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Gordon Rausser, former dean and professor emeritus, makes a momentous naming gift to the College.
Our plans for our newly named college and our priorities for Light the Way: The Campaign for Berkeley.
Professor Peggy Lemaux investigates new methods to make sorghum and other crops more climate resilient.
Cooling demand heats up | What killed off the Neanderthals? | Indoor air pollution | Monkeyflower spots | Students on sustainable action… and more.
Taught by Professor Patricia Zambryski, The (Secret) Life of Plants explains the surprising principles of botany to non–science majors.
2017 Master of Development Practice alumnus Rishi Khalsa applies his communication skills in the public sector.
A sampling of our alumni who have gone on to make big impacts as researchers and leaders at academic institutions.
In her new book, professor Kate O’Neill investigates the complex global political economy of waste.
Berkeley researchers join the largest-ever delegation of women scientists to visit Antarctica.
Three Cooperative Extension specialists focus on addressing the climate issues that impact Californians today.
Dean Ackerly on the milestone of the naming gift and what it means for Rausser College.