Psychology professor, Dacher Keltner, discusses his book on how people gain power, then lose influence; Food insecurity on campuses and how Berkeley is trying to alleviate it; Professor Jennifer Doudna describes the far-reaching implications of her gene-editing technology; Civil & Environmental Engineering professor, Arpad Horvath, on the future of sustainable transportation; Alums, Nikhil Arora and Alejandro Velez, talk about their “Back to the Roots” food line, born at Berkeley; and more.
1. PBS Newshour, “Power,” Dacher Keltner
2. PBS Newshour “Economics 101,” Fabrizio Mejia, Student Equity & Success
3. ABC Australia, Catalyst – “Gene Editing” Professor Jennifer Doudna
4. CNBC Sustainable Energy, “Sustainable Transportation,” Arpad Horvath, Civil Environmental Engineering
5. CNBC Mad Money, “Back to the Roots,” Nikhil Arora and Alejandro Velez
6. KQED Spark, “3D Printed Buildings,” architecture professor Ron Rael
7. KPIX “Students Rising Above” Cal graduate Raymone Lacey never gave up