Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Seminar | March 27 | Evans Hall
Deadline | March 27 | -11:50 p.m. | 410 Barrows Hall
The UC Berkeley Sociological Research Symposium provides undergraduates, graduate students, and professionals the opportunity to share exceptional sociological work from different disciplines. By inviting students and recent graduates to present their work, the Symposium seeks to create a greater sense of community among budding sociological scholars. If selected, you will also receive... More >
Seminar | March 27 | 9-9:30 a.m. | Barrows Hall, Radio Broadcast, ON-AIR ONLY, 90.7 FM
Brian Egdorf, PhD Candidate, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures; Ashley Smiley, PhD Student, Department of Integrative Biology
KALX 90.7 FM
Tune in for another exciting episode of The Graduates as we speak with Brian Egdorf about his work studying language and literature.
Seminar | March 27 | 11 a.m.-12 p.m. | 101 Life Sciences Addition
Florian Krammer, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Department of Microbiology
This seminar is partially sponsored by NIH
Seminar | March 27 | 12-1:30 p.m. | Dwinelle Hall, Academic Innovation Studio, 117 Dwinelle Hall (Level D)
How College Endowments Became Hedge Funds
Rising wealth inequality in America has been paralleled by growing resource inequalities in higher education. This inequality in higher education has been fueled by a spectacular rise in endowment wealth at elite private schools since the 1980s.
Workshop | March 27 | 12:10-1:30 p.m. | Tang Center, University Health Services, Class of '42
Greg Ryan, Campus Ergonomist, Be well at Work - Ergonimics
Improve your posture through awareness and exercise. Learn about common muscular imbalances and postural patterns. Practice strengthening, stretching, and stability exercises to promote healthy postures and better balance. Wear comfortable clothing. Enroll online through the UC Learning Center.
Course | January 16 – May 3, 2018 every Tuesday & Thursday | 2-3:30 p.m. | 102 Wurster Hall
In this spring 2018 class, we shall take up the nature of public speech from Socrates' public dissent to social media messaging today. The course reading will combine classic philosophical statements about the value of free, subversive and offensive speech; histories of the emergence of public spheres; and sociologies of technologically-mediated speech today.