The College of Letters & Science is the oldest academic unit on the Berkeley campus, and confers more than 70 percent of undergraduate degrees every year. What better time than Homecoming to celebrate the creation of an official home for the college? Join Chancellor Carol T. Christ and our community of L&S deans, faculty, students, and alumni as we unveil the new front door to the College of Letters & Science in Dwinelle Hall and adjacent Durant Hall on the historic plaza at the east entrance to Dwinelle. Refreshments will be served.
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Please join us for coffee and pastries followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with College of Chemistry Dean Douglas S. Clark and Undergraduate Dean John Arnold.
Limited to 150 people on a first come, first served basis.
Parents of current Berkeley-Haas undergraduate students are invited to join Dean Rich Lyons ’82 and other key Haas staff for a personal welcome and information session. Dean Lyons will speak to Haas’ assets, including the school’s culture and defining principles, incredible faculty and student body, and the powerful professional and networking support students will benefit from for years to come as a member of the Berkeley-Haas Alumni Network. Q&A to follow. Students welcome.
This event is part of a great day of programming at Berkeley-Haas. See the full schedule at haas.berkeley.edu/alumni/homecoming.
Start your day on our newly renovated plaza with coffee and pastries from our recently opened café Rice & Bones, headed by renowned chef (and CED attendee) Charles Phan of San Francisco’s Slanted Door.
Online registration for this event is now closed. If you would like to attend, please email email@example.com. Thank you!
Engineering alumni and parents are invited to join us for coffee, pastries, and an informal opportunity to meet college deans, faculty, and student leaders as well as fellow members of the Berkeley Engineering community. There will be no formal program; students and their families are welcome to join us!
Join Dean Jennifer Wolch, department chairs, and the assistant dean of development and alumni relations to hear the latest exciting news from the College of Environmental Design.
Please register here: ced.berkeley.edu/events-media/events/college-of-environmental-design-open-house
The College of Natural Resources Alumni Association invites CNR alumni, students, and their families to the annual CNR Homecoming Picnic during Reunion and Parents Weekend. Enjoy the taco bar, refreshing drinks, and sweet treats as you connect with our growing CNR community!
A separate, no-cost registration with CNR is required to attend the picnic. Learn more and register for the event at nature.berkeley.edu/picnic.
Enjoy a complimentary lunch from our new café, Rice & Bones, in the beautiful east courtyard as you mingle and reconnect with fellow alumni, faculty, and students. Beer and wine will be served.
Please register for this event at ced.berkeley.edu/events-media/events/college-of-environmental-design-open-house.
Join your alumni colleagues and those with an interest in aging for a Homecoming weekend event! Beverages and pastries will be served, Jennie Chin Hansen will serve as the keynote speaker, and you’ll have an opportunity to hear about the school’s new Aging Certificate and other recent developments at the School of Social Welfare. Please be sure to bring your business cards for a raffle and exchanging with colleagues.
Please register for this event at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/school-of-social-welfare-gerontology-alumni-networking-event-tickets-37472277591
Jennie Chin Hansen is the former executive director of On Lok Senior Health Services and the national Program for All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). Chin Hansen’s many national leadership positions include serving as the president of AARP, CEO of the American Geriatrics Society, president of the American Society on Aging, and federal commissioner of the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission. She is a passionate advocate for quality community-based services for older adults.