Showing posts from June, 2015

Fall 2015 Course

L&S 23: The Humanities Daniel Boyarin (Rhetoric and Near Eastern Studies) Michael Nylan (History) L&S 23 (CCN: 51944) Tuesday and Thursday 5:00-6:30, 159 Mulford Hall, 4 units Satisfies Historical Studies or Philosophy and Values breadth in the College of Letters & Science.

ARCHmedium Competition

ARCHmedium competitions aim to be a learning experience to complement their formal education which enables students to enrich their learning experience and gain confidence by becoming acquainted with the modus operandi of this kind of competitions inside the professional architectural world, giving them the opportunity to see their projects published in prestigious international magazines and exhibited at architecture schools from around the world. Entry registration is now open to international undergraduate students and young architects who will be awarded separately from students prizes. More information can be found here

All Systems Go Student Design Competition

This competition challenges participants to visualize a systemic food, energy, or water infrastructure problem and its consequences, as well as realistic opportunities for intervention, including a prototype of one or more of their strategies that could be realized within the next 12 months. AECOM will make available $25,000 of cash and in-kind staff time to support the implementation of the prototype. Three short-listed teams will be invited to present their proposals before an interdisciplinary panel at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles in October 2015. Urban SOS: All Systems Go jurors will award $15,000 in prizes, which may be divided among one or more teams. The competition is open to undergraduate and graduate students at all levels of higher education around the world. Entrants must be enrolled in a certified program during the 2015 academic year at Bachelors, Masters, or Ph.D. levels. For more information, visit: All Systems Go

ULI Fall Meeting Scholarship

ULI – the Urban Land Institute is an independent global nonprofit supported by members representing the entire spectrum of real estate development and land use disciplines. The ULI Fall Meeting is the only event that brings together leaders from every sector of the real estate industry. Thanks to a generous contribution from Wells Fargo, we are able to offer scholarships for undergraduate students to attend the Fall Meeting.  This scholarship provides undergraduate students the opportunity to attend the Fall Meeting and this year, will include up to $600 in travel expenses. All information can be found here: . A few important reminders: · Must be a full-time undergraduate student with interest in green building practices. · Student must complete the application and email their cover letter detailing why they feel most deserving of this scholarship along with their resume to Emeri Lewkowicz at emeri.lewkowicz@uli.

UndocuAlly Training Program

The UndocuAlly Training Program is excited to announce the recruitment for Student Fellows to join our 2015-16 Planning Committee. Over 150 staff members from dozens of campus departments have now gone through this 8 hour training, and the Planning Community is the result of a great collaboration between our students and staff members from the below departments:  Counseling & Psychological Services Financial Aid & Scholarships Office Multicultural Student Development / Multicultural Community Center Office of the Registrar Staff Diversity Initiatives Undocumented Student Program Students play an essential role in this program as they guide the direction for our curriculum, as well as develop their facilitation skills. If you know of any students who would be interested in developing their facilitation skills and fit the attached qualifications, please encourage them to apply. Application Information and Instructions are on our website. Deadline to

Healthy Building Home

Healthy Building Home

Art.Architecture Workshop 2015

Link Application Deadline June 29th, 2015

The Management of Technology Innovation (MTI) Program

The Pantas and Ting Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (previously known as CET), is now accepting students for its fall 2015  ​MTI ​cohort.  MTI is for graduate students and helps develop ​​ the critical skills necessary for success in industry and entrepreneurship settings. MTI is helpful to students interested in research-driven commercialization or venture creation, as well as those interested in a general understanding of how their research can affect industry. The ​ ​program is flexible and multi-disciplinary​. It brings together graduate students, MBA students, and academic and industry advisors to collaborate on problems worth solving for economic and societal impact Additional information is located on our website:

2015 Scholarship Opportunities

The San Francisco Construction Specifications Institute Foundation, Inc. proudly offers scholarships to sophomore or above college students with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or above and enrolled in a school of architecture, design, engineering, or construction in California. Eligible students must have declared a major of Architecture, Architectural Engineering, Construction Management, Environmental Design, Landscape Architecture or a construction industry profession. Scholarships for eligible applicants may be as much as $4,000.00, but not less than $1,000.00, at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee based on funds available. Scholarship Information and Application is attached or please email Matt Crawford at for more information. Deadline: Before June 30th, 2015

CED Connects

The College of Environmental Design is pleased to announce CED Connects , an online networking resource connecting CED students with alumni who might provide advice, information, and support. As a student, you can gain perspective on your long-term career goals; acquire advice on balancing education, career, and extracurricular activities; and receive honest feedback and encouragement. As an alum, you have the opportunity to build a student's confidence, knowledge, and motivation needed to succeed by sharing your expertise and support. CED Connects on LinkedIn provides a powerful tool to let students and alumni broaden their network and networking skills.  Create or update your LinkedIn Profile. Add " UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design " to your profile. Ask to join the LinkedIn Group “ CED Connects ” Connect with students/alumni who share similar career, academic, or cultural interests Set up a time to meet over coffee, email, a phone call or Skype Po