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Berkeley was ranked first out of 700 global institutions for overall impact and received perfect scores on its environmental and social impact rankings.
Morello-Frosch is recognized for her expertise on structural determinants of environmental health inequities and her leadership in community-engaged data science.
Fellows aid the Academy in public engagement, education, and collaborative research efforts.
The award will support research to develop biofuel and bioproducts from photosynthetic micro-alga.
The annual award supports advanced academic research related to natural and environmental resources.
The ESPM professor will be awarded the Society’s highest honor and named a fellow.
David J.X. González, Alexander Huezo, and Jesús Martínez-Gómez are among the 2022-23 cohort of fellows.
Stephens, a professor of fire science and ecology and co-director of Berkeley Forests, will advise federal efforts to better prevent, mitigate, suppress, and manage wildland fires.
The Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water recognizes cutting-edge innovation in water research.
ERG’s Chelsi Sparti and ESPM’s Leslie “Leke” Hutchins receive support for their work to drive positive environmental change.
The award will support Olzmann as he pursues research that may help target cancer cells that fail to self-destruct.
The postdoctoral award will support Wilkinson as she explores machine learning and computer science.
The program supports research by junior faculty members at UC Berkeley and across the UC system.
Endowed as a tribute to longtime soil chemistry professor Kenneth Babcock, the prize recognizes high-achieving ESPM undergraduates.
Watch Pai share her "personal love letter to UC Berkeley" with graduating classmates in this clip of Saturday morning's commencement.
The third-year metabolic biology PhD student won for his talk "Jamming the SARS-CoV-2 copy machine." He is the first NST grad student to win the Grad Slam.
The awards recognize students, faculty, and staff who make UC Berkeley a more sustainable place to work, live, and learn.
Eleven current and incoming students will be supported by the prestigious research fellowship.
The award will support Bruno’s work on sustainable groundwater use and regulation.
With Lee's success, this is the second year in a row that a Nutritional Sciences & Toxicology student won the campus-wide competition.