Plant ecologist and evolutionary biologist David Ackerly has been selected to become the next dean of the College of Natural Resources.
ESPM professor Rosemary Gillespie is one of nine UC Berkeley faculty recently elected to the prestigious society.
Associate Adjunct Professor Patrick Gonzalez will serve as a lead author on the IPCC's next major climate change assessment.
Miguel Altieri awarded for agroecology research.
UC Berkeley was recently ranked the #1 school for Environmental Sciences by the QS World University Rankings. Congrats!
Vince Resh awarded by Society of Freshwater Sciences.
Fruta Fresca, Cuerpos Marchitos: Trabajadores Agricolas Migrantes en Estados Unidos (2017) recieves Honorable Mention.
Adela de la Torre will become the ninth permanent president of SDSU and the first woman to serve in that role.
ESPM Professor Allen Goldstein awarded prestigious research grant from the Humboldt Foundation which promotes collaborative research with German scientists.
PG&E Foundation funds smartphone app from Matteo Garbelotto’s lab.
The three-year grant is part of the Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy, and Water Systems program.
Professor Nancy Peluso launches three-year research project to assess land use policy in Indonesia.
The Department of Energy fellowship will support Norman's research in Carl Boettiger's lab.
Professor Jill Banfield has received a V.M. Goldschmidt Award, the highest honor given by the Geochemical Society.
Garrison Sposito has been honored for his contributions to the field of hydrology by a special issue of the journal, Advances in Water Resources.
Each year, the American Geophysical Union elects just 0.1 % of membership to become AGU Fellows and ESPM is proud to announce that Susan Hubbard has been named a 2017 fellow.
Graduate student Joan Dudney has been awarded a 2017 Switzer Fellowship for her environmental leadership.
Congratulations to graduate student Adam Calo and his team, whose project won first prize in the Big Ideas @ Berkeley competition in the category of Food Systems Innovations.
Matzen and Arnold are recognized for their participatory research techniques and empowerment of communities to take the lead in dealing with soils compromised by pollution.
Firestone’s research involves the fundamental understanding of soil microbial ecology, and its applications to problems such as global change, sustainability, and biodegradation.