Posts Tagged Department Spotlight

8 May 2013

Retiring Energy & Resources Professor Norgaard’s Last Class

Professor Norgaard may be officially wrapping up his UC Berkeley career, but will continue fighting for his beliefs and making his mark on California water policy.

5 November 2012

Department Spotlight: Berkeley School of Law

Students at Boalt Hall are engaging with energy law issues through coursework, cross-departmental projects and competitions, and organizing speaker and panel events open to the entire campus.

23 October 2012

Department Spotlight: Mechanical Engineering

As the oldest and broadest engineering discipline, mechanical engineering includes fundamental science and design training that enable its practitioners to address energy-related problems.

8 October 2012

Department Spotlight: Haas School of Business

Haas’ mission is to develop leaders who redefine how we do business by putting new ideas into action in all areas of their organizations, and who do so responsibly. The schools course offerings, distinguished faculty and project work opportunities in clean energy serve to promote this mission.

21 August 2012

Department Spotlight: Energy Biosciences Institute (EBI)

Encompassing the research of 120 faculty members from UC Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, the Energy Biosciences Institute, or EBI for short, is well beyond a single department.

24 June 2012

Department Spotlight: Material Science and Engineering

In MSE, we try to design, fabricate, and understand the best possible materials for all applications, including those for energy harvesting and storage.

7 May 2012

Department Spotlight: College of Environmental Design

The CED offers four tracks that allow students to explore topics around sustainability and the built environment.

9 April 2012

Department Spotlight: Nuclear Engineering

The nuclear engineering department at UC Berkeley is engaged in developing a vast number of cutting edge technologies and researching applications that have far reaching impacts on energy production, human health and national security.