of international studies. Research may be conducted while in EAP, or independently. The scholarship recipients will be called IIS Junior Scholars. After completing their research projects, award recipients are required to submit a four-page research summary and attend the IIS Junior Scholars Conference held on-campus at the end of the 2012-2013 academic year. Several Junior Scholars will be asked to present their work in poster format at the conference. Junior scholars with the strongest research project, as determined by an IIS faculty panel, will each receive an additional $1000 prize. There will also be an opportunity to compete for the Best Poster Award, an additional $250 prize.

Eligibility: Open to any UC Berkeley junior or senior with a minimum 3.5 GPA who has completed at least one semester of study in residence at Berkeley. All majors are eligible and encouraged to apply.

Award Amount: Up to $2000 with the opportunity to win an additional $1000 for best research project and an additional $250 for best poster.

Due Date: Monday, November 26, 2012
Application: iis.berkeley.edu/content/undergraduate-merit-scholarships
Please email iis.grants@berkeley.edu with any questions, or call 510-642-2474.

EAP Cambridge Summer 2013 Program Info Session - Nov 1

EAP Cambridge PKP Summer 2012 Program

We're hosting an Information Meeting next Thursday, November 1st, from 6-8 p.m in 106 Moffitt Library. 
The Programme Director Greg Lewis and returned students will be on hand to answer questions. The Pembroke Kings Program offers instruction by Cambridge professors in the following subjects: anthropology, biology & neuroscience, creative writing & writing for film, theater, sports & travel, business & management, economics & finance, education, English literature & linguistics, history, history of art, architecture & film, independent study in a field of choice, international relations, law, mathematics, philosophy

Design Competition for a nonprofit "Community Center in Myanmar" - Deadline Nov 17

We are currently administering a new design competition for a non-profit “Community Center in Myanmar.” The award is $2,000 and the deadline is November, 17th, 2012. There is no participation fee and your students can participate in this design challenge by visiting arcbazar.com and signing-up for it for free.

-Arcbazar 

Round Table on Fiat Lux - Nov 15

SAVE THE DATE!
Thursday November 15, 5-7pm
Wurster 112

Round table on FIAT LUX,
by Ansel Adams and Nancy Newhall

A College-wide discussion on the past and future visions of UC Berkeley
with Sam Davis, Janet Delaney, Kristina Hill, Malo Hutson, Ananya Roy, moderator, Andy Shanken, and
Fiat Lux photo montage by Jason Miller

NOW SHOWING:
‘Fiat Lux Redux,’ at the Bancroft Library
A collection of Ansel Adams prints of the UC campuses in 1968

Comp. Lit 20: Shakespeare and the World - Great Course to Satisfy Arts & Lit. Breadth

 This is a great course to satisfy Arts and Literature Breadth, a fantastic introduction to Comparative Literature and just a fun class if a student would like the opportunity to study Shakespeare and his peers.

Comp Lit 20:1, Shakespeare and the World
MWF 11-12:00
126 Barrows
CCN 17308
T. Hampton

Discussion Sections:
20:101, Mon 10-11:11, 210 Dwinelle, A. Gadberry
20:102, Tu 11-12:00, 189 Dwinelle, K. Crim
20:103, Wed 10-11:00 214 Haviland, K. Crim
20:104, Wed 2-3:00, 204 Dwinelle, A. Gadberry

In many ways Shakespeare is the literary inventor of modernity. His plays depict the psychological, political, economic, and social upheavals that mark the transition from the pre-modern world to a world that is recognizably our own. But he is also the most international of all writers. This course will explore Shakespeare’s extraordinary literary originality by studying his most influential plays in an international context. We will locate Shakespeare in the culture of his period by reading his plays in dialogue with masterworks from across Renaissance Europe. We will consider how he and his contemporaries engage with issues of international scope at a time (like our own) of extraordinary political, religious, and economic turmoil. We will read eight major plays by Shakespeare, as well as works by Machiavelli, Montaigne, Rabelais, Cervantes, Erasmus, and Petrarch. This course thus offers an introduction to early modern Europe, an exercise in reading literature in an international context, and an in-depth study of a major author.

Reading List:
· Shakespeare Plays
· Machiavelli, The Prince
· Calderón, Life is a Dream
· Cervantes, Exemplary Stories

Some comments from past students of this class:
"Professor Hampton is an amazing professor who clearly cares about his students and Shakespeare"
"I looked forward to coming to this class. I looked forward to doing the reading for this class. I only wish it was a year-long course so that I could be around the material, GSI's and professor for another semester"
"Professor Hampton is completely awesome. There isn't one single thing I would change about him or this class"
"Professor Hampton is funny and engaging and set the course up in an effective and powerful manner."

Public Policy & International Affairs Fellowship Program - Info and Application (Deadline Extended Nov 5)

UC PPIA Fellowship Application deadline is November 1, 2012.
_____________________

APPLY NOW!

The Public Policy & International Affairs (PPIA) Fellowship Program at the University of California, Berkeley, Goldman School of Public Policy is accepting applications for the summer of 2013.

Program Information
The Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Junior Summer Institute is an intensive seven week academic training program for college juniors. The summer institute prepares undergraduate students for graduate studies in public policy, international affairs and law. Participants complete coursework in economics, statistics, policy analysis and law; and visit local, state and federal government agencies and non-profit organizations. Each year we select 30 students to participate in the program from across the country. Through GSPP’s partnership with Berkeley Law School, ten out of the 30 students are admitted as UCPPIA Law Fellows due to their interest in pursuing joint degrees in public policy and law.

Benefits
PPIA Fellows Receive:
* Assistance with travel expenses to and from the Summer Institute
* Summer Stipend
* Room and Board
* A minimum $5000 fellowship from a consortium graduate school where the PPIA Fellow is accepted
** Please note: The 2013 UCPPIA Program is contingent upon state funding.

Eligibility Criteria (http://gspp/ppia/criteria.html)
* Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents
* Applicants must apply during their junior year of college
* Applicants must have a demonstrated interest in policy issues most affecting historically underserved communities, including African Americans, Asian Americans/South Asians, Native Americans, Pacific Islanders, Latinos/as and a commitment to working on these issues, as shown by past and/or current service.

Application
The application deadline has been extended to November 5, 2012.

