The CED Undergraduate Advising Office is open for drop-in appointments. Here is this week's schedule:

10 am - 12 pm
1 pm - 3 pm
Isela/Anthony, Susan
Heather, Isela
Heather, Isela
No Drop-in

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Click here for more details about the Berkeley Undergraduate Journal of Classics

The 2019 UC Berkeley Aging, Research & Technology Summit (ART):  Disrupting Neurodegenerative Diseases is seeking submissions
You are invited to apply to present your research in a POSTER SESSION at the 2019 UC Berkeley Aging, Research & Technology Summit (ART):  Disrupting Neurodegenerative Diseases which will be held on September 17th on the UC Berkeley campus in the Pauley Ballroom.   In addition to a group of 25 selected poster presentations, the Summit will present research and technology updates by leading University of California researchers through panel discussions,  keynote addresses, and highlights from the UC innovation ecosystem.  The program will specifically focus on sharing information with students and older adults engaged in the UC learning environment.
The Summit will provide an opportunity to address innovative research, interventions and technology solutions that are emerging to address the challenges of a wide array of neurodegenerative diseases.  The goal of the Summit is to promote cutting edge research and technology innovation from across UC Berkeley and our sister UC campuses, showcasing advances that will disrupt the way individuals, clinicians, providers, and society addresses the impact of diverse neurodegenerative diseases. We expect the Summit to foster the cross-pollination of interdisciplinary ideas and help forge new collaborations between invited leaders in industry, government, and the not-for-profit sectors, while exposing students and key stakeholders alike to innovative research. The Summit will be attended by NIH/NSF representatives, investors in Digital Health, and companies engaged in this area.

If you are interested in being considered for this event please fill out this application form  as soon as possible and no later than the August 26th deadline.  Feel free to contact Deborah Krant, Summit Program Director, if you have any other questions about the event day or the application process (   
The Summit is hosted by a group of UC Berkeley’s premier research and education programs: Center for Research and Education in Aging (CREA), Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society and the Banatao Institute (CITRIS),  OSHER Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), Fung Fellowship for Wellness and Technology Innovations, the Center on the Economics and Demography of Aging (CEDA), and the Berkeley Brain Initiative. 


The CED Facilities Office is currently looking for one student for a work-study position in our office.  Hours are flexible, pay is $16 per hour, and job is available immediately.  Applicant should be comfortable doing some physical work.  Knowledge of Auto-Cad and/or Rhino a plus! Please email CED Facilities Director Mike Bond at if you are interested.

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Join the EOP Intake Internship to learn how to effectively serve the needs of low-income, first-generation, and historically underrepresented students!
Role of the Student Intake:
The intake office is the hub of the Educational Opportunity Program which supports first-generation, low income, and underrepresented students at the UC Berkeley campus. The student intake staff are the first point of contact when students come into the office. It is through this position that students, faculty, and staff form their impression of EOP and the work that we do. Therefore, they must represent the department in a professional manner while maintaining an ever-important personal approach. Student Intakes are well-informed, professional, welcoming, and efficient in order to enhance student’s academic performance and assist in their journey at Berkeley.
As an intern you will:
  • participate in weekly training seminars that critically examine advising needs of EOP students while building professional and interpersonal skills
  • coordinate special projects throughout the summer working closely with EOP counselors
  • learn from academic counselors and manage their schedules
  • work a minimum of 6 hrs/week for 0,1, or 2 units on a P/NP basis (do not need to be present all summer)
The application is due August 5th, 2019 @ 5pm. 
The link to the google form:
***The internship provides Ethnic Studies field work units***
For questions, please email us at or come by 119 Chavez