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DOE’s Energy Storage Grand Challenge Celebrates Women’s History Month 2021

If you reflect on the immense contributions of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s 17 national laboratories to society since the 1930s, it’s easy to conjure up discoveries and capabilities related to the multibillion-dollar, world-class national user facilities spread across the county. But the true keystone to innovation and impact lies in the people—the expertise and dedication of […]

IPO’s I-Corps Entrepreneurial Training starts May 2021

At Berkeley Lab, we take innovation seriously and the Intellectual Property Office is proud to lead the I-Corps Program. I-Corps, short for innovation corps, is an entrepreneurial training program funded by The Dept of Energy’s Office of Technology Transitions that embodies the Federal Government’s commitment to creating a culture of innovation at our National Labs. […]

Lawrence Hall of Science Summer Camps

The Lawrence Hall of Science is offering online and in-person (public health guidelines permitting) camp experiences featuring a variety of engaging topics in STEM for pre-K through high school students this summer. Financial aid is available for all camps. Learn more and register. Welcome to our 2021 Summer Camp offerings! We remain, as always, fully […]

Replay: DOE’s Baker on Energy Justice Initiatives

In a replay of a talk given last Friday, the Department of Energy’s first Deputy Director for Energy Justice, Shalanda Baker, discusses energy justice, the Justice40 initiative, and investments in clean energy for disadvantaged communities.  

Lab Hosts Virtual Visit of International Tech Women

Women from several countries had a virtual tour and met with mentors to discuss implementing their visions of change through science in their countries. Usually, the women spend several weeks at the Lab as fellows developing their ideas. If you would like to mentor next year, contact Reshma Singh. More about TechWomen>>

Select a ‘Hiring Our Heroes’ Fellow by April 14

Consider hiring a veteran for your open position through the Hiring Our Heroes Corporate Fellowship Program. The deadline for selection is April 14. Email [email protected] for more info. Current fellow Carlos Moreira shares his perspective and appreciation of the program and Lab. “As a Senior Business Manager, I’m able to leverage my previous experience as […]

Applications Open for WD&E Fall Internships

Applications for Workforce Development & Education’s fall internships are now open. These 15-week internships — such as SULI, CCI, and BLUR — begin August 23 and conclude on Dec. 3. The application deadline is May 27. Learn more and view instructions for applying to these internships.

Video: Secretary Granholm On Anti-Asian Violence

DOE Secretary Granholm shares her thoughts on last week’s Atlanta-area shootings and the pattern of hateful acts against Asian Americans, pledging solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander community in DOE. She asked employees to treat one another with dignity and respect.  

Application for Staff Advisor to the Regents (2021-2023) is now open

Applications for the position of staff advisor to the Regents are once again open for non-represented and represented staff or non-Senate academic employees who have at least five years of UC service, offering a unique opportunity to represent and serve your colleagues. The application period ends April 9, 2021, for a two-year term that runs […]

March is National Nutrition Month!

A healthy diet throughout life promotes healthy pregnancy outcomes, supports normal growth, development and aging, helps to maintain a healthy body weight, and reduces the risk of chronic disease- leading to overall health and well-being. Want Pinpoint Nutrition for your age, activity, and food preferences? Check out this Nutrition Calculator! https://www.precisionnutrition.com/nutrition-calculator Here’s what a Healthy […]