For more information, please visit our website at: http://gspp.berkeley.edu/ppia/index.html
For the online application and to apply, visit: http://www.ppiaprogram.org/app/
Please contact Ursela Knezevic, Program Manager, email: urselak@berkeley.edu / (510) 642-1855, if you have any questions or would like additional information.

Master of Urban Regional Planning at UCLA - Info from a Former Student

Forwarded message from a former student - Might be a program to look into:

Hi Donna,
My name is Fernanda. I graduated from UC Berkeley with an Urban Studies B.A. in 2011. I am now a Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) student at UCLA. I thought that the MURP program would be of interest to Urban Studies students and so I am sending you information about an admissions/diversity workshop we are hosting at UCLA on October 29. (*Note - Workshop date has passed, but program might be something to consider)

Thanks,
Fernanda Roveri
UCLA MURP '14

Career Positions with Environment America

*CAREER POSITIONS WITH ENVIRONMENT AMERICA*

Environment America, the federation of state-based environmental advocacy groups like Environment California, is in the process of hiring soon-to-be-college graduates into our 2-year fellowship program. We are looking for people who have the commitment and the talent it takes to fight for our environmental values across the country. As a fellow, you'd get a two-year crash course in the nuts and bolts of environmental activism and political organizing and advocacy - working alongside senior staff to plan and run grassroots campaigns, lobby lawmakers, set up and speak at news conferences, organize town hall meetings, identify new members, raise money, recruit and manage staff and much more. For more information visit us
at http://jobs.environmentamerica.org/.

International Honors Program: Cities in the 21st Century Study Abroad Info Session - Nov 1

International Honors Program (IHP): Cities in the 21st Century Study Abroad Information Session
Thursday, November 1st, 2-3pm
316D Wurster Hall

Come learn more about this popular study abroad program. Courses have been pre-approved to transfer to your major. See here for more information: http://www.ced.berkeley.edu/component/option,com_extcalendar/Itemid,0/&Itemid=/extmode,view/extid,2070/

Campuswide Graduation Ceremony for Fall 12 Graduates - Dec 16

Campuswide graduation ceremony for fall 12 graduates:

[2012 December Graduation]
Sunday, December 16
1 p.m.
Haas Pavilion

Student must purchase their tickets by November 19 to be listed in the printed program.
Tickets available for purchase at the Grad Fair November 6 & 7.
Tickets available for purchase online beginning November 8.
For details, visit: commencement.berkeley.edu

Next Generation Design Competition - Announcement and Application Info

This year Metropolis challenges you to develop solutions that empower, advance, and include groups often overlooked in the design process (including but not limited to, our rapidly increasing aging population and citizens with disabilities). The annual Next Generation® Design Competition is open for entries. Consider the 1.13 billion people with unique needs worldwide.

1.13 billion is a difficult figure to wrap your head around. Think of your own mother, father, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and friends. Your submissions should help your own relations, as well as others, to live better lives, beautifully.

The competition strives for solutions at all scales, from systems, experiences, places, to spaces, products, or any area that needs to be made inclusive and empowering. Submissions can be conceptual, in the early stages of development, near completion, or completed and ready for the next phase of development. The ideas must have the potential to be made, built, or otherwise realized.

The winner of Next Generation receives a $10,000 prize, but, more importantly, that person or team receives career-building international attention.

Application is now open! Deadline for entries is February 18, 2013.
Email NextGen@metropolismag.com with any questions.

Design Like You Give a Damn Conference Nov 12-13

CONFERENCE
November 12-13, 2012   |  Autodesk Gallery, 1 Market Street #200, San Francisco
Design Like you Give a Damn
Design Like You Give a Damn: LIVE! 2012 is the preeminent practitioners' forum on humanitarian design and community development. Hear cutting-edge panel discussions, participate in small-group workshops and be wowed by rapid-fire presentations during Design Open Mic. Note that the student registration fee is $30.

Harvard National Collegiate Research Conference - Deadlines Approaching

NCRC is an opportunity for undergraduate researchers to share their work while hearing from leaders in various fields of research. Topics in the sciences, humanities, and interdisciplinary fields are all encouraged. For information about our recent conference please see our website at http://www.hcura.org/ncrc/2012/.

This year, NCRC will feature undergraduate oral and poster presentations, professional keynote speakers, and panel discussions. Students interested in applying for plenary speaker presentations must submit their abstracts by the early registration date, October 26, 2012. Poster session abstract submission is due by November 16, 2012. Additionally, students wishing to attend without poster or plenary presentations may apply by November 16, 2012. Accepted applicants will pay a $60 registration fee to cover conference expenses including lodging, meals, programming, and poster printing.

All abstracts submitted for plenary presentation undergo review for speaker selection and potential awarding of travel scholarships. Monetary prizes will be awarded during NCRC based on judging of poster and plenary presentations with first place awards of $500. Students interested in applying should do so at http://www.hcura.org/. Also, contact ced.advising.edu@gmail.com for a participant information packet if interested.

The Green Initiative Fund - Job Opportunities, News, and Events

1.  Now Hiring: CACS Green Labs Research Associates
Job Posting ID 823693 on Callisto or contact ced.advising.frontdesk@gmail.com for description.
2. Now Hiring: Green Purchasing Associate(s)
http://sustainability.berkeley.edu/general_pdfs/Green%20Purchasing%202012%20Job%20Desc.pdf
3. Now Hiring: Curriculum and Research Associate
http://sustainability.berkeley.edu/general_pdfs/Curriculum%20and%20Research%20Intern%202012%20Job%20Desc.pdf
4. Staff Sustainability Trainings
http://sustainability.berkeley.edu/os/pages/projects/workbright_green.shtml
5. 2011 Campus Sustainability Report Now Available
http://sustainability.berkeley.edu/os/pages/reports/docs/2011_Campus_Sustainability_Report.pdf
6. October issue of Bright Green News from the Office of Sustainability
http://sustainability.berkeley.edu/os/pages/newsletter/docs/BrightGreenNewsV36_1012.pdf
7. October Issue of PowerSave Green Campus Chronicles
http://issuu.com/powersavecampus/docs/ucb_october_2012
8. Recent Cal graduate Kelley Doyle wins Undergraduate Student Research on Campus Sustainability Award
http://www.aashe.org/highlights/press-releases/campus-sustainability-innovation-honored-aashe-2012
9. California Student Sustainability Coalition Convergence, Fall 2012
Butte College, Nov. 9th-12th
https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/events/202368593226846/
http://www.sustainabilitycoalition.org/fall-2012-convergence/register-to-attend
10. Greenbuild 2012: San Francisco November 14-16th
http://www.greenbuildexpo.org/Home.aspx

