Tune in to hear them discuss Michael's recent book "Unconventional Vehicles" and companion album "Songs for Unconventional Vehicles." They delve into the challenges of converting forty-five of the strangest cars, trains, planes, submersibles, dirigibles and rockets into song.
Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday @ 9AM for an interview with Cat Taylor from the Department of Integrative Biology. Cat is a biological anthropologist who studies the postcranial skeletons of human and nonhuman primates. In the interview, she discusses her work before the COVID era, when she measured physical specimens in the National Museum of Ethiopia, as well as her work with digital data during the COVID era.
Live play-by-play of Cal Men's football games.
Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday, 8/31 @ 9AM, for an interview with Nina Sokolov from the Department of Integrative Biology. Nina collects bees in the Sierras to try to figure out how viruses move between native and non-native species. She's just completed a long field season, and now she plans to spend time in the lab analyzing the virus samples she's collected. When she's not in the field or in the lab, she uses art to teach people about her research.
UC Berkeley's annual Homecoming event is scheduled for October 1-3, 2021. Homecoming is an annual gathering for thousands of alums and parents to celebrate the Cal community, connections, and culture.
Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday @ 9AM for an interview with Kat Magoulick from the Department of Integrative Biology. Kat is a paleontologist who studies the Great American Biotic Interchange, an event precipitated by the formation of the Isthmus of Panama about 2.7 million years ago. With the continents connected by land, animals from North America moved into South America and vice versa.
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Join KALX 90.7 FM, the campus radio station. We are recruiting new student and UC staff volunteers for the fall. Be a DJ, work in news or sports, create web content, produce and write for public affairs. Although we will be partially remote, you can gain many valuable skills working at KALX.
Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday @ 9AM for an interview with Kavena "Kav" Hambira from the Department of Art Practice. Kav is a contemporary Namibian artist who uses film to document social injustices. Although he initially came to the US to pursue an unrelated degree, he was inspired to take up a camera following Trayvon Martin's death and George Zimmerman's acquittal.
Join our host Moody on Method to the Madness, Friday July 30th @ noon, as he meets with the Schmidt Science Fellowship Recipient, Rebecca Pinals, and discusses the impact that nanotechnology may have on our future.