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The 1-credit mentorship and professional development course offers students a small college feel on Cal's campus.
A pioneer among women in American science, Morgan came to CNR's predecessor, the College of Agriculture, in 1915.
Throughout CNR’s history, women have contributed to its diverse and comprehensive research and discoveries, including many “firsts,” both within their respective fields and at Berkeley.
A new study from professor Steven Beissinger suggests that many of the state’s birds are adapting to rising temperatures by breeding earlier than they did a century ago.
Dennis Baldocchi’s work to remediate 150 years of carbon emissions in the California Delta, and how his team’s sequestration models could be critical in addressing the state's future water and climate challenges.
The University of California began 150 years ago on a simple, but revolutionary idea: That college should be available to everyone.
Andreas Stahl's campus collaborations in fighting obesity with fat.
Professor Daniel Kammen combines science with environmental policy in the quest for sustainable power.
April 5-6: Latinos and the Environment Summit. Join academic experts, community leaders, policy makers and students… https://t.co/Zr3ZrsW5m8
Professor Dan Kammen and PhD candidate Noah Kittner call on Kosovo to invest in energy efficiency and renewable ele… https://t.co/vtzoKC9gbQ
Come celebrate #Berkeley150 during the Charter Day Celebration this Friday, March 23! https://t.co/rBB202P745 https://t.co/oVg19r9xUs
LISTEN: Jon Jarvis visits the Park Leaders Show to discuss the Berkeley Institute for Parks, People, and Biodiversi… https://t.co/UUFRGYPLZa
Esther Parsons Perry ’39 was the first woman in the United States to receive a PhD in soil science. After graduatio… https://t.co/IAMU3D9ZMN