Showing posts from September, 2018

TGP Talks | Exploring sustainability, adventure, and innovation

I hope the start of your fall semester is off to a great start! I'm excited to announce the launch of The GREEN Program's Youtube Live series: TGP Talks . TGP Talks is made up of 30-minute live talks with special guests & industry experts covering topics from sustainability, to the importance of leaving your comfort zone, education abroad, investing in your future, to entrepreneurship, and beyond. The Talks will include a portion of Q&A with the audience as well! We encourage listeners to come with curiosity & questions to ask our guests. We’d love for you and your students to join us in learning more about our abroad opportunities and other subjects related to sustainability education and more! We’ll have a few members of our team on the calls to answer any questions that you have, too. You're invited! | October 8: Sustainability in Academia & Beyond This October 8, we'll be sitting down with Cindy Thomashow (Co-Director of the Urban Environm

USC School of Public Policy at the Idealist Graduate School Fair

The USC Price School of Public Policy will be at the Idealist Graduate & Professional School Fair in San Francisco on October 8th!  Please let your students know that we will be at the fair and look forward to the opportunity to speak with them directly about our graduate programs.  The fair will be held at: Bay Area Idealist Graduate Fair Golden Gate Park, County Fair Building 1199 9th Ave San Francisco, CA 94122 5pm to 8pm The Price School was recently ranked #2 in the nation by US News & World Report.  We offer seven professional Master’s degree programs: Master of Public Administration Master of Public Policy Master of Public Policy Data Science Master of Health Administration Master of Nonprofit Leadership & Management Master of Planning Master of Real Estate Development We also offer three executive Master’s and three doctoral level programs.  All programs are offered at our campus just south of downtown Los Angeles, a regional

Recalibrate launches + invitation to Healthy Campus celebration on October 11

You're invited to a celebration and showcase of UC Berkeley's Healthy Campus Network ( HCN ) programs and other campus wellness initiatives.  Please join us on  October 11, 2018  from  3-5pm  in  the  Alumni House . The event will feature: Official launch of our campus wellness website ,  recalibrate.berkeley. edu Healthy Department Certification  campus launch Healthy food samples and information about the  Food and Beverage Choices Policy Other campus wellness initiatives  Raffle prizes! Please  RSVP  by Oct 3rd if you plan to attend. We hope to see you there!   

IIS Undergraduate Funding Opportunities

IIS Undergraduate Funding Opportunities: Award Amounts:  Up to $2,500 Application  Deadline:  Tuesday, November 13, 2018 Eligibility:  Open to any UC Berkeley junior or senior with a minimum 3.5 GPA who has  completed at least one semester of study at UC Berkeley.  All majors are eligible to apply. IIS Undergraduate Merit Scholarship Supports undergraduate research in any area of international studies.  Research may be conducted independently, in congruence with an honors thesis, or while studying abroad.   Berkeley Research on Contemporary India Program (BRCIP) Scholarship The Berkeley Research on Contemporary India Program (BRCIP) fosters undergraduate education and research on India at UC Berkeley.  BRCIP will offer undergraduate scholarships to UC Berkeley students who are conducting research on any area of contemporary India in Spring or Summer 2019. For more information and to  apply , visit the  IIS  website:  https://iis. opport

Undergraduate Research & Scholarships Fair

Undergraduate Research & Scholarships Fair Tuesday, October 2nd, 1-4pm in Pauley Ballroom, MLK All Cal students, faculty, and staff are invited to the annual Undergraduate Research and Scholarships Fair where one can learn everything there is to know about research opportunities and prestigious scholarship opportunities at UC Berkeley. The event is free & accessible. Dozens of research and scholarship programs will have tables at the fair where you can meet representatives and get information. Additionally, throughout the afternoon there will be thematic breakout sessions where you can listen to staff and students talk about specific topics of interest to you. See schedule below: 1pm - 2pm Student Experiences in Humanities and Social Science Research (Stephens Room, MLK) Student Experiences in Science Research (Tilden Room, 5th floor MLK) Underrepresented Students in Humanities & Social Science Research (Multicultural Community Center hosted by UROC)

UREC + BIG Real Estate Finance Forum Oct 1

The Undergraduate Real Estate Club (UREC) is co-hosting an event with the Berkeley Investment Group (BIG)  next Monday, 10/1 from 6-8pm in the Wells Fargo Room. The forum will feature professionals with experience in all aspects of real estate from renowned companies such as PGIM, Wells Fargo, and Morgan Stanley. Our goal is to provide students the opportunity to connect with professionals in the industry and learn more about future career paths in real estate finance. The Handshake Link is available to RSVP here: events/202230

Department of Finance Conference: students invited!

