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Why (And How) I Became A Professor

Ethnic studies professors talk to BC Ethnic Studies about academia On April 15th, Professors Michael Omi and Raul Coronado spoke with Berkeley Connect Ethnic Studies students about how and why they became professors. The truth? Neither expected to go into academia when he first started college. In fact, Professor Omi initially wanted to be an immigration attorney, […]

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Philosophy Career Panel

Berkeley Connect Philosophy students discuss careers with alumni panel “What can I do with my Philosophy degree?” To help answer this common question, a panel of UC Berkeley Philosophy alumni talked to Berkeley Connect Philosophy students about the different career paths they pursued after graduation, providing valuable advice about the future. Facilitated by Berkeley Connect Philosophy […]

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Touring Berkeley Art Museum

Berkeley Connect Philosophy students visit the Berkeley Art Museum  Berkeley Connect Philosophy students had an eye-opening experience on April 4th: a guided tour of the Berkeley Art Museum with museum curator Lynne Kimura, specifically tailored to students of philosophy. The first work the students viewed was a large 14th century bronze Tibetian Buddha. Lynne pointed […]

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How We Listen

Music professors explore the ways we listen Listening to everything from Mozart to Rihanna, Music professors Mary Ann Smart, James Davies, and Edmund Campion shared how they listen in this fascinating and lively panel on April 3. The panelists listened to and discussed three very different pieces :  an aria from Mozart’s opera “Le nozze […]

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A trip to the MVZ

Berkeley Connect ESPM students tour the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology On March 20th, Berkeley Connect ESPM students were given a tour of the fascinating Museum of Vertebrate Zoology (MVZ). This natural history research facility, which is not open to the public, is home to 700,000 carefully preserved specimens, the largest collection of mammals, birds, amphibians […]

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