Five people in Rausser College were recognized for engaging in or supporting outstanding teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seven students at Rausser College have been awarded the prestigious research fellowship.
Morello-Frosch is widely known for her research on environmental health and environmental justice.
Professor Kate O’Neill and Dean David Ackerly recently spoke with legislators about issues related to plastic pollution and funding for agricultural research.
The legacy of professor emerita Carolyn Merchant’s seminal work remains 40 years after its publication.
Alumna Jane Flegal and professor Catherine Wolfram are the latest additions from Berkeley to join the administration.
The images submitted to the 2020 Rausser College photo contest represent the diverse research and activities of the college community.
Gordon Rausser’s landmark gift is listed at #33 in the Chronicle of Philanthropy’s “Philanthropy 50” report.
Assistant Cooperative Extension specialist Daniel Sanchez and graduate student Bodie Cabiyo were members of the Getting to Neutral Carbon Emissions Team.
Blackburn is the Nutrition Family and Consumer Sciences Advisor for the UC Cooperative Extension in Alameda County and an alumna of Berkeley.
In an essay, Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology associate professor James Olzmann discusses advancing DEI in the biological sciences.
The Association honors Goldstein’s significant contributions to aerosol science and technology.
Kremen is recognized for her research in conservation biology and agricultural land use.
Professor Banfield on her early CRISPR connections with the Nobel laureate.
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.