Naomi Sagan on the HKN Zoom panel, Cal Week 2020

EECS Cal Day

EECS students, faculty, and staff host a variety of events on Cal Day to introduce newly admitted students and their families to our community. Cal Day 2022 will be dedicated to registered, newly admitted students and their families only.

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Cal Week 2022

This year will be a hybrid exprience, with virtual events happening during the week of 4/23-29, and an in-person on-campus event for newly admitted students and their families on Saturday, 4/23.

Information for Newly Admitted Students

Check the Berkeley Admitted Students website and your My Application Portal (MAP@Berkeley) for updates and information on how to register for Cal Day events. For any further questions about registration, please check any communications from the Office of Admissions and contact them directly.

Saturday, April 23, 2022

Cal Day In-Person Events

EECS Advisor Tabling

Hearst Mining Circle

Table locations can be found on the Guide Book Application.

9:00am-4:00pm

Come meet EE and CS Advisors! They're here to help you as you navigate this journey through this amazing degree program. Ask questions about requirements, how to get involved as a student, and grab some EECS swag. We look forward to seeing you there!

Student Sessions

430-438 Soda Hall

CS Kickstart Q&A

10:00 am - 11:00 am
Learn more about CS Kickstart! CS KickStart is a one week introductory class in computer science designed for incoming freshman women at UC Berkeley. Participants learn how to program, learn about the different areas of computer science, and meet other computer science students.

Exploring EECS Outside the Classroom with IEEE

11:00 am - noon
Come get hands on with IEEE! We are the student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) p;at U.C. Berkeley. As an active organization on campus, we provide lab services, promote student professional awareness, participate in outreach programs, and serve as the backbone for student-industry networking in EECS. In addition to hosting industry events such as infosessions and the semi-annual Startup Fair, we plan social activities to maintain balance with the technical atmosphere.During our session you'll learn more about our group and have some fun activities to get more insight into our group.

Computer Science Upper Division Showcase - Upsilon Pi Epsilon

Noon - 1 pm
At this event, students in upper division computer science courses will share their experiences and demo their projects. We will give an overview of areas of study and their respective courses in computer science. We welcome all students interested in computer science to listen and ask questions to members of Upsilon Pi Epsilon computing honor society.

AWE Meet and Greet Social

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Come meet us! The Association of Women in EECS (AWE) is a supportive community at UC Berkeley that seeks to empower women and non-binary identifying students pursuing Computer Science and/or Electrical Engineering. AWE provides exposure to industry and research opportunities, as well as space to connect with each other, by hosting various academic, social, and professional events throughout the academic year.

Thursday, April 29, 2022

Cal Week Virtual Events

Student Organization Info Sessions

7:00-8:00pm

AWE Q&A Session

Join Zoom Meeting

The Association of Women in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (AWE) is a supportive community at UC Berkeley that seeks to empower women and non-binary idenitfying students pursuing Computer Science and/or Electrical Engineering. AWE provides exposure to industry and research opportunities, as well as space to connect with each other, by hosting various academic, social, and professional events throughout the academic year.


CS Kickstart Info Session

Join Zoom Meeting

CS KickStart is a one week introductory class in computer science designed for incoming freshman women at UC Berkeley. Participants learn how to program, learn about the different areas of computer science, and meet other computer science students.


IEEE Session

Join Zoom Meeting

We are the student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) at U.C. Berkeley. As an active organization on campus, we provide lab services, promote student professional awareness, participate in outreach programs, and serve as the backbone for student-industry networking in EECS. In addition to hosting industry events such as infosessions and the semi-annual Startup Fair, we plan social activities to maintain balance with the technical atmosphere.

Pre-Recorded Sessions

Student Presentations

CS Kickstart 2022 Info Session

CS KickStart is a one-week introductory CS class for a female-identifying incoming freshman at UC Berkeley.


UCBUGG Films

The UC Berkeley Undergraduate Graphics Group (UCBUGG) is a casual bunch of students at Berkeley who want to introduce our fellow students to the process of producing a 3D animated short film. The course is offered through Democratic Education at Cal.


Computer Science Upper Division Showcase

These slides from Upsilon Pi Epsilon will give you an overview of areas of study and their respective courses in computer science.

Staff Presentations

CS/EECS Advising Info Session

Our advisors will be there to help you navigate this journey! There will be more at Golden Bear Orientation, but for now, here are a few insights into how to prepare for fall, what questions they can help with, and how to contact them.

Faculty Presentations

Welcome from the Chairs

Meet our EECS Chairs! They provide an overview of the EE and CS programs, what opportunities there are for students in this major, and how to make the most out of your time here at Berkeley EECS.


The Beauty and Joy of Binary Numbers

Prof. Dan Garcia

We will teach you some computer science through an interactive example, a magic trick, and show you the secret behind a very famous game so you’ll never lose again!


GamesCrafters

Prof. Dan Garcia

A research and development group that explores combinatorial and computational game theory.

Accessibility

If you require an accommodation for effective communication or information about campus mobility access features in order to fully participate in our virtual events, please contact Kait Guthrie (eecs-calday@eecs.berkeley.edu) with as much advance notice as possible and at least 7 days in advance of the event.