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.
The award will support research on pathogens and coffee in Costa Rica, and biodiversity and food sovereignty on Hawai'i.
Metabolic Biology PhD student Justin Lee qualified as a semi-finalist and will compete during the finalist selection on April 11.
Patina Mendez, ‘07, and Gary Lamberti, ‘83, were recognized with 2022 Career Awards.
Byars is a college scheduler and enrollment manager at Rausser College.
The ESPM professor received the distinguished career award from the AAG’s Cultural and Political Ecology Specialty Group.
The five-year award provides support for Arruda's research into metabolic diseases.
Ronald, PhD ’90, is recognized for pioneering work on disease resistance and environmental stress tolerance in rice.
Professors Rodrigo Almeida and Paolo D’Odorico have been elected American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) fellows.
ESPM professor will advise efforts to protect wildlife corridors and habitat.
Hubbard, ESPM adjunct professor and associate lab director at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, is named Oak Ridge’s Deputy for Science and Technology.
The Joseph A. Myers Center for Research on Native American Issues recently awarded their 2021-22 mini-grants to Ataya Cesspooch, Annalise Taylor, and Anjika Pai.
Lyn Rivera, Aileen Lavelle, Lynn Huntsinger, Sarah (Hamilton) Rhoades, and Joshua Dullaghan are among those recognized by Berkeley’s Council of Advising and Student Services.