The California Department of Finance (Finance) cordially invites you to attend our second annual  Department of Finance Policy Conference  on Friday, October 12, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:15 p.m. This conference is  free  and open to  (1)  undergraduate students who will graduate by spring 2019 , (2)   all graduate students   and (3) State public policy professionals. The conference is an opportunity for participants to interact with state policy experts and network with other participants interested in public policy.   This conference will provide participants with the following: ·           Introduction to and interaction with state policy experts. ·           Information about California’s government, economy, demographics, public policy trends/issues, and legislative and budget processes. ·           Networking opportunities with state policy experts, Finance staff, and other students interested in public policy. ·           Information about summer internships and emp

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Law & Graduate School Fair!

Don't miss this opportunity to meet with representatives from nearly 30 Law Schools and 60 Graduate / Professional Schools... there is something for everyone at the Law & Graduate School Fair! • Law schools • Graduate and professional schools • MBA and finance programs • Education programs • Engineering programs • Public policy programs • Health professions, medical schools, public health, and postbacc programs • Psychology programs • General admissions • Test Prep companies • ... and more ! ►  Add the event to your Facebook Calendar! ►  Get a head start on your future today! • Gain a real advantage in the application process by getting to know admissions representatives • Learn about application procedures, prerequisites and what makes an applicant successful • Find out where graduates from their programs get jobs • Obtain brochures and information • No registration or prep required, come learn & connect! ►  The Career Center is pleased to host these events with:

The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF) Now Accepting Proposals

Dear Campus Community, Please see the below call for proposals from The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF). THE GREEN INITIATIVE FUND (TGIF) Students, faculty members, and/or staff members of the University of California, Berkeley are encouraged to submit a proposal for consideration by The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF) Committee. TGIF funds projects that focus on environmental sustainability and environmental justice. Along with a grant application, individuals or groups of applicants must submit necessary project approvals and estimated metrics for their proposed project's sustainability impact on campus. TGIF hosts a fall mini-grant cycle for projects up to $5,000 and a larger spring grant cycle for projects $5,000 or above. The spring grant cycle has an optional early abstract deadline to receive feedback on your project idea, then a required final abstract deadline, upon which TGIF’s Committee will invite applicants to submit a final application for review. Check out our

Study Abroad Fair - September 28th

Our Annual Berkeley Study Abroad Fair will take place on  Friday, September 28th, from 11am-4pm  and we would love to see you and your students there! The Study Abroad Fair is a great opportunity to learn about study, work, intern, teach, and volunteer abroad opportunities for UC Berkeley students.  Sponsored by Berkeley Study Abroad, the Study Abroad Fair is Cal’s signature event of the year for education abroad. For more information, please visit  http://studyabroadfair.b

Green Corps is hiring for next year’s class of environmental organizers

Green Corps is looking for college graduates who are ready to take on the biggest environmental challenges of our day. Click here to learn more about Green Corps’ paid environmental organizing fellowship. Our year-long program puts you in an intensive classroom training with people like Bill McKibben of , Phil Radford (former Executive Director of Greenpeace USA), and other guest speakers. Then, you move to hands-on experience working with groups like Oceana, Corporate Accountability, The Wilderness Society, and Mighty Earth to fight climate change, protect public lands, and reform our food system. And when you graduate we will help you find a career with one of the nation’s leading environmental and social change groups. The planet needs all the help it can get, especially now with so many protections under attack. To win now and build a strong foundation for lasting progress, we need people who know how to organize: to run organizations and campaigns that wi

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Invitation to participate in focus group research

Subject : Invitation to participate in Focus Group (paid research) -- register now!  HealthyWorkplaces , an interdisciplinary research center on campus, is seeking participants for a focus group aimed at understanding the ways physical elements of workplaces impact worker well-being and productivity. The focus group will be on  Monday, September 24th, 2018, from 5:30-7:30pm , in room 5101 of the Berkeley Way West building on campus.  Please complete the form below to register for the focus group. In this casual, informal focus group session, participants will experience a proposed workplace design using innovative virtual reality (VR) technology and provide insight about their perceptions and feedback through dynamic discussions and brainstorming activities.  The aim of the research project is to articulate and validate innovative workplace design ideas to promote worker well-being and productivity.   The first 18 qualified, registered applicants will be contacted via email

Research Fair - October 2nd

Dear Undergraduates, There are so many great opportunities at Berkeley for getting involved in research!  The below newsletter gives you some ideas of ways you get involved starting in the next month.  You are receiving this because it was forwarded to you by your advisor. However, I send to advisors only once a month. If you sign up for  our listserv  , you'll receive news, events, and opportunities every two weeks so you won't miss any late-breaking news.   Below is the newsletter. If you prefer to  download it as a pdf,  here's the link for that.  Dear Future and Current Undergraduate Researchers, We hope you’re settling in to the semester and yours is looking great.  The first flurry of early research program deadlines has passed, but a few more will happen in the fall, and then a whole lot will happen in January and February.  Be ready! Step 1:   Figure out which programs you’re eligible for:  on the “search databases” page of http://research.