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Graduation Speaker Auditions: Oct 25-26

Forwarded Message for Graduating Seniors:
 Hello,
My name is Joanna and I'm part of The Californians, a student group responsible for organizing the general graduation commencements. I was wondering if you could reach out to the graduating seniors with your respective colleges to see if they would be interested to audition to be student speaker for the graduation? It would be an exciting opportunity to get them involved and distinguish themselves as the student representative at graduation. We will be holding auditions at 108 Wheeler on October 25 and 26 from 7-9 pm. Interested seniors only need to come drop by any one of those days.
Best,
Joanna

UC Berkeley Extension - Info Session October 25

UC Berkeley Extension Programs
Thursday, October 25, 5-6:30 pm
305 Wurster

Please RSVP
to hagstrom@berkeley.edu or http://tinyurl.com/UCBExtension

Learn about the certificates and programs offered by UC Berkeley Extension in Interior Design and Interior Architecture, Project Management, Visual Arts, Graphic Design, and Landscape Architecture. UC Berkeley Extension offers professional certificates, specialized programs of study and teaching credentials, in class and online, for professional and educational advancement. Thursday, October 25, 5:00-6:30 pm in 305 Wurster Hall.

Big Ideas Financial Literacy Competition - Announcement and Proposal Information

Big Ideas Financial Literacy Competition: Deadline November 6th!!

Big Ideas@Berkeley is an annual innovation contest aimed at providing funding, support, and encouragement to students who have innovative solutions to challenges facing our campus, community or world. This year up to $300,000 is available to students with Big Ideas!!

The "Financial Literacy" category seeks solutions that empower young adults with the basics of banking, saving, budgeting and investing. How can we better equip high school students or incoming freshmen with the basics of managing sources of funding such as financial aid (grants/scholarships/loans), credit cards, pre-paid debit cards, among others?

Proposals should: 1.) Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the financial challenges and issues facing young adults as they continue their education, and, 2.) Develop a system/plan/technology that serves to inform, prepare and empower students to take control of their financial futures.

For more information, visit: http://bigideas.berkeley.edu/contest/financial/
Contest Deadline: Nov. 6th, 5pm.

Undergraduate Research Deadlines, Oct 10 - Dec 16

Dear Undergraduates, Happy Fall! Many of you have already started working on your applications for spring/summer 2013 research opportunities, but if you haven't, now is a great time to start. In particular, Workshop B can help you get started on writing your research proposal, so take advantage of the individualized attention.

This newsletter will cover the following items:
1. Undergraduate research workshops ("Getting started" and "Writing a research proposal") taking place over the next few weeks
2. Research Program deadlines and info sessions through mid-December
 3. Undergraduate Research Journals: Be an author or an editor of research written by Berkeley undergraduates. See this section to view undergraduate research journals' web sites to learn about their calls for editors and submissions -- fall 2012 deadlines are fast approaching! *************************************************** -------------------------------
I. WORKSHOPS OCTOBER 16-OCTOBER 31
Undergraduate Research Opportunities for International Students Workshop | October 17 | 12-1 p.m. | International House, room location posted at front entrance This workshop is designed with the needs of international students in mind. It will focus on getting started in undergraduate research through the Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program (URAP), as well as scholarships to fund independent research that are open to international students. Students who are new to UC-Berkeley are especially encouraged to attend. The workshop is sponsored jointly through the Berkeley International Office ( <http://internationaloffice.berkeley.edu/>http://internationaloffice.berkeley.edu/) and the Office of Undergraduate Research (<http://research.berkeley.edu/>http://research.berkeley.edu/).

 How to get started in undergraduate research: Workshop A Workshop | October 17 | 1-2 p.m. | 9 Durant Hall
Tuesday, October 23, 2012 How to get started in undergraduate research: Workshop A Workshop | October 23 | 11 a.m.-12 p.m. | 9 Durant Hall Thursday, October 25, 2012

Writing a Research Proposal: Workshop B Workshop | October 25 | 2-3:30 a.m. | 9 Durant Hall

Judith Lee Stronach Baccalaureate Prize Info Session: Funding for your post graduation project Information Session | October 25 | 4-5 p.m. | 9 Durant Hall Wednesday, October 31, 2012 For more information on the Stronach Prize, see: <http://research.berkeley.edu/stronach/>http://research.berkeley.edu/stronach/

How to get started in undergraduate research: Workshop A Workshop | October 31 | 10-11 a.m. | 9 Durant Hall Later workshop dates will appear at: <http://events.berkeley.edu/index.php/calendar/sn/ugr.html>http://events.berkeley.edu/index.php/calendar/sn/ugr.html Workshop content is described at this link: <http://research.berkeley.edu/haas_scholars/schedule.html>http://research.berkeley.edu/haas_scholars/schedule.html ***************************************************

 II. UPCOMING RESEARCH PROGRAM DEADLINES
10/17/2012 THE CHARLES H. PERCY UNDERGRADUATE GRANT FOR PUBLIC AFFAIRS RESEARCH (DEADLINE October 17!) The Institute of Governmental Studies will award 6 research grants of up to $500 each to UC Berkeley undergraduate students who are researching an aspect of American politics, including public opinion, electoral behavior, civic participation, government institutions, social movements, and public policy. STUDENTS FROM A BROAD RANGE OF DISCIPLINES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY. Applications are available at: <http://igs.berkeley.edu/csr/csr_percy_grant.html>http://igs.berkeley.edu/csr/csr_percy_grant.html, and are due October 17th.

