9 Ways to Keep Your Connection to Cal Golden
How will you stay connected to UC Berkeley after graduation?Read More
Expand your horizons with Cal Discoveries Travel.
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If you’re ready to take a break from your hectic day-to-day life and breathe in some cool mountain air, you’ll find everything you need at the Lair—a Cal alumni destination since 1949.
Environmental sciences major Anjika Pai ’22 has earned UC Berkeley’s highest honor for a graduating senior.
The Japanese American Women Alumnae of UC Berkeley (JAWAUCB) honored Midori Kono Thiel ’55, MFA ’59, with its 2022 Outstanding Alumnae Award. The recipients of this award have distinguished themselves through their academic careers, contributions to their community, and career accomplishments.
Though there are many resources for those who pursue higher education, navigating the post-grad landscape is less clear, especially for students from underrepresented backgrounds.*
A wide variety of Asian American Pacific Islander authors have emerged from UC Berkeley. The result: memoirs, comic books, novels, and more that reflect different facets of Asian identity and experience, both in and outside of the United States.
One student pays it forward in his continued fight for social justice.
Eric Esparza is an Achievement Award Program (TAAP) Scholar in UC Berkeley’s Class of 2022. Below are his reflections on his journey to UC Berkeley.
The newest award recipients embody student leadership at UC Berkeley.
Dive deeper with these interviews to learn more about the lecturers, how they prepare for the trips, and the role they play while on tour.
Travel the world without leaving the page. Our esteemed Tour Lecturers share their favorite travel reading selections with you.
In response to the continued evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have cancelled the 2020 Travel Reception and program preview originally scheduled for Sunday, May 31, 2020. We have added our 2021 trips to our website and are working to get further details onto each tour page. Please continue to check back for the most […]
Attending college can be a challenge for formerly incarcerated students. No one knows better than TAAP scholars John Lam ’23 and Michelle Maxwell ’23.