PhD Candidate Robin Lopez is passionate about science and his community.
The graduating Society and Environment major will deliver the student address at the 2022 Rausser College commencement ceremony.
Rausser College students are helping reshape our understanding of the bacterial world.
A new project visualizes how sea-level rise may threaten hazardous facilities and the surrounding vulnerable communities along California’s coastline.
Watch Pai share her "personal love letter to UC Berkeley" with graduating classmates in this clip of Saturday morning's commencement.
The third-year metabolic biology PhD student won for his talk "Jamming the SARS-CoV-2 copy machine." He is the first NST grad student to win the Grad Slam.
High Country News interviews Phoebe Parker-Shames, a PhD candidate studying the West’s emerging, and rarely researched, industry.
Fourth-year Molecular Environmental Biology and Ecosystem Management and Forestry double major discusses making the most of Rausser College’s research opportunities.
A new tool created by ESPM faculty and students aims to support instructors in developing anti-racist approaches to course design and teaching practices.
PMB graduate student Leah Gulyas explores how one tiny coronavirus protein blockades host cells—and how a few simple changes can flip the script.
Karavolias, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, was featured in an interview by the Alliance for Science on World CRISPR Day.
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Sigona, a member of the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band and a third-year ESPM Ph.D. student, focuses his research on Indigenous natural resource management, specifically with the Amah Mutsun—a landless and non-federally recognized tribe.
Energy & Resources Group graduate student Penakalapati studies gender empowerment development programs in India.
Fourth-year Conservation and Resource Studies major discusses her involvement with the Farmlink Project, a volunteer organization combating food waste and food insecurity.
This summer, seven Rausser students and alumni joined the global competition in Tokyo.
Margolis, a fourth-year student majoring in Conservation and Resource Studies, studies the intersection of conservation and tech as a Fung Fellow.
Karl Dunkle Werner, who completed his PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics this year, will join the U.S. Treasury as an economist in August.
The recent graduate discusses her interest in agroecology, ecological pest management, and science communications.
Ghadoushi, a third-year Society and Environment major and Fung Fellow on the Conservation + Tech track, discusses his projects for societal change and his passion for policy, sustainability, and justice.