10/19/12 by 4 pm Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues Undergraduate Mini-grant Program <http://crnai.berkeley.edu/research/mini-grants>http://crnai.berkeley.edu/research/mini-grants

11/01/2012 Estimated deadline BIOLOGY FELLOWS PROGRAM <http://bsp.berkeley.edu/bfp.html>http://bsp.berkeley.edu/bfp.html

11/02/2012 Center for Middle Eastern Studies Undergrad Research Grant <http://research.berkeley.edu/otheropps/CMEStemp10-5-11.html>http://research.berkeley.edu/otheropps/CMEStemp10-5-11.html

11/06/2012 Berkeley Big Ideas--Emerging and Neglected Diseases Competition <http://bigideas.berkeley.edu/contest/emerging-neglected-diseases-competition>http://bigideas.berkeley.edu/contest/emerging-neglected-diseases-competition

11/11/2012 Global Health Disparities International Summer Research Fellowship The program provides training in infectious diseases and health disparity research, with a focus on diseases that disproportionately affect people in developing countries. Application information and descriptions of the summer 2013 research projects are available at <http://globalhealth.berkeley.edu/mhirt>http://globalhealth.berkeley.edu/mhirt.

11/15/2012 CENTER FOR THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RIGHT-WING MOVEMENTS UNDERGRADUATE MINI-GRANT <http://ccsrwm.berkeley.edu/programs>http://ccsrwm.berkeley.edu/programs

11/15/2012 Brazilian Studies Association (BRASA) 2013 Brazilian Initiation Scholarship Competition $1,500 scholarship to do exploratory research or language study in Brazil. Preference is given to college seniors with little to no experience in Brazil. Students from all disciplines in the humanities and social sciences are eligible (and some natural sciences as well.) For more information and application details, see the BRASA website: <http://www.brasa.org/>http://www.brasa.org/

11/26/2012 INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES UNDERGRADUATE MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS IIS is seeking to award a series of merit scholarships of up to $2000 each to support undergraduate research in any area of international studies. Research may be conducted while in EAP, or independently. The scholarship recipients will be called IIS Junior Scholars. After completing their research projects, award recipients are required to submit a four-page research summary and attend the IIS Junior Scholars Conference held on-campus at the end of the 2012-2013 academic year. Several Junior Scholars will be asked to present their work in poster format at the conference. Junior scholars with the strongest research project, as determined by an IIS faculty panel, will each receive an additional $1000 prize. There will also be an opportunity to compete for the Best Poster Award, an additional $250 prize. Eligibility: Open to any UC Berkeley junior or senior with a minimum 3.5 GPA who has completed at least one semester of study in residence at Berkeley. All majors are eligible and encouraged to apply. <http://iis.berkeley.edu/content/undergraduate-merit-scholarships><http://iis.berkeley.edu/content/undergraduate-merit-scholarships>iis.berkeley.edu/content/undergraduate-merit-scholarships

11/30/2012 Estimated Deadline VIGRE UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PROGRAM IN STATISTICS <http://www.stat.berkeley.edu/27>http://www.stat.berkeley.edu/27

SPONSORED PROJECTS FOR UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH (SPUR - CNR)--student initiated 12/10/2012 <http://nature.berkeley.edu/site/spur.php>http://nature.berkeley.edu/site/spur.php

More research program deadlines -- most are in the early spring -- appear at <http://research.berkeley.edu/opportunities.php?option=bab>http://research.berkeley.edu/opportunities.php?option=bab Note that the list can be sorted by deadline or in alphabetical order by program name. Also note the search button on the left side of the page. *************************************************** III.

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH JOURNALS SEEK EDITORS AND AUTHORS Berkeley Undergraduate Journal Since 1989 has published UCB undergraduate research in the social sciences and humanities. Affiliated with the Office of Undergraduate Research. <http://escholarship.org/uc/our_buj>http://escholarship.org/uc/our_buj

Berkeley Scientific Journal (Publishes research in the sciences, and also has features articles written by staff members; affiliated with the Office of Undergraduate Research) <http://www.ocf.berkeley.edu/%7Ebsj/>http://www.ocf.berkeley.edu/~bsj/ <http://escholarship.org/uc/our_bsj>http://escholarship.org/uc/our_bsj <mailto:bsj.berkeley@gmail.com>bsj.berkeley@gmail.com, editor in chief Manisha Rai:
 <mailto:rai.manisha@gmail.com>rai.manisha@gmail.com
 Troika (Slavic Studies) <http://troika.berkeley.edu/>http://troika.berkeley.edu/
Comparative Literature Undergraduate Journal <http://ucb-cluj.org/>http://ucb-cluj.org/

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

AIA East Bay Event "Housing the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs," Oct 17

Housing the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs: Live/Work, event sponsored by AIA East Bay on Wednesday, Oct 17th

http://aiaeb.org/2012/10/oct12cnu/

CASA Alumni Scholarship - Eligibility and Application Info

Hi everyone. Please consider applying for a CASA Alumni Scholarship. Contact the Front desk at ced.advising.frontdesk@gmail.com for the application. .Note that students in all CED majors/programs are eligible to apply.  -Susan

Students who meet the following are eligible to apply for an award:
· Are enrolled as full time undergraduate or graduate student for at least one semester of the current year.
· Are enrolled in any of the programs at CED including: Architecture, City & Regional Planning, Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning, or Urban Design
· Have chosen to study at CED and you consider yourself to be from a social and economically challenged community.
· You are a student pursuing a definitive course of study to enter the professions or in pursuit of a teaching career.
· Are registered on the CASAalumni Website (You do not need to be in CASA or just in the Architecture program to sign up to the website. We strongly encourage students in City and Regional Planning, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning or Urban Design to sign up!)

Application Requirements:
Section 1: Educational / Personal Information
· Contact information
· A headshot of yourself in the textbox of this document
 Section 2: Narrative
· Provide up to a 500 word statement addressing the items listed in Section 2 of this application.
Section 3: Sample Work
Post a minimum of two work products / projects on the CASA Website (www.casa-ucberkeley.org) and paste samples of those projects in this document. Student work can be in Architecture, City & Regional Planning, Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning, or Urban Design and can include photography, artwork, computer models, physical models, or academic papers or thesis. (Attach your paper to your application; do not post it on the website.)

The following criteria are used to evaluate applications:
1. Samples of Student Work.
2. Your Narrative Statement and its relevance to your field of study.
3. Participation with CED student organizations and/or community.
4. Contributions made to CED and student body.
5. Professional or academic promise.

