Join the Conversation with Chancellor Carol Christ, Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Paul Alivisatos and Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education Cathy Koshland. The panel will provide an overview of the lessons learned over the year, and provide insight into what to look forward to in the fall.
Join the conversation with Eugene Whitlock, assistant vice chancellor for human resources, Guy Nicolette, assistant vice chancellor for University Health Services, Sally McGarrahan associate vice chancellor for facility services and Art Reingold, head of the School of Public Health’s Division of Epidemiology as they address outstanding issues and concerns and discuss the safe return to work.
Join the conversation with Associate Vice Chancellor of Enrollment Management and Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Olufemi "Femi" Ogundele as he discusses his goals to enhance Berkeley's effectiveness in attracting and retaining student scholars while adding a new level of strategic focus and oversight to admissions and enrollment-related functions.
Join us for a very special Cal Day Campus Conversation with our Chancellor Christ and 2020 Nobel Prize winner Jennifer Doudna as they discuss their roles and responsibilities as pioneering “firsts” in their respective fields.
Join the conversation with Dean Vishaan Chakrabarti of the College of Environmental Design who, since arriving in August 2020, has refocused the college's strategic vision to center upon sustainability, equity, and agency.
Join the Conversation with Dean Jennifer Chayes and learn more about her and her vital and strategic vision as the first Associate Provost of the Division of Computing, Data Science, and Society, and Dean of the School of Information.
The roll-out of COVID vaccines has been beset by logistical challenges, even as questions old and new arise about complicated issues, including dosing, efficacy, safety, and availability. With UC Berkeley’s own vaccination program now under way, our next Campus Conversation, at noon on Friday, Jan. 22, will feature some of UC Berkeley’s leading public health experts and clinicians who will provide insight and analysis regarding the current situation and what we can expect going forward.
Join the Conversation with Art Reingold, John Swartzberg, Guy Nicolette and Anna Harte.