Interventions & Innovations Event Series

Overview

“Interventions & Innovations: Undergraduates in Conversation about their Discovery Projects” is a new campus series that brings together undergraduates who are doing ambitious and interesting discovery projects in a wide range of fields. Hosted by the Discovery Hub, this series gives new students an opportunity to hear juniors and seniors speak about the work they are doing and gain a better understanding of what’s possible for undergraduate education at UC Berkeley.

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Past Event Recordings

Recordings of past events will be posted here as they become available. 


Undergraduate Research In the Field of Carceral Studies

UC Berkeley is an important place for innovative research, teaching, and organizing on issues of mass incarceration and racialized state violence. Undergraduates are at the forefront of this urgently important work, and this panel discussion brings together a handful of students to share stories about: their work and its implications, how they developed their projects, and what people and resources at UC Berkeley have supported their projects. We welcome all students to this event to learn more about opportunities to get involved in the field of carceral studies.

Undergraduate Research In the Field of Carceral Studies


Undergraduate Makers, Inventors, and Designers @ Cal

Are you interested in what innovation as a Berkeley undergraduate student looks like? Join us for a conversation with five undergraduates who are deeply involved in maker, inventor, and design communities on campus. Learn about their experiences in building solar cars, robotics, autonomous vehicles, and software. And find out more about what you can do at Berkeley.

Undergraduate Makers, Inventors, and Designers @ Cal