Decisions made on the award of prizes are final and are made at the sole discretion of the CASA Alumni Scholarship Committee. All CED Students meeting the standards and criteria guidelines are encouraged to apply!



BERC Energy Symposium & Innovation Expo - Oct 15-19

The BERC Energy Symposium is the premier energy event at UC Berkeley and the largest student-run energy conference on the West Coast. Key players from the research, business development, policy and economics communities converge on Berkeley’s campus to explore innovative ideas and provide a platform for vibrant discussion among hundreds of attendees.

The 2012 Symposium theme is Tensions in Energy: Aligning Innovation, Investment, and Policy.

The 2012 Energy Symposium is a two-day event includes:
prE-Symposium (Monday – Wednesday, Oct 15 – 17): an online launch of the Symposium before the on-campus event to provide Symposium attendees with valuable panel background information and to expand access for those who can’t attend the Energy Symposium.

Innovation Expo (Thursday 6-9pm, Oct 18th): a showcase of the latest energy and resources breakthroughs in the fields of science, engineering, policy, economics, and others presented by researchers at UC Berkeley, LBNL and from our colleagues across the U.S. and beyond.

Energy Symposium (Friday 8am-6pm, Oct 19th): featuring eight engaging and in-depth panel discussions, a fireside chat, and two keynote addresses followed by a post-conference reception.

Keynotes:
Dan Arvizu - Director of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Nancy Pfund – Founder and Managing Partner, DBL Investors

All events are located at the MLK Student Union at UC Berkeley.
To purchase tickets visit: http://berc.berkeley.edu/tickets/
For specific questions contact: symposium@berc.berkeley.edu

Engineering Courses Possibly of Interest to CED Students

CED students,
The College of Engineering has put together a list of courses that are open to all students. You may be interested in some of these.



1 unit courses appropriate for all levels.
Guest lecture series. No technical knowledge required or assumed.
Civil Engineering 92           (F, SP)                       
Engineering 92                    (F)                   All branches of Engineering
Engineering 93                    (F)                   Energy Engineering 
Engineering 98/198          (F)                   Sidhu. Distinguished Innovator Lecture Series)
Bio Engineering 24             (F, SP)            Research opportunities in BioE
Bio Engineering 25             (F, SP)                        Career opportunities in BioE

Decal Classes appropriate for all levels
Hands on Engineering       (F)                               (ME 98/198)
Insiders Guide to Berkeley Engineering (F)     (Engin 98)
Concrete Canoe      (F,SP)                                     (CE 98/198)
Steel Bridge              (F,SP)                                     (CE 98/198)
Environmental Comp        (F,SP)                         (CE 98/198)

Academic Courses of interest to CED students with few or no prerequisites
Civil Eng 11    (SP)  Engineering Systems and Sustainability
Civil Eng 70    (F)     Engineering Geology
Civil Eng 111              (F)     Environmental Engineering
Civil Eng 153               (F)    Transportation Facility Design
Civil Eng C154         Urban and Regional Transportation Planning
Civil Eng 155            (SP)   Transportation Systems Engineering
Civil Eng 156              (F)     Infrastructure Planning and Management
Civil Eng 166              (F)     Construction Engineering
Engin 10  (open to CED students only in Spring terms)       Engineering Design & Analysis
Engin 28  (F,SP)      Engineering Design Graphics (CAD)
Engin 45  (F,SP)      Properties of Materials
Engin 125                 Ethics, Engineering and Society

IEOR 170                  Industrial Design and Human Factors
IEOR 171                 Technology Firm Leadership

Civil and Environmental Engineering Career Fair - Oct 24

Civil and Environmental Engineering Career Fair
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
4pm-7pm
MLK Student Union, Pauley Ballroom, 3rd Floor

This career fair is held especially for students seeking employment related to civil engineering and environmental engineering. Many participating companies are also seeking students from other engineering disciplines, environmental science, geology, natural resources, business administration, and many other majors! Come to the fair to learn about full time opportunities as well as summer internships for undergraduate and graduate students.

Don't miss the opportunity to speak with over 30 employers representing construction, engineering, consulting, architecture and environmental design, transportation, utilities, and government.

Log into Callisto at https://berkeley-csm.symplicity.com/students/ to review this year's Career Fair Directory. Directory information is updated up to the day of the fair - be sure to check frequently. Also, be sure to bring your UC Berkeley Student ID to the fair.

Come to the career fair prepared by watching the Career Center's quick clip career fair videos: https://career.berkeley.edu/MM/Videos-Fairs.stm

The Career Center is pleased to co-host this fair with the Civil Engineering Joint Fundraising Council.


ASUC is Looking for a Representative for the Campbell Hall Replacement Program Committee

 A Message from the ASUC:

My name is Julia Gettle and I'm the Director of Administrative Committees within the ASUC. We are currently seeking applicants for the position of ASUC representative to the Campbell Hall Replacement Program Committee, and we were hoping that you could send out the application to your City and Regional Planning undergraduates. Ideally we want to conduct interviews next Thursday, so we would like to see applications turned in by the end of Sunday. The application can be found here:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dGFwbU5SRlVyanlJN1ZJXy1LazdFb1E6MQ#gid=0

Round Table Discussion on Fiat Lux November 15

SAVE THE DATE!
Thursday November 15, 5-7pm
Wurster 112

Round table on FIAT LUX,
by Ansel Adams and Nancy Newhall

A College-wide discussion on the past and future visions of UC Berkeley
with Sam Davis, Janet Delaney, Kristina Hill, Malo Hutson, Ananya Roy, moderator, Andy Shanken
and Fiat Lux photo montage by Jason Miller

NOW SHOWING:
‘Fiat Lux Redux,’ at the Bancroft Library
A collection of Ansel Adams prints of the UC campuses in 1968

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Major Grant Opporunity from the EPA: Info and Application

The EPA has an annual sustainability grant competition called "P3: People, Prosperity and the Planet Student Design Competition for Sustainability". You might be interested in applying. Please share with any students you know.
http://www.epa.gov/ncer/p3/index.html


WHAT IS EPA’s P3 Program? P3 stands for People, Prosperity and the Planet. Through this EPA program, college students can benefit people, promote prosperity and protect the planet by designing solutions that move us towards a sustainable future.

