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Celebrate the ADA with Viewing Party of Film ‘Crip Camp’

  Celebrate the ADA with Viewing Party of Film ‘Crip Camp’ Celebrate the 31st anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act with a joint viewing of the Oscar-nominated film “Crip Camp” on July 26 at 6 p.m. This documentary frames the history of disability rights around memories of a freewheeling and formative summer camp for disabled […]

Info Sessions for Employees on Career Progression

Interested in learning how promotions are handled at the Lab? This workshop will provide you with tools and guidance to help evaluate your career progression and understand the Lab’s promotion process. Two sessions are available: July 29 at 9 a.m. or August 12 at 11 a.m.

Bystander Intervention To Stop Anti-Asian/American And Xenophobic Harassment

The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) invites the public to a free virtual training on strategies for bystanders to intervene to stop anti-Asian/American and xenophobic harassment. The training will be presented by Asian Law Caucus and Hollaback! DFEH encourages anyone interested in the event to register by filling in the form below. […]

Return of the Groove Lounge – July 29, 2021

The Groove Lounge with DJ Miles Green is back! An eclectic blend of groovy tunes from around the globe. Date: Thursday,  July 29, 2021 (add it to your calendar) Time: 5:00 – 6:00 pm Zoom: In case you missed it, click here for past recordings: Lounge Rules: – Open to Berkeley Lab employees […]

Berkeley Lab’s 11th Open Mic – Friday, July 30, 2021

The Open Mic is back again! Join us for our 11th hour of music, poetry, spoken word and, it goes without saying, great community. Date: Friday, July 30 (add it to your calendar) Time: 4:30 – 5:30 pm Join us on Zoom As usual we want to welcome back all of our previous performers AND […]

Supervisor Workshops on Promotions/Reclassifications

Dear Colleagues, As we navigate through the performance review process, many conversations will emerge regarding career development and plans for promotions or reclassifications. While there is some differentiation between divisions on considerations for promotions, the Lab’s process and approach aims to be applied consistently while promoting fairness for advancement opportunities. Additionally, as part of the […]

Call for SAGE camp SAGE Guides!

The K-12 Program Office is now actively recruiting volunteers as SAGE Guides to walk our girls through the professional development curriculum that we have been hard at work designing. If you are available the week of August 1st both 8:30-8:45am and 11:40am-12:35pm, we need your help!!! This opportunity is open to all LBL employees so please […]

UCSF Emotional Well-Being in 2021 Webinar Series

Emotional Well-Being in 2021 Webinar Series By popular demand, we are launching a second series of webinars based on last year’s Emotional Well-Being During the COVID-19 Crisis for Health Care Providers series. As before, these sessions will be moderated by Vice Chair for Adult Psychology Elissa Epel, PhD, and feature experts sharing insights on how […]

Juneteenth 2021 from the Center for Equity, Gender, and Leadership at UC Berkeley

As we approach Juneteenth, we take this opportunity to highlight the following stories, media, and events around the origin and history of Juneteenth, and to celebrate Black communities, culture and experiences. We hope you find these resources helpful. For a primer on Juneteenth, check out this New York Times article.

Basics of Burnout: Causes and Remedies in a Research Environment – June 22, 2021

Feeling overwhelmed by work, particularly during these challenging times? You are not alone. Join us  for a new mental health seminar called “Basics of Burnout: Causes and Remedies in a Research Environment.”  In this one-hour seminar and facilitated discussion, Dragonfly Mental Health will define the core components of Burnout as well as strategies to treat […]