The LEAD Letter
A BI-WEEKLY LEAD CENTER PUBLICATION: VOLUME 1, ISSUE 6
Hey there, Golden Bears!
Who's ready for Spring Break? We sure are! All of us here at the LEAD Center are wishing you a stress-free week of fun in the sun with friends and adventures. While you're sipping lemonade on a beach somewhere, be sure to check out the RSO events below!
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Lead on & stay golden,
The LEAD Center
Student Group Spotlight
Berkeley Water Group
The Berkeley Water Group (BWG) was formed with the goal of providing a forum in which students from different departments can meet every other week to collaborate and discuss the interdisciplinary topics of water, sanitation, and hygiene. Check out their Idea Lab here!
BWG also serves as a hub through which participants can alert each other to talks, events and conferences addressing our shared interests. For example, the BWG was responsible for connecting two students to summer internship positions with projects for the summer in India and Mexico.
BWG, Engineers without Borders, and Wakunga Technologies are currently partnering for an opportunity to share an innovative technology with the UC Berkeley campus!
Wakunga Technologies will be presenting Fire 2.0, a two-step process that captures environmental thermal energy for the purpose of doing work.
- Step 1: Generating a thermal gradient using water solution and salt water solution.
- Step 2: Recharging the process using a solar chimney.
The entire process takes in water and emits water vapor as a result. Current implementation ideas include: water distillation, off-grid refrigeration, and water heating.
The Prytanean Society was founded at Berkeley in 1901 to recognize Cal women undergraduate students who demonstrate faith, service and loyalty to the University Of California, Berkeley. The Prytanean Prize is awarded to a woman student with junior standing in recognition of campus and community service as well as academic excellence (GPA Of 3.2 required).
The recipient will receive at a $1250 cash prize that will be presented at the Prytanean Alumnae Brunch on Saturday, April 11 at the Bancroft Hotel.
What's happening on Campus?
Volunteer to Poll
- Shifts are from 8AM-5PM
- April 7-9
- Pay is $10.00 an hour
- Deadline to apply is Friday, 3/20 by 11:59PM.
APU Spring 2015 Research Symposium
- Hosted by: Association of Psychology Undergraduates (APU)
- When: Saturday, April 11 from 4-8PM
- Location: 60 Evans
- Categories: Academic, Leadership Development, Performance, Social
This event is open to researchers at both undergraduate and graduate-levels. Through this opportunity, students will be able to present their research, learn about the current research of fellow colleagues, receive feedback, and network with other scholars in their field! Event is FREE with NO FEES for application or admission. FREE dinner and refreshments provided. Plus, ALL presenters will receive a special GIFT from APU for participating.
DEADLINE to submit this application is April 4 at 11:59PM, click here for application.
Guide to ASUC Elections
- Sproul Campaign Begins
Monday, March 30 – Thursday, April 9
Tuesday, April 7 (12:00AM) – Thursday, April 9 (11:59PM)
Online and Campus Polling Stations
- Tabulations Ceremony
Thursday, April 16
Physical Campus Polling Stations
- Wurster Hall from 9:00AM - 5:15PM
- Dwinelle Hall from 9:00AM - 5:15PM
- Sutardja Dai Hall from 9:00AM - 5:15PM
ASUC Election By-Laws
Click here to view the 2015 ASUC Bylaws pertaining to Elections
Questions, comments, concerns?