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Professor Amani Allen of the UC Berkeley School of Public Health

UC Distinguished Scholars: Professor Amani M. Allen on African-American Health Inequities

This live online event will present insights into the mental and physical health of African-Americans in relationship to gender, socioeconomic position and the stress created by racism.


Tuesday: President Drake headlines “Leading Through Culture” event

The Berkeley Culture Initiative invites UCOP colleagues to attend a “fireside chat” with President Drake on Tuesday, March 9, from 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. (PT).


President Michael V. Drake, MD

President Drake will headline “Leading Through Culture” event

The Berkeley Culture Initiative will present a fireside chat with President Drake on developing strategies to cultivate a culture of inclusion and equity.


Explore California’s botanical diversity with the Jepson Herbarium

The great outdoors is open! There’s never been a better time to learn about the Golden State’s native plant species.


UC Berkeley’s Jepson Herbarium announces 2020 botany classes

The Jepson Workshop Series will offer workshops in botany, plant taxonomy, regional floras, ecology and more. Learn about the flora of California!


Advancing the 60-year curriculum

Join Vice Provost and Dean Gary Matkin of UC Irvine for a fascinating lunchtime investigation of the 60-year curriculum — a relationship between students and their university that can last a lifetime.


Join UC Berkeley in celebrating 400 years of resistance

August 2019 marks the 400th anniversary of the forced arrival of enslaved Africans to the English colonies. Beginning this month, UC Berkeley is launching a year-long observation that will include many community events.


Free speech on campus

On August 26, Student Affairs welcomes Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of Berkeley Law and co-author of “Free Speech on Campus.” In 2017, he was named the most influential person in legal education in the United States.


Be happier at work

A free online series from UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center will help you enjoy your time at work more by boosting your engagement, teamwork and productivity.