Berkeley Connect History students delve into the heart of history Last week, I joined Berkeley Connect History graduate mentor Adrianne Francisco as she facilitated a small-group discussion of an important question: what is history? To help the students answer this question, Adrianne gave groups of students a word or phrase and asked them to sketch out how to […]Continue reading . . . What is History?
Berkeley Connect English students explore poetry and prose with professors Melanie Chandra and Robert Hass Students from Berkeley Connect English gathered recently in the informal comfort of the English Department Lounge to discuss the intersection of poetry and prose with Professors Melanie Chandra and Robert Hass, who are team-teaching the ever-popular Modes of Writing course together this […]Continue reading . . . Writing Across Genres
Berkeley Connect Architecture students get a tour of the newly renovated stadium California Memorial Stadium is the home of the California Golden Bears – and one of the largest football-only stadiums in Northern California. Another unique quality? It is the only stadium built entirely on a seismic fault. The newly renovated stadium not only looks sleeker […]Continue reading . . . Exploring Memorial Stadium
Berkeley Connect in Physics speakers share with undergraduates why they became scientists On September 24, Berkeley Connect in Physics hosted a panel of scientists from UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory who spoke about the challenges and rewards of being a scientist. Undergraduates were given the opportunity to ask questions of the panelists, who weighed in on […]Continue reading . . . Becoming scientists