Rausser College program manager Cat Ming Hubbard was featured in a Berkeley Women 150 series for her actions as a staff leader.
Lindow's lecture, taking place on August 25th, will address the relationships between plants, microbes, and the environment.
Ackerly was invited to give a lecture at the ESA 50th Anniversary Symposium, covering race, society, and the history of ecophysiology.
Energy & Resources Group manager Megan Amaral was featured in a Berkeley Women 150 series for her actions as a staff leader.
The American Chemical Society recognizes Goldstein for his work in atmospheric chemistry and biogeochemistry.
Berkeley Food Institute program manager Rosalie Zdzienicka Fanshel was featured in a Berkeley Women 150 series for her actions as a staff leader.
Four faculty members from the Rausser College of Natural Resources will retire this year.
The award honors several Berkeley researchers including assistant professors of environmental science, policy, and management Laura Lammers and Trevor Keenan.
The American Society for Cell Biology award was given to Olzmann for his outstanding research into lipid droplet biogenesis and functions.
In honor of the 150th Anniversary of Women at Cal, plant and microbial biology professor emerita Zinmay Renee Sung was granted the inaugural award.
In this latest issue of the magazine, read about Gordon Rausser's landmark gift to the College, our alumni in academia, and much more.
The Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Sustainability awards graduating students for environmental advocacy.
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences honors the country’s most accomplished artists, scholars, scientists and leaders.
Boettiger received the award for his work advancing ecological research, communication, and policy.
The Plant & Microbial Biology professor was recognized for his research and outreach.
The award honors Outstanding Research and Unselfish Cooperation in atmospheric science.
The distinction recognizes Rosa for his research on sustainable agriculture and water resources.
Merchant is among a group of 15 international researchers in the Symbiosis in Aquatic Systems Initiative.
The "Be A Scientist" program aims to strengthen science curriculum in public schools.
The award honors exceptional and sustained research accomplishments related to rangelands.