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Read the campus message from Vice Chancellor Dania Matos and other leaders
From President Joe Biden
Finding ways to heal trauma in her Hmong community
Berkeley geotechnical engineer receives one of the highest professional honors accorded an American engineer
Jesse Ante ’68, M.S. ’70 and Rona Osmani ’06 reflect on their experiences.
A Year on Angel Island is a year of performances, lectures, exhibitions, and discussions about immigration, exclusion, belonging, and resistance focusing on the historic Angel Island Immigration Station in San Francisco Bay.
May 10 at Noon. Learn more and RSVP.
Exploring the intersections of disability, culture and gender
An April 2023 tribute to Norman Mineta, class of 1953, hosted by Chancellor Carol Christ and the Japanese American Studies Advisory Committee.
How serving students connects to my identity as an Asian American
Co-hosted by the UC Berkeley Asian American Alumni Group and UC Berkeley's Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies Program
"We can look within ourselves to find strength and persevere."
The Arts Research Center will celebrate the 2022/23 Poetry Fellows on May 4 at 5 p.m.