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UC Council of Chief Diversity Officer’s Distinguished Scholar Webinar – April 28, 2021

You are cordially invited to the UC Council of Chief Diversity Officer’s Distinguished Scholars Webinar. The speaker series features UC scholars who have made significant contributions to the study of racial inequality in their research, teaching, mentorship and publicly engaged scholarship. Please join us on April 28th, 1-2:00 PM, when Amani M. Allen, Ph.D. M.P.H., […]

The Next 90: All Access Past, Present & Future

Celebrate the Past: All Access Since its founding in 2015, the All Access Employee Resource Group represents members of the disability community and their allies. All Access seeks to advance inclusion and equality for everyone in the Berkeley Lab community.     Experience the Present: All Access All Access advocates for a more accessible laboratory […]

UC Alumni Career Network | Leading through challenging times – March 24, 2021

Join the UC Alumni Career Network for a transparent discussion on the traumatic toll the pandemic has taken on leaders and strategies you can implement to prioritize your needs and those of your team. Uncertain, stressful, draining, and disruptive are terms frequently used to describe the past several months. As a leader it can be […]

Falling Walls Science Breakthroughs Finalist Videos

The international Falling Walls Breakthroughs competition has recognized four Lab teams as finalists in its annual Science Breakthroughs competition. The teams are from the Molecular Foundry, Energy Technologies Area, Joint Genome Institute, and Strategic Communications. The Foundry team is also a Top 10 winner in the Science and Innovation Management category, and will be celebrated […]

Three Questions for the All Access Executive Sponsors

This October is the 75th observance of National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). To celebrate, Executive Sponsors of the All Access Employee Resource Group – David L. Brown and Helen Cademartori – share what NDEAM means to them and how Berkeley Lab has become more accessible over the years. What does NDEAM mean to you? […]

Three Questions for Asmita Patel

September is National Preparedness Month, and those preparations extend to the science areas of the Lab. Last year the Lab was faced with two Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPSs), which provided unique challenges to a large scientific community such as the Lab. This week we talked with two of the Mission Support Officers who went […]

Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment

100 years ago, American women gained the right to vote with the passage of the 19th Amendment after decades of struggle. This Ken Burns film tells the story of this milestone by exploring race and gender roles that shaped the discussion. The Vote tells the dramatic culmination story of the hard-fought campaign waged by American […]

Gary May’s Diversity Mission: Creating Change By Helping Others – August 18, 2020

Join us for a Lab-wide Town Hall with UC Chancellor Gary May and Lab Director Mike Witherell on Tuesday, August 18, at 1 p.m. at streaming.lbl.gov. View a recorded version Chanellor May’s talk. Chancellor May became UC Davis Chancellor in 2017 after three decades at Georgia Tech, where he was Dean of the College of […]

Video: Pilot 1 Workers On-Site Share Thoughts

Working on Lab sites in the COVID-19 era, with limited staffing and safety controls in place, is different, but also familiar. In this brief video, Pilot 1 on site workers share their experiences working at the Lab with COVID-19 controls in place.

IDEA Brown Bag for Staff – Creating a Culture of Feedback – February 25, 2020

The Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Office leads a series of IDEA Brown Bag sessions for staff. This month’s topic: Creating a Culture of Feedback Join us for a discussion and tour of all our available resources: LinkedIn Learning videos, discussion guides, tool kits, articles and case studies and One Minute for Idea slides. We’ll show […]