Meet Our Undergraduate Dean's Leadership Team
The Dean’s Leadership Team (DLT) is a volunteer, undergraduate leadership program housed in the Division of Arts & Humanities. DLT members collaborate with their peers on creative strategies to promote the Arts & Humanities on campus, build community for the division’s undergraduate population, and provide support for student engagement and communications initiatives.
A&H Undergraduates in the News
In partnership with On the Same Page, the Division of Arts & Humanities sponsored a student essay and video contest. We asked students to stream the documentary (available for free ...Read more about OTSP Crip Camp Essay Contest Winners
Haley Baynard is a new student in theater and performance studies, who plans on pursuing a career in stage management. She says strong communication and leadership skills, and the ability to improvise and think quickly, are some of the traits of successful
Walking into my senior capstone course for the English major, I was a third-year student surrounded mostly by seniors headed out the door. Many people take these capstone courses in their final semester, but I took mine for English earlier to make room for a sociology thesis later.
"I really like the existential movement, where nothing really has a purpose, apart from what you make of it," says new first-year student Esther Cannesson.
Brittany Hosea-Small for UC BerkeleyBerkeley News: What year are you, and where are you
From the Yankton Reservation to California, Ruby Jay traces their family history in final installation at Art Practice
Each year, nine seniors in the Department of Art Practice are selected to receive an honors studio for their final semester. Each student receives their own studio space with 24/7 access. The studio space allows students to work on longer-term projects and explore new mediums alongside their...Read more about From the Yankton Reservation to California, Ruby Jay traces their family history in final installation at Art Practice