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Workforce Diversity

Within Computing Sciences (CS), we recognize that managing diversity requires a comprehensive approach to creating a work environment that values all people and empowers employees to reach their full potential in pursuit of Computing Sciences and Laboratory goals and objectives.

ESnet Director Inder Monga discusses how diversity benefits science innovation at Berkeley Lab.


As such, Computing Sciences' hiring practices encourage diversity and help to develop a diverse workforce.

Staff members also work with Bay Area schools, support conferences and volunteer with outside programs to help develop the next generation of scientists and engineers and, in particular, strive to engage members of under-represented groups.

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Lab Hosts Five CSGF Fellows

July 1, 2019

Berkeley Lab will welcome five Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellows (CSGF) this year. Drawing from diverse scientific and engineering disciplines, the fellows share a common interest in using computing in their research. Each of these talented students is pursuing a doctoral degree in a field that uses high-performance computing to solve complex science and engineering problems. Read More »

2019 CS Summer Student Kickoff

Nearly 200 Students Participate in 2019 CS Summer Program

June 3, 2019

The Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences summer student program is back, and it’s bigger than ever this year. Read More »

Yuba Cori

Lab Hosts Upward Bound Students

January 17, 2019

Yuba Colleges students and chaperones wrap up their tour of the machine room with a group shot with Cori. Students from the Yuba College Upward Bound program visited Berkeley Lab on Friday, January 11, where they learned about high-performance computing and networking, then toured the NERSC machine room and the Advanced Light Source. In all, 28 students and chaperones participated in the visit, which was hosted by the lab's Federal and Community Relations Office. Upward Bound is a federally… Read More »