WHAT AREAS OF SUSTAINABILITY ARE ELIGIBLE FOR THE P3 COMPETITION? EPA considers projects that address challenges from a wide range of categories: water, energy, agriculture, built environment, and materials and chemicals. The categories of clean cookstoves and green infrastructure were added to the 2012 solicitation. These can be challenges found in the developed or developing world.

WHAT IS THE P3 AWARD COMPETITION? The P3 Award competition is a two-phase team contest. For the first phase, interdisciplinary student teams compete for $15,000 grants. Recipients use the money to research and develop their design projects during the academic year. The final projects include a Phase I project report and a Phase II proposal.
In the spring, all teams submit their reports and proposals, and then bring their projects to Washington, DC for judging by a panel of experts convened by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Judging takes place at the annual National Sustainable Design Expo on the National Mall.
 Scores from the reports, proposals and the presentations on the Mall are combined into a final overall score for each P3 team. Based on these scores, the AAAS judges recommend to EPA which teams should receive the EPA P3 Award and the opportunity for Phase II funding.

WHAT IS THE P3 AWARD? Given to the best student designs, this is an award and opportunity for grant funding up to $90,000 to further the project design, implement it in the field, and move it to the marketplace.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE? Institutions of higher education located in the United States are eligible to apply as the recipients of grants to support teams of undergraduate and/or graduate students. Collaboration and partnerships with colleges and universities outside the United States are permitted (and up to 40% of the grant can be contracted to an international partner), but only U.S. institutions are eligible to apply.

HOW DO WE APPLY? The request for applications (RFA) opens in the Fall. Grants are awarded for the following Fall. More details can be found at: ApplyNow!.

APPLICATION REVIEW: A peer review panel evaluates all EPA P3 Phase I applications for problem definition; innovation and technical merit; connections to sustainability in terms of people, prosperity and the planet; measurable results, evaluation method, implementation strategy; and integration of the P3 Award competition as an educational tool. Final funding decisions are made by EPA.

WHAT IS THE NATIONAL SUSTAINABLE DESIGN EXPO? Held each spring on the National Mall in Washington, DC, the National Sustainable Design Expo featuring EPA’s P3 Award brings together students, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and businesses that are working to create a sustainable future.
The Expo is a unique opportunity to discover innovative, cutting-edge technologies developed by university students and their faculty advisors, learn what nonprofit organizations and government agencies are doing to advance sustainability, experience sustainable products that are currently available, and recruit talented hires with backgrounds in the broad range of disciplines found the sustainability arena.
The Expo is open to the public.

CONTACT: Cynthia Nolt-Helms (nolt-helms.cynthia@epa.gov), U.S. EPA, Office of Research and Development, Washington, DC; Telephone: 703-347-8102; or Gregory Lank (lank.gregory@epa.gov), U.S. EPA, Office of Research and Development, Washington, DC; Telephone: 703-347-8128.


Women's Transportation Seminar - Scholarship Info and Application

Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) is seeking scholarship applicants for women pursuing careers in transportation. We have four scholarships (two undergraduate and two graduate-level) available and we are hoping that you can pass on these opportunities to your students:
· Molitoris Leadership Scholarship, an undergraduate scholarship ($5,000)
· Sharon D. Banks Memorial Scholarship, an undergraduate scholarship ($5,000)
· WTS Leadership Legacy Scholarship, a graduate-level scholarship ($10,000)
· Helene M. Overly Memorial Scholarship, a graduate-level scholarship ($10,000)

All scholarship information, including applications, have been posted on the WTS San Francisco Chapter’s website under News: http://www.wtsinternational.org/sanfrancisco//news/
Minimum applicant criteria for all four scholarships are outlined below. Some scholarships may have additional criteria, which can be found in the scholarship applications.
· Open to women
· GPA of 3.0 or higher
· Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program in a transportation-related field, such as transportation engineering, planning, finance or logistics
· Plans to pursue a career in a transportation-related field

All applications are to be submitted no later than 10 PM on November 5, 2012. Please submit an electronic copy to ScholarshipsWTSSanFrancisco@gmail.com.

Scholarship winners will be selected in late November. If you have any questions regarding the scholarships, please contact Iris Yuan at iyuan@hntb.com or 510-587-8670. We encourage all qualified students to apply! Winners of the SF Chapter scholarships will automatically be submitted for the WTS International scholarship.

We appreciate your support for WTS and the organization's effort to encourage women to pursue careers in transportation. Thank you.

Next Generation Design Competition - Info and Application

This year Metropolis challenges you to develop solutions that empower, advance, and include groups often overlooked in the design process (including but not limited to, our rapidly increasing aging population and citizens with disabilities). The annual Next Generation® Design Competition is open for entries. Consider the 1.13 billion people with unique needs worldwide. 
1.13 billion is a difficult figure to wrap your head around. Think of your own mother, father, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and friends. Your submissions should help your own relations, as well as others, to live better lives, beautifully. 
The competition strives for solutions at all scales, from systems, experiences, places, to spaces, products, or any area that needs to be made inclusive and empowering. Submissions can be conceptual, in the early stages of development, near completion, or completed and ready for the next phase of development. The ideas must have the potential to be made, built, or otherwise realized. 

The winner of Next Generation receives a $10,000 prize, but, more importantly, that person or team receives career-building international attention. 

Application is now open! Deadline for entries is February 18, 2013.

Email NextGen@metropolismag.com with any questions.

CED Building Diversity Info Session for Prospective Graduate Applicants (Oct 22)

Please help the College of Environmental Design (CED) at UC Berkeley spread the word about our Building Diversity Information Session, on Monday, October 22nd at 4PM.  CED offers graduate programs in Architecture, City Planning, and Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning.  This event is open to all prospective applicants.

Institute of International Studies Undergraduate Merit Scholarship - Info and Application Link

INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES UNDERGRADUATE MERIT SCHOLARSHIP

Description: IIS is seeking to award a series of merit scholarships of up to $2000 each to support undergraduate research in any area of international studies. Research may be conducted while in EAP, or independently. The scholarship recipients will be called IIS Junior Scholars. After completing their research projects, award recipients are required to submit a four-page research summary and attend the IIS Junior Scholars Conference held on-campus at the end of the 2012-2013 academic year. Several Junior Scholars will be asked to present their work in poster format at the conference. Junior scholars with the strongest research project, as determined by an IIS faculty panel, will each receive an additional $1000 prize. There will also be an opportunity to compete for the Best Poster Award, an additional $250 prize.

