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CED Minor Info Session

Interested in the field of Environmental Design and Planning? Are you wondering how city planning, architecture, or landscape architecture intersect with your focus of study? Come learn about the MAJOR benefits of a CED MINOR here at the College of Environmental Design! Food will be provided during the presentation. <Ihttps:// www.facebook.com/eve nts/277307122805963/ >,  ARCHITECTURE  CITY PLANNING  HISTORY AND THEORY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AND URBANISM IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES HISTORY OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT  SOCIAL AND CULTURAL FACTORS IN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN  SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

Wild Rockies Field Institute (WRFI) is an off-campus study opportunity

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Want to earn college credit while camping?   Come to the Wild Rockies field courses info session this Tuesday, 4/24, from 4-5p​​m in 260 Mulford! The   Wild   Rockies   Field   Institute   (WRFI) is an off-campus study opportunity, offering academic   field -based courses through the University of Montana. Our courses take place in the “ Wild Rockies ” of North America and combine rigorous academic inquiry with cultural immersion and extended backcountry expeditions. WRFI’s small group size and interdisciplinary curriculum offer students an exceptional opportunity to complement their coursework on campus with experiential education in the   field . Scholarships available!   WRFI is currently accepting applications for summer and semester courses. Interested in learning more? Stop by our first-ever   UC Berkeley info session this Tuesday 4/24 from   4-5pm   in 260 Mulford   Hall with WRFI instructor and current UC Berkeley graduate student Rachel Woods-Robinson! There will

Apply to be the CED Community Fellow for 2018-2019!

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We're Looking For a Leader! The College of Environmental Design Office of Undergraduate Advising is seeking a charismatic and highly organized  Community   Fellow  to assist in the planning, implementation, and promotion of programming that will help foster  personal wellness, academic support, and social engagement  among undergraduates within the college. Under the supervision of the  Community   Fellows  Coordina tor, Rhommel Canare, the  fellow  serves as an ambassador for  CED  undergraduates and will assist with coordinating, managing, and host a variety of programs for students in the college.  Responsibilities include: • monthly undergraduate social events or workshops • two yearly student leader luncheons • organize student groups’ participation in yearly events such as Welcome Week and Cal Day • assist Undergraduate Advising Office in Welcome Week & Cal Day Activities  • manage communications and the master calendar among the various  CED  and student group ev

EOP Graduation Gown Lending Project

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Still haven't bought your graduation cap and gown? Don't want to spend money on an item you'll probably only use once? Don't worry, the GGLP application is still open ! Gowns are distributed to 1 ) Low-income and/or 2) First Generation and/or 3) Historically Underrepresented. Gowns are distributed on a first come, first serve basis! Distribution dates are posted on the eop.berkeley.edu/gown-lending website . Unsure of EOP status? Stop by the EOP office in 119 Cesar Chavez to be verified or apply to be EOP here.   Application  Closes:  April 21 @ 11:59PM Links: Undergraduate:  https://tinyurl .com/gglp-undergradSP18 Graduate:  https://tinyurl.com/ gglp-graduateSP18

Seats Available in Psychology Courses - Summer 2018

PSYCH 139 Case Studies in Clinical Psychology 3 units (Session A) Tu, W, Th 9:00 am - 11:29 am Kroeber 160 Class #: 13944 This course is for students who are curious about clinical psychology and who seek to explore real world cases and examples of mental health diagnoses. Through the use of clinical cases and first-person accounts, this course will give an overview of the diagnostic criteria mental health providers use to make diagnoses, and analyze environmental and other causal factors, with a view to possible treatment options for various mental disorders. PSYCH 137 Mind-Body and Health 3 units (Session D) M, W, F 9:00 am - 11:29 am Barker 101 Class #: 15005 Course explores psychosomatics or mind-body interactions in a dozen diseases/disorders from recurrent ailments (e.g., asthma, gastrointestinal disorders) and chronic diseases (e.g., hypertension) to “terminal” diseases (e.g., cancer, AIDS); also included are specific disorders of appetite, sleep,

2018 Construction Specifications Scholarship

2018 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. Follow this link for the application form and complete the additional application steps below: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5Yr3jN6McH2c0hUaWRiY1JqcmllbDZZRGVfcDd0VTg1bUI4 SAN FRANCISCO CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS INSTITUTE FOUNDATION, INC. 2018 SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION SCHOLARSHIP AMOUNTS:

Habitat for Humanity Newsletter

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In this Issue: Disaster Relief Update  |  Meet Eligio  |  Beloved Community           click here for web version DONATE TODAY   ▸ In this Issue: Disaster Relief Update    |    Meet Eligio    |    Beloved Community Disaster Relief Update: #HabitatHammersBack Last year, Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria tore a path of devastation through Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico, and the Caribbean. Habitat for Humanity International has been on the ground since disaster struck, and in their recent six-month progress report, you can see a snapshot of the incredible work Habitat has done to provide relief to affected families, while laying the groundwork for long-term recovery and rebuilding. Read more about Habitat's work on the ground  ▸ Meet Eligio, Future Homeowner in Fremont! Eligio and Liliana – along with their two young sons – recently welcomed the community to their future neighborhood for a special site tour