Below are articles from various sources about the MCB Graduate Program and its students.
MCB is pleased to welcome our newest graduate students at Orientation 2019!
Learn some fun facts about their favorite model organisms, childhood career aspirations and more.
Jingxun Chen's speech highlighted the ways MCB students have helped make the Department more inclusive. Thank you for your speech, Jing, and congratulations!
MCB PhD graduates celebrated at Commencement on May 24th, 2019. Congratulations everyone!
Based on feedback from undergraduates and faculty, these students were nominated for Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Awards for their teaching in 2018.
CDB retreat in Asilomar, CA. Thank you to David Drubin and Matt Welch for the photo, and to Diana Bautista and David Bilder for organizing such a fun retreat!
We welcomed our new MCB graduate students at Orientation 2018! Learn some fun facts about their favorite model organisms, childhood career aspirations and more.
Before the Fall 2018 semester begins, we celebrated MCB grad students' hard work and contributions to research, teaching, and other achievements with a pizza lunch.
Recruitment is full of fun activities around Berkeley, including a hike to the Big C.
As the summer comes to a close, the department starts off the 2017-2018 academic year by acknowledging our students' hard work, dedication and contributions to research and teaching, and by celebrating their achievements over the past year.
Thank you Michael Bronski for sharing your story about how science saved your life. He spoke at the 2017 Commencement Ceremony as the MCB student speaker. We wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors!
Congratulations to our 2017 MCB Graduates!
The Department Welcomes the Class of 2016 to our program. The students enjoyed a three day orientation, which culminated in a wine and cheese reception on Friday, August 19th at Alumni House.
Sarah Hamilton joins the MCB Graduate Affairs Office just in time for the beginning of the new academic year.
Sarah comes to us from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, where she worked as a Student Services Advisor. Prior to working at the Academy of Art, she worked as a Counseling Intern at Cal State, Chico and holds both a Bachelors and Masters degree in Psychology.
Sarah will mainly focus on third year and beyond student support, together with managing our recruitment, orientation, GSI appointment and commencement activities (to name just a few).