Eligibility: Open to any UC Berkeley junior or senior with a minimum 3.5 GPA who has completed at least one semester of study in residence at Berkeley. All majors are eligible and encouraged to apply.

Award Amount: Up to $2000 with the opportunity to win an additional $1000 for best research project and an additional $250 for best poster.

Due Date: Monday, November 26, 2012
Application: iis.berkeley.edu/content/undergraduate-merit-scholarships
Please email iis.grants@berkeley.edu with any questions, or call 510-642-2474.


National Coming Out and Ally Weeks (10/8-10/19) - Calendar of Events

National Coming Out and Ally Weeks
A Calendar of Events about Gender, Sexuality and LGBTQ Identities

See below for an amazing line up of gender-, sexuality- and LGBTQ-focused events happening in the next two weeks! Put at least one on your calendar, and invite a friend! Updates will be posted on http://geneq.berkeley.edu/ncoaw as more information develops, so be sure to check back for more complete information!
Please note that this calendar is a work in progress. If you want to have your event reflected, please email Marisa at mboyce@berkeley.edu.




Berkeley Art Studio's 7 Week Session of Art Classes - Info and Registration

Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Digital and Darkroom Photography
The Berkeley Art Studio, Lower Sproul Plaza, UC Berkeley

Registration is now open for the Berkeley Art Studio's upcoming 7-week session of art classes, open to both UC Berkeley staff, employees, and the broader community . The session begins on October 18th-December 8. 2012. Choose from classes in Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Digital and Darkroom Photography. All classes taught by professional artists who are also experienced instructors. Register today by visiting: artstudio.berkeley.edu

• Ceramics: $220 (Community, Staff, Faculty) /$160 (UC Students)
• Drawing, Painting, or Photography: $190 (Community, Staff, Faculty) /$140 (UC Students)

"Unfinished Spaces" - film screening in SF Oct 13 (Cuba's National Art Schools architecture project)

Upcoming screening of Unfinished Spaces, a wonderful documentary that explores the rise and fall of Cuba’s avant-garde National Art Schools project. We will be presenting the film at the Vogue Theater in partnership with the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation in celebration of Latino Heritage Month. Architect and architectural historian John Loomis will lead a post-screening discussion about cultural inheritance, architecture, and preservation in Cuba. The screening will take place on Saturday, October 13 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tickets are $10 for Heritage members and students and $12 for the general public.

Unfinished Spaces screening on October 13

In celebration of Latino Heritage Month, Heritage and the San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation will co-present a special screening of Unfinished Spaces, a documentary by Alysa Nahmias and Benjamin Murray on the Cuban National Art Schools.

Conceived by Fidel Castro and Che Guevara in the aftermath of the Cuban Revolution, the Schools are considered among the greatest architectural achievements of the era. Unfinished Spaces illuminates the story of these forgotten buildings, including revived efforts in the late 1990s to preserve them.

Join Heritage for a screening of this remarkable film, followed by a conversation with San Francisco architect and architectural historian John Loomis, author of Revolution of Forms: Cuba’s Forgotten Art Schools (1999/2011), about the influence of the Revolution on Cuban cultural inheritance, architecture and design, as well as the challenges of historic preservation in Cuba. The event will be held at 11 a.m. at the Vogue Theater, located at 3290 Sacramento Street. Tickets are $10 for Heritage members and students and $12 for the general public.

For more information and tickets, please visit www.sfheritage.org.

CED Office of Undergrad Advising Student Group Mini-Grants Info and Application

Dear CED student group leaders and members,

We are very happy to offer grants of up to $500 for CED student groups this year.
The grant application, including the criteria, is attached.
Your advising office contacts are listed on the form - please email your liaison if you have questions about the process, criteria or anything else!

We look forward to receiving your proposals.

Best,
Susan



Asian Pacific Community Fund - Verizon Scholarship Awards Program - Info and Application

Dear Educator,

My name is Kelli Kosaka and I'm the Scholarship Program Intern for the Asian Pacific Community Fund, a network of 29 community organizations focused on transforming the lives of Asian and Pacific Islanders throughout Los Angeles County. Through a partnership with Verizon, we are offering $10,000 in scholarships to 2nd year undergraduate college students and the deadline for applications-- October 31--is quickly approaching.

The scholarship application and further details can be found on our website at: http://www.apcf.org/index.php/what-we-do/scholarship-fund

The 2nd cycle of our scholarship program offers five $2,000 awards to 2nd year undergraduate college students who are attending a 4-year, accredited college/university in California, Oregon, or Washington, or who are residents of one of these states. Scholarships are open only to students majoring in math, sciences, engineering, or a related field.

The deadline for the 2nd cycle is October 31, 2012.

Also, please feel free to contact me at scholarships@apcf.org or (213) 624-6400, ext. 4 if you have any questions or would like additional information. Thank you for your time and interest!

"Watershed: Exploring a New Water Ethic for the West" Film Screening - Oct 9

From Matt Kondolf, Chair of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning:

You are invited to a screening of a new film:
WATERSHED: Exploring a New Water Ethic For the West
Tuesday 9 October 7pm, Wurster Hall Auditorium (Rm 112), UC Berkeley campus

Executive produced and narrated by Robert Redford, and directed by award-winning filmmaker, Mark Decena, WATERSHED tells the story of the threats to the once-mighty Colorado River and offers solutions for the future of the American West. The most dammed, dibbed, and diverted river in the world, the Colorado struggles to support thirty million people. Can we meet the needs of a growing population in the face of rising temperatures and lower rainfall in an already arid land? Can we find harmony amongst the competing interests of cities, agriculture, industry, recreation, wildlife, and indigenous communities with rights to the water?

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring Phil Williams (PWA-ESA) and Barry Nelson (NRDC), both with long experience in Colorado River issues, and Q&A with the director, Mark Decena.

See www.watershedmovie.com for trailer and more information on the film. Presented by the Dept of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, University of California, Berkeley. 

