The BBRG serves and involves faculty at University of California, Berkeley, and from academic institutions across California, across the United States and across the globe. Faculty located anywhere in the world (outside the University of California, Berkeley) are invited to apply to the BBRG Scholars in Residence Program and to the BBRG Affiliated Scholars Program. If you are a faculty member at University of California, Berkeley, BBRG would like to encourage you to work with BBRG scholars in your field. You are also invited to publicly present your work with BBRG scholars on panels or to serve as discussants of such panels. All faculty are invited to attend all BBRG public events. The BBRG welcomes your involvement, ideas and energies!
The BBRG serves and involves graduate students across the campus in a variety of ways. If you are a graduate student, you are welcome and encouraged to contact BBRG scholars who may be working in your field. For example, many BBRG Scholars in Residence have helped UC Berkeley graduate students working on issues of gender and women to connect with academic institutions, faculty, and graduate students in their field sites, thereby enhancing the graduate students’ scholarly connections. All graduate students are invited to attend all BBRG public events. The BBRG welcomes your involvement, ideas and energies!
The BBRG serves and involves undergraduate students in a variety of ways. If you are an undergraduate student, you are welcome to apply to the Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program (URAP) to work as a research mentee/assistant to a BBRG Scholar in Residence working on gender and/or women. The BBRG also employs undergraduate students as work-study students. All undergraduates are invited to attend all BBRG public events. The BBRG welcomes your involvement, ideas and energies!
The University of California, Berkeley is a public institution and we at BBRG take our public mission seriously. Throughout the academic year, all of the events that BBRG organizes are free and open to the public. We also organize some community based events. For example, we worked with local South Asian communities and others on an academic-activist campus event for relief work for survivors of the Pakistan-India Earthquake. The BBRG keeps a list of BBRG Friends in the Community, to which we announce our events. To join this list, please send an email to: bbrg [at] berkeley [dot] edu. The BBRG welcomes your involvement, ideas and energies!