Professor Amy Herr has been appointed to the Schmidt Science Fellows Program Academic Council. The Fellows program fuels interdisciplinary discoveries by providing cross-disciplinary training to promising postdoctoral scholars. As a Council member, Herr will be responsible for mentoring groups of Fellows on career and personal development topics and providing advice to the whole Fellowship community in her specific area of expertise.
Former BioE postdoc Kiana Aran, now a professor at KGI, along with Professor Irina Conboy and other collaborators, have demonstrated new disease-detection capabilities of a hand-held device based on CRISPR gene editing technology, a development that could lead to faster, portable genetic testing for diagnostics and research.
Friday, April 16th 4:30-5:30 PM PT BMES Academic is hosting chats with Prof. Arkin, Prof. Dueber, and Dr. Kelly (QB3/UCSF) as a part of our professor coffee chats series for the Spring semester! Spots are limited, so sign up soon! 4/16/2021: 4:30-5:30 PM PT– John Dueber is a bioengineering professor that focuses on engineering metabolic […]
Job at new UCSF institute for recent grad: This is a position with the Lim Lab and the newly-founded UCSF Cell Design Institute (CDI). The CDI is focused on developing novel cell engineering technologies and creating the next generation of cellular therapies. We are engaged in basic and translational partnerships with research groups at UCSF to develop […]
Interested in getting started in health advocacy? Want to make a change in the causes you care about? Come join the California Health Professional Student Alliance at Berkeley in our Spring 2021 Health Policy and Legislative Action Week (April 12-17), centered around People, Policy, and Equity. We’ve partnered with a number of public health groups […]
Join oSTEM for a session with Micron Technology, Monday, April 12, 7 p.m., during which they will share what Micron does, in general and in terms of equity and inclusion within their company! Learn about their LGBTQ+ ERG (employee resource group), followed by a panel discussion. Zoom link.
Out for Undergrad (O4U), invites high-achieving LGBTQ+ undergraduates to their four, industry-specific conferences (Engineering, Tech, Marketing, and Business) where you’ll learn to navigate the nuances of a diverse corporate climate. In providing you with these resources, O4U helps transform your professional skills, careers, and ultimately lives. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and are […]
Check out the Healthy Engineering Assistance Resources tool, a fully interactive table filled with health related resources such as mental health, sexual assault, and substance abuse. https://esc.berkeley.edu/hear.html
The College of Engineering is hosting auditions for the 2021 commencement student speakers. In order to be eligible to participate, you must be graduating fall 2020, spring 2021, or summer 2021. You must register by April 14 and then submit a video and your written speech by April 23.