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
A new student-curated exhibition in Doe Library’s Brown Gallery showcases artists from the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia and their artworks that reflect the complexity of what it means to inherit language.
It was a Sunday morning in fall 2022, and...Read more about Berkeley News: When language comes under pressure
In rare form: Student-curated exhibit at UC Berkeley Library tells story of artists who used Arabic alphabet as elements in postcolonial art
Art history students at UC Berkeley are putting their semester-long learning on display this week with Letters | الحروف: How Artists Reimagined Language in the Age of Decolonization — a thought-provoking exhibit opening March 13 in Doe Library’s...Read more about In rare form: Student-curated exhibit at UC Berkeley Library tells story of artists who used Arabic alphabet as elements in postcolonial art
This Fall, the Division of Arts & Humanities hosted the 2022 Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, or MMUF, Western Regional Conference in partnership with the University of New Mexico. This was UC Berkeley’s first time hosting the regional conference in 10 years and the...Read more about Division of Arts & Humanities Hosts the MMUF 2022 Western Regional Conference at Berkeley
This article was originally posted at "OneDublin.org"
When I tell people I’m studying a subject within the humanities, they usually jump to an eyebrow raise coupled with some iteration of the following:
What are you going to use that degree for? How are you going to make any money...Read more about A&H Student POV: Life as a Student of the Humanities – from Dublin High School to UC Berkeley