OCTO Hybrid Research Fair
In-person: Wednesday, December 7, 2022 | Eshleman Hall 5th Floor | 10 am - 5 pm
Online: Join us Live on Zoom. You can also scroll below to learn more and connect directly with our attendees
The Office of the Chief Technology (OCTO) of the Associated Students of the University of California
is excited to announce our first annual Research Fair to connect undergraduate students looking to
expand their professional and academic experiences to UC Berkeley’s preeminent research opportunities.
This event offers a unique chance to talk face-to-face with our campus researchers and scholarship providers, and drop off resumes for future connections. If you also have research idea and are looking for funding, we have scholarship and fellowship providers joining us. Get reminder to the event at the Google Form here. See you at the Research Fair!
If you have any questions, feel free to email us.
Let's Connect with Researchers & Scholarship Providers
Public Health & MCB & Psychology
NIH MAXIMIZING ACCESS TO RESEARCH CAREER AWARDS (MARC)
MARC provides support to eligible, domestic institutions to develop and implement effective, evidence-informed approaches to biomedical research training and mentoring that will keep pace with the rapid evolution of the biomedical research enterprise.
INNOVATION FOR YOUTH (I4Y)
I4Y works closely and learns from practitioners, policymakers and young people themselves on issues such as youth violence, homelessness, reproductive health and education inequality.
Public Policy & Social Welfare & Psychology
RISK RESILIENCE RESEARCH LAB
The Risk Resilience Research Lab aims to improve justice, safety and well-being for people and communities at risk, through policy-relevant research by partnering with the government and non profit stakeholders.
Geography & International Studies
GEOGRAPHY UNDERGRADUATE MENTORING PROGRAM
The Geography Undergraduate Mentoring Program seeks to support undergraduate students in Geography with mentoring from Geography graduate students and faculty, to turn their passion into purpose.
DEPARTMENT OF SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES
The department of south and southeast asia specialties in all periods from the classical to the modern, in the fields of literature, history and religious studies and conducts research in India, Pakistan, Tibet, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines.
Computer Science & Data
DATA SCIENCE DISCOVERY RESEARCH PROGRAM
The Data Science Discovery Program connects academic researchers, government agencies, non profits, industry partners within the field of data science to UC Berkeley students with an array of unique research opportunities.
Information Technology & Quantum Information Science
HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION AND INFORMATION VISUALIZATION
The School of Information is committed to expanding access to information and to improving its usability, reliability and credibility whilst preserving securing and privacy.
Energy & Nuclear Engineering & Biotechnology & Physics
RENEWABLE AND APPROPRIATE ENERGY LABORATORY
RAEL focuses on designing, testing, and disseminating renewable and appropriate energy systems to help these technologies realize their full potential and contribute to environmentally sustainable development in both industrialized and developing nations.
BERKELEY STUDY ABROAD
BSA strives to inspire students to think creatively and globally and to challenge themselves intellectually and personally by venturing beyond their cultural and linguistic zones of comfort through study abroad.
Who will be joining us
and many more...
Frequently Asked Questions
- Why a Research Fair?
The absence of in-person communication on the existing scholarship platforms makes it incredibly
difficult for students to find what they are looking for and for scholarship providers and researchers
to find the right students who meet their specifications. This is precisely the exigency. At the fair,
you will be able to talk to potential candidates, gather their resumes, and publicise your program to
hundreds of students who could have missed your amazing opportunity and the chance to gain invaluable
- Who are eligible to participate?
All undergraduate students are welcome to come!
- Is there any registration fee or RSVP?
No. Just come by us at Eshleman Hall 5th Floor on Monday, November 14th, and discover your passion!