RESOURCES ON CAMPUS
The CED Undergraduate Advising Office is open for drop-in appointments. Here is this week's schedule:
10 am - 12 pm
1 pm - 4 pm
Isela, Susan/ Anthony
Isela at 1:30, Heather/ Anthony
Does your group/community want to develop a media campaign
aimed at changing our campus culture and social norms
to prevent sexual violence & harassment (SVSH)?
Apply for a Social Norms Seed Grant!
Annual grants of up to $2500 are available to campus groups/communities to develop and evaluate the impact of a media campaign over the course of a year with support from SVSH prevention experts from the PATH to Care Center and the Center for Support and Intervention.
Social norms are the unwritten rules about how to behave. Most of us usually hold similar, healthy, positive views. However, people are less likely to act on their own values and beliefs if they think their peers hold different norms. This becomes a concern when the majority incorrectly perceive norms based on a hyper-vocal minority. Social norms campaigns use data from your own group/community to communicate the healthy attitudes of the majority, which encourages everyone to increase healthy behavior. Read an overview of the Social Norms Approach here.
Campaigns can be printed materials, videos, social media, events, or any other form of creative communication. They should communicate positive group/community values, norms, or attitudes about preventing SVSH based on existing or newly-collected data.
Please read the grant instructions carefully: Instructions Link
and review the required grant activities and deadlines: Timelines Link
Grant application (google form): Application Link
Submit applications by Monday, September 16 at 5PM.
Questions? Email email@example.com.
We are excited to inform you that Cal in the Capital is now accepting applications for our summer 2020 intern cohort, which will allow students the opportunity to work and live in Washington, D.C.! Please provide the following information to your students.
Cal in the Capital provides students of all majors with not only the opportunity for gaining high-level, in-demand internships, but also opens the door to a network of over 7,000 Cal alumni in the DC area. The summer of 2019 was an incredible experience for our interns, with a myriad of experiences learning about both personal and professional development. We hope to recreate that experience for the summer 2020 cohort. As Cal in the Capital interns, our cohort was able to secure internships ranging from The Congressional App Challenge to the Peace Corps. Over the summer, while living together at the UC Washington Center, we were able to attend Cal in the Capital organized summer events such as a pool party at the Watergate Hotel, a Pentagon Tour, and a public service project at the Anacostia River. Not only did students make lifelong friendships and memories, but they also made great connections while networking with Cal alumni at the D.C. Alumni Club Annual Picnic, Annual Gala, and CITC founder Dr. McGinnis’ annual barbeque. Each students’ individual experience learning in our nation’s capital becomes invaluable as we all return to the Cal community with new skills and perspectives.
This program provides students with the knowledge, resources, and skills they need for an incredible summer internship; an experience they will remember for a lifetime. We hope to bring everything we’ve learned as cohort members to prepare our next round of interns with everything they need to be successful in one of the most competitive environments. Cal in the Capital prepared us for our summer in D.C. and we aspire to continue that legacy as we lead the program into our 55th cohort of interns next summer.
Meet us and learn more about the program at one of our upcoming Information Sessions:
9/12 @ 7pm in 218 Eshleman (Public Service Center)
9/26 @ 7pm TBD
10/2 @ 7pm TBD
10/8 @7pm TBD
If you have any questions feel free to reach out to our email or refer to our website for updated information on our director's office hours and upcoming information sessions. We look forward to hearing from you all.
Berkeley Study Abroad hosting a Fall Workshops Series and would love your help promoting this to students. Details about the workshops are below and posters are attached. If you'd like me to send you physical posters, please reply to let me know how many you would like and your office's address.
