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We believe that fostering the brightest minds in engineering and technology starts with building an unparalleled community of students, professors, industry partners and staff. Whether you are an engineer looking to take the next step in your career or an established professional wanting to play a role in developing the next generation of entrepreneurs and leaders, you’ll ﬁnd all the contact information you need here.
GENERAL CONTACT INFO
We have two locations: Blum Hall and 11th Floor of 2150 Shattuck Avenue.
BLUM HALL (formerly Naval Architecture Building)
130 Blum Hall #5580
Berkeley, CA 94720-5580
11TH FLOOR (CET)
2150 Shattuck Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94704
UC BERKELEY CAMPUS PARKING (need UCB campus parking passes)
PUBLIC PARKING LOTS
GIVING & SUPPORT
Opportunities to support the vision