CED CareerMail (how to subscribe)

CED students - be sure you're getting the most up-to-date information about jobs, internships, employer events, career fairs, workshops etc aimed specifically at CED students - subscribe to CareerMail.

To sign up for CareerMail , simply log onto Callisto on the UC Berkeley Career Center site, select the PROFILE tab and then select the PRIVACY tab. Select any categories of interest to you to get bi-weekly information via email specifically for Cal students.

Early Bird Internship Fair - Oct 17

Early Bird Internship Fair
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
12pm-4pm
MLK Student Union, Pauley Ballroom, 3rd Floor

Sponsored by the Career Center, come join us for UC Berkeley's Fall Semester fair for students seeking internships - The Early Bird Internship Fair!  Recruiters from business, industry, non-profits and government will bring information about summer internship positions.  Recruiting all majors!


Don't miss the opportunity to speak with nearly 50 employers currently recruiting for prestigious internships, including:

CBS Interactive, Chevron (Finance), Endless Mobile, Fitbit, Ford Motor Company, GLIDE, KQED, Macy's, Microsoft, Palantir, QB3, Robert T Matsui Center for Politics and Public Service, Salesforce.com, SanDisk, SEO, Zappos.com... and many more!  

Come to the career fair prepared by watching the Career Center's quick clip career fair videos:
https://career.berkeley.edu/MM/Videos-Fairs.stm

Log into Callisto at https://berkeley-csm.symplicity.com/students/ to review this year's Career Fair Directory.  Directory information is updated up to the day of the fair - be sure to check frequently.  Also, be sure to bring your UC Berkeley Student ID to the fair.

The Career Center is pleased to co-host this fair with Society of Women Engineers (SWE)


We hope to see you there!
 

- The Career Center Staff

Cal in the Capital - Info Session

Cal in the Capital
Are you interested in interning in Washington, D.C. this summer? Cal in the Capital is a student-run program at UC Berkeley that helps 75 students each year to learn the application and professional skills necessary to find a summer internship in DC. The Cal in the Capital program helps you build connections in your career field by connecting you with Berkeley alumni and helping you pursue an internship that complement your interests. Past Cal in the Capital interns have worked at everywhere from National Public Radio to the EPA to the Department of Justice.
This year, we are also announcing the J. Christopher Stevens Public Service Fellows, an award for students with financial need pursuing internships in public service and foreign affairs. All majors encouraged to apply.

Cal in the Capital Info Session: 
Monday, October 15th, 2012 @ 8pm in 126 Barrows
Applications due:
Friday, October 26, 2012
Website:
http://publicservice.berkeley.edu/citc

UC Berkeley Ext. Certificate Program (Int Design, Graphic, Landscape, and more) - Info Session Oct 25

LEARN ABOUT UC BERKELEY EXTENSION’S  CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

Interior Design and Interior Architecture
Visual Arts
Graphic Design
Landscape Architecture
Project Management

Thursday
October 25th
5:00-6:30pm
Wurster 305

RSVP: http://tinyurl.com/UCBExtension


Mini-Grants on Native American Issues - Info and Application Details

The Institute for the Study of Societal Issues' Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues is pleased to announce the 2012 - 2013 Graduate and Undergraduate Mini-grant Program

* DEADLINE: 4pm on Friday, October 19, 2012 *

The Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues invites UC Berkeley graduate and undergraduate students to apply forgrants to assist with the development of student research projects on issues affecting Native American communities in the U.S. today.
Established in the fall of 2010, the mission of the Center is to provide people of Indian country with pragmatic research products that can be employed to improve the quality of life for Native Americans throughout the U.S. The Center fulfills this mission by bringing the resources of the University to Native communities. The Center promotes research, offers mini-grants, fellowships, and training opportunities to Berkeley students, publishes findings, and hosts conferences, colloquia and other events open to the public on topics of concern to Native communities.

Eligibility:
Full-time UC Berkeley undergraduate and graduate students who are conducting individual research projects on issues affecting Native American communities in the U.S. are eligible to apply. Proposals that support undergraduate thesis or graduate dissertation research are strongly encouraged. Undergraduates may apply for grants up to $500. Graduate students may apply for grants up to $1,000.

Grant Period and Use of Funds:
Applications will be reviewed and grants will be awarded in early November. Funds must be used by October 1, 2013. Any unused funds will be retained by the Center. Funds may be used only to pay direct costs related to the proposed project, such as travel to research sites, research supplies, photocopying, transcription services, and equipment rental. Funds may not be used for equipment purchases, stipends, living expenses, conference attendance or educational travel. Grant payments will be made in the form of reimbursement for expenses.

Requirements:
All graduate students must work with a faculty mentor. (Faculty mentors may include Lecturers and other non-Senate Academic Staff.) All grantees must submit a final report no later than November 1, 2012 containing an itemized expense report, a statement of what was accomplished, and a list of papers and/or publications that directly or indirectly result from the grant.

Application Process:
The application may be downloaded from <http://crnai.berkeley.edu/research/mini-grants>http://crnai.berkeley.edu/research/mini-grants
Applications are due on Friday, October 19, 2012 by 4:00pm at the Institute for the Study of Societal Issues (see address below). Late applications will not be considered. All applications must include the following materials: (Incomplete applications will not be considered.)
· · Applicant Information and Agreement Form (Section I)
· · 250-word Abstract of the project (Section II)
· · Project Description (Section III): The project description should be no more than 1,000 words. It should include a description of the problem being studied, the research question and hypotheses, a description of the research methodology, and the contribution the research will make to the study of Native American issues.
· · Budget and Explanation of Budget (Section IV)
· · Project Timeline (Section V)
· · Protection of Human Subjects Compliance (Section VI)
· · Curriculum Vitae or Resumé (Section VII)
· · Signed Mentor Agreement Form (Section VIII)

Please send one single-sided copy of your application materials (no staples please!) to:
Dr. Deborah Lustig
Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues
Institute for the Study of Societal Issues
2420 Bowditch Street, MC 5670
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-5670

All application materials must be received by 4pm on Friday, October 19, 2012, or they will not be considered. (Incomplete applications will not be considered.)
For more information about the Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues and its Mini-grant Program, please contact Dr. Deborah Lustig <mailto:dlustig@berkeley.edu>dlustig@berkeley.edu; <tel:510.643-7238>510.643-7238


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