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Rausser College students are helping reshape our understanding of the bacterial world.
A discussion with Varsha Madapoosi and Lucy Andrews, two students with leadership and activist roles who are making a difference in our College, on campus, and beyond.
A new project visualizes how sea-level rise may threaten hazardous facilities and the surrounding vulnerable communities along California’s coastline.
PhD Candidate Robin Lopez is passionate about science and his community.
Alena Morales (BS ’21, Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology-Dietetics) believes that disability justice and dietetics should be more closely intertwined.
Facts and figures about our student body.
A glimpse at how some Rausser College students spend time beyond their studies.
Energy and Resources doctoral student Kate Altemus Cullen on participating in the United Nations Climate Change Conference last fall.
A poem by Environmental Science, Policy, and Management graduate student McKalee Steen.
Reaching the next generation | A new charge on cars | Five key lessons | Small trees, big benefits. . . and more.
Dean Ackerly on why one of the best parts of being a faculty member at UC Berkeley is working with students.
David and Suzanne Warner deepen support for graduate students of sustainability.
As an artist-in-residence in the Blonder lab, Juniper Harrower creates art exploring the role that plants play in constructing our identities.
Pai, a senior environmental sciences major, is the 2022 recipient of UC Berkeley’s highest honor. Learn more about her accomplishments and see a video of her commencement speech.
A graduate student in the Department of Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology, Lee won first prize for his research talk titled "Jamming the SARS-CoV-2 copy machine."
PhD Candidate Becca Brunner discovered two new species of endangered glass frogs near Andean mining sites.
A photo essay featuring graduate student Mickey Boakye and his research as part of Professor Ben Blonder's Macrosystems Ecology Laboratory.
The fourth-year undergradate student discusses her journey to California, transferring to Rausser College, and her love of pikas.