The Fall semester has officially begun! As the UC Berkeley campus returns to in-person operations, campus leadership recognizes UC Berkeley staff and faculty for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic. On August 25th, in a message to the campus community, Chancellor Carol Christ wrote: “I could not be prouder of our amazing campus community that has come together in support of its members, our university and our academic mission.”
As UC Berkeley students return to class, we'd like to remind you of the learning opportunities and resources that we offer for staff. Here are some resources that you can take advantage of today!
Did you know that all UC Berkeley staff have access to more than 5,000 on-demand courses for free? Click here to access your LinkedIn Learning account!
3. Grow on the Go!
Our newest addition, the Grow on the Go Library is up and ready for your use. In it, you'll find short videos with companion guides, checklists, and helpful toolkits to help you be successful in our uniquely-Berkeley environment.
‘Blue’ and ‘Gold’ satellites headed to Mars in 2024: An interplanetary mission led by Berkeley to put two satellites — dubbed “Blue” and “Gold” — into orbit around Mars has been officially authorized. Read more in the linked article!
Emerging from one’s pandemic cave is both complicated and necessary. UC Berkeley psychologists explain why.
For U.S. workers and students who have toiled remotely in isolation or in pods for the past year and a half, reentering offices, classrooms, and other old stomping grounds is likely to cause emotions ranging from exhilarating to downright nerve-wracking. Learn tips to help ease your transition here.
We would like to take this opportunity to let you know that our Wisdom Café Wednesday editor, Maddy Irwin, has departed UC Berkeley. We will be hiring for the role, which includes the production of this Newsletter, but until that time, this publication will be on hiatus.
Please continue to visit our Grow Site to learn about the many offerings from the People & Organization Development team. We look forward to being back in your inbox very soon!
Did you know?
LinkedIn Learning offers more than 5,000 on-demand courses on business, creative, and technology skills and you get to access it for free as a UCB staff member. Click here to sign in/access your account!