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.
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.
Nearly 30 faculty members from schools all over the U.S. attended the latest Sustainable Research Pathways matching workshop, held December 4, 2018 in Berkeley Lab’s Shyh Wang Hall. Read More »
With 16 teams from four continents competing, this year's Student Cluster Competition at SC18 reflects the diversity embodied in one local team: Oakland’s Laney College. Now in its 12th year, the Student Cluster Competition at SC was developed to immerse undergraduate and high school students in high performance computing. In this real-time, non-stop, 48-hour challenge, teams of students assemble small computer clusters on the exhibit floor, racing to complete real-world workloads across a… Read More »
It’s all about opportunity, according to Dan Rosa de Jesús and Julián Cuevas, two students from the University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez (UPRM) who are spending their summer in Computing Sciences at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) learning everything they can about deep learning and how it can improve protein structure prediction, a grand challenge in structural biology. The two came to the lab in June as part of the Sustainable Research Pathways (SRP) internship… Read More »
Dozens of college students from around the world will spend the next two months at Berkeley Lab as part of the Computing Sciences Summer Student Program. Read More »
On April 19, a group of PhD students from UC Merced, all participants in the National Science Foundation’s Interdisciplinary Computational Graduate Education program, visited Berkeley Lab to learn about the many ways computing can be applied to research problems. Read More »