Graduation day is a significant and memorable event in one's life time. It marks a transition from one phase of life to another.
Two of CNR's finest teachers -- one known for teaching the largest lecture on campus, the other for recently creating one of Berkeley's most intimate courses -- have been named the recipients of the College of Natural Resources 2007 Distinguished Tea
Professor J. Keith Gilless has been appointed interim dean of the College of Natural Resources effective July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008.
This year, CNR student Betty Sousa was one of four finalists for the University Medal.
John Dingman’s three-ring binder for his senior honors project overflows with data ranging from topographic maps to digital elevation models to tree cores.
This year’s recipients of the CNR Staff Recognition Award are Matt Fratus and Kyle Dukart. The annual award was created to honor outstanding service by CNR staff.
Assistant Professor Max Auffhammer may be a relative newcomer on the Berkeley campus, but he has already made a big difference. Auffhammer, who has taught at Berkeley since 2003, is the recipient of this year’s CNR Young Faculty/CE Specialist Award.
In the News & Views blog
of the Ecological Society of America, Professor Steve Beissinger discusses his and Zachariah Peery’s Feb 07article
From the Associated Press:
The College of Natural Resources finds it deeply regrettable that Ted Kazcynski, widely known as the Unabomber, was recently included in a California magazine list of Berkeley alumni who have "excelled in every field."
Pink slime at the surface of water trickling through an old mine in California is proving to be a treasure for researchers in their quest to learn more about how bacterial communities exist in nature.
Thanks to Congress, the U.S. "sprang forward" three weeks early this year, and daylight savings time will last one week longer in the fall. The idea behind the switch is energy conservation.
By documenting bee diversity and populations in urban gardens throughout California, Gordon Frankie is discovering which flowering plants attract native bees and determining whether urban gardens can support bees.
The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) has awarded the Cozzarelli Prize to ARE assistant professor Max Auffhammer and his co-authors for their 2006 paper showing that reductions of human-generated
Mayra Ceja, a senior environmental economics major, has had a busy four years at Cal.
The Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Foundation has pledged $10 million to the Center for Weight and Health at the University of California, Berkeley, to support nutrition research and obesity prevention programs.
A campus colloquium on "Energy Self-Sufficiency in the 21st Century" recently took the global climate crisis as the starting point for a freewheeling discussion among some of the world's top thinkers.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has issued an executive order calling for California to establish the world's first carbon standard for transportation fuels.
Over the past decade, in numerous field sites throughout the world, mesh bags of leaf and root litter sat exposed to the elements, day and night, throughout the four seasons, gradually rotting away.