Isha Ray, associate professor at the Energy and Resources Group and Co-Director of the Berkeley Water Center, will start the position on July 1st, 2020.
PMB PhD candidate Cat Adams founded the Unconscious Bias Project to help scientists tackle the biases lurking in our labs, lives, and classrooms.
Two ESPM grad students call for increased diversity and inclusion in the field of geosciences.
As part of a five-year study on the sovereignty and security of food in the Klamath River Basin, researchers emphasize the need for working closely with Indigenous groups.
Hake, a PMB faculty member and director of the Plant Gene Expression Center, reflects on her storied career in science.
Dean Ackerly spoke on the status of the College and plans for the year ahead.
The program helps participants build a network of environmentalists of color through professional development activities and events.
UC Berkeley and four California and Oregon tribes collaborated on a comprehensive food security assessment.
Remote sensing data and census tract information reveal significant racial disparities in the adoption of rooftop solar photovoltaics.
The Chancellor's Award for Advancing Institutional Excellence and Equity recognizes faculty who advance inclusion and diversity through their research, teaching, and service.
During his visit to Berkeley, the CNN political commentator and Dream Corps president discussed environmental justice and action.
The College of Natural Resources' dean shares a message with the CNR community.
Two grad students and an alumna share how they use remote sensing technology to study environmental issues, from water quality analysis to behavioral ecology.
The Master of Development Practice student tells us about her path from Madagascar to Berkeley, her passion for educational reform, and a recent internship in Ghana.
The 1-credit mentorship and professional development course offers students a small college feel on Cal's campus
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.
After a 35-year career with Berkeley as an urban entolomologist, Vernard Lewis retired on July 1.