- Intro to Study Abroad
- Wed, 9/18 from 2-3pm in MLK BNorth 82A
- Thurs, 10/24 from 5-6pm in MLK BNorth 82D
- Financing Study Abroad
- Wed, 10/9 from 2-3pm in MLK BNorth 82A
- Thurs, 11/14 from 5-6pm in MLK BNorth 82D
- Applying to Study Abroad
- Wed, 11/6 from 2-3pm in MLK BNorth 82A
- Thurs, 12/5 from 5-6pm in MLK BNorth 82D
In addition, the Study Abroad Fair will take place on Friday, September 27 from 11am-4pm in the Pauley Ballroom. Berkeley Study Abroad staff, University of California Education Abroad representatives, several partner universities and private study abroad providers will be in attendance. A full list of exhibitors can be found on the website. All are welcome, including students and staff!
Fall 2019 Education Minor Information Sessions:
Date Time RoomThursday, September 5th 11:00 am- 12 noon 4215
Wednesday, September 18th 2:00 – 3:00 pm 4101
Thursday, October 3rd 11:00 am- 12 noon 4215
Wednesday, October 16th 2:00 – 3:00 pm 4101
Thursday, October 31st 11:00 am- 12 noon 4215
Wednesday, November 13th 2:00 – 3:00 pm 4101
Thursday, December 5th 11:00 am- 12 noon 4215
Location for all sessions: 2121 Berkeley Way West, 4th Floor
Please RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org --or-- (510) 643-9303
Information sessions, conducted by the Education Minor Advisor, provide background information about the minor, review requirements and guidelines, and answer questions. Students interested in the Education Minor are strongly encouraged to attend an information session early on in their studies. Students unable to attend one of these sessions are welcome to contact the Minor advisor to meet individually.
Apply to Attend the Clinton Global Initiative University – April 17-19, 2020 | University of Edinburgh
Travel Assistance Deadline: September 30th
The Clinton Global Initiative University is looking for students committed to social impact to join its next cohort. In addition to year-long engagement opportunities, all accepted students will be invited to CGI U’s first-ever international meeting hosted by President Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton at the University of Edinburgh. Each CGI U student must make a Commitment to Action: a specific plan of action that addresses a pressing challenge on campus, in the community, or in a different part of the world.
Students who are eligible for conference travel assistance must apply by September 30th. The final application deadline is October 15th. Learn more and apply here.
Want to learn more or receive advising on your application? UC Berkeley Alumna, Lauren Valdez, serves as a CGI U Mentor and will be hosting application brainstorm webinars:
- Thursday, September 19, 2019, 3:00 PM 4:00 PM. Register Here
- Friday, September 20, 2019, 12:00 PM 1:00 PM. Register Here.
If you have questions about CGI U, contact Blum Center Innovation Program Coordinator, Chloe Gregori, at email@example.com
Berkeley Food Institute Open House
September 23, 2019 4:30pm–6pm | Morgan Lounge
September 23, 2019 4:30pm–6pm | Morgan Lounge
Interested in getting involved with food on campus? Join the Berkeley Food Institute for our annual open house on Monday, September 23, from 4:30-6pm in Morgan Lounge. Institute staff will provide background on BFI and how students can get involved. Undergraduate and graduate student groups focused on various aspects of food systems will also share opportunities within their organizations. Learn more about the open house here.
FYI you can still apply to pursue the Undergraduate Certificate in Global Urban Humanities!
If you want to apply for the East Bay studio course in Spring 2020, you should apply for the GUH certificate. CERTIFICATE STUDENTS ARE GENERALLY GIVEN PRIORITY IN THE SELECTION PROCESS. Download applications at globalurbanhumanities.
berkeley.edu and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ALSO, if you missed our first announcement about the East Bay course info sessions, here are the dates and application deadlines:
East Bay Undergraduate Studio Course Info Sessions
Sept 23 10-11a
Sept 25 2-3p
East Bay application deadline: Oct 4
Download the application here.
The Global Urban Humanities Initiative (GUH) offers undergraduate and graduate students unique opportunities for interdisciplinary, project-based, fieldwork-based learning on cities and urban culture with a focus on arts and humanities, architecture and city planning. We offer a certificate program and support research, exhibitions, publications, and symposia. GUH is a joint project of the College of Environmental Design and the Arts & Humanities Division of the College of Letters & Science.