Spring 2018 Issue
CNR faculty lead wide-ranging research initiatives at the Innovative Genomics Institute.
Jennifer Sowerwine works to restore culturally relevant food systems to immigrant and Native American populations.
Retracing the steps of pioneering naturalist Joseph Grinnell to document how California’s creatures have responded to an evolving environment.
As he prepares to step down after 11 years leading the College of Natural Resources, Dean J. Keith Gilless comments on accomplishments and memories during his tenure, as well as opportunities for the future of the College.
A sampling of fun facts on CNR—from the world's most widely eaten pineapple to the first hydroponic solution.
Throughout CNR’s history, women have contributed to its diverse and comprehensive research and discoveries, including many “firsts,” both within their respective fields and at Berkeley.
CNR Advisory Board member Kathy Hartzell, BA and BS ’72, on how the annual fund provides unwavering support for students, research, and collaborations across the College.
This special issue is a celebration of Berkeley’s 150 years of excellence in education, research, and public service, and our College’s role in that past.
News & Campus Briefs
For years, CNR researchers have been studying fire, its causes and its repercussions. Now, in the wake of last fall's wildfires, their work has become more important than ever.
Through Earthrise Media, alumnus Dan Hammer works to provide easy access to satellite imagery for reliable news on the environment.
This year we commemorate the founding of the University of California in 1868, with UC Berkeley as the very first campus, and the founding of the College of Agriculture—the predecessor to the College of Natural Resources—that same year. Visit our 150th anniversary website for special stories and features throughout the year.