Call to Action!
Did you serve in the Peace Corps? If so, we'd love to hear from you. CNR will set up a special Class Notes section to capture the rich stories of our alumni and to celebrate the Peace Corps 50th Anniversary. Share your experience here!
Student Organic Garden 40th Anniversary
The Student Organic Gardening Association wants to hear about your experiences and fond memories in the garden. If you have stories to share, a workshop you'd like to provide, or if you just want to say hi, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you!
In 2009-2010, all departments at UC Berkeley, including academic departments, took a permanent budget cut averaging 19 percent. Last year, approximately 600 staff positions were eliminated. Another 280 are slated for elimination this year. State funding for UC Berkeley is now less than federal funding, less than student fees, and less than private donations.
What you can do?
Please send an email telling your legislator to put a revenue measure on the ballot, so California voters can decide whether to maintain existing taxes that will help save UC Berkeley.
CNR has only 30 percent of our alumni email addresses. We are dependent upon email addresses and accurate contact information to carry-out our mission of serving society by generating and disseminating knowledge in the biological, physical, and social sciences in order to provide the tools both to protect the Earth's natural resources and ensure economic and ecological sustainability for future generations.
We aim to provide relevant content through the programs we administer at the College, and hope that while you are engaging with your alma mater, you are also engaging with like-minded alumni who can help us increase the number of email addresses in our system by forwarding this newsletter or the Stay Involved link onto any and all alumni you know.
Thank you for participating in the success of our Grass Roots Email Capture.
College of Natural Resources
Upcoming Public Events
Vice Admiral Regina M. Benjamin Surgeon General of the United States
The College of Natural Resources and the School of Public Health invite you to attend a lecture by Vice Admiral Regina M. Benjamin, Surgeon General of the United States. Read on...
The Bioeconomy Conference
Professor Jill Banfield has been awarded the L'Oreal-UNESCO Award For Women in Science. She is one of five women to receive the award from the L'Oreal Foundation for her work on bacterial and material behaviour under extreme conditions relevant to the environment and the Earth. She is the 2011 Leaureate of North America.
...more Public Events
CNR ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Career Panel
Food & the Environment -Food Choices Matter
Thursday, April 7 | 3 pm | CNR Student Resource Center | 260 Mulford Hall | UC Berkeley Campus
Frances Moore Lappe Reception & Lecture
Living Democracy and Social Justice: Everyday Connections Between Global Hunger, Environmental Sustainability and Food Policies
Lappe will be available for book-signings at the reception which begins at 5:00 pm directly following the Career Panel.
Frances Moore Lappe - is the founder of Food First and the author of many books, including her first book Diet for a Small Planet which sold over 3 million copies worldwide.
Consider taking a personal day, joining us at the career panel, and staying for the evening lecture.
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The College is grateful for the support from CNR alumni and friends. Learn more about how your gifts support The College of Natural Resources here. Please make a gift today at our online site to support the college's student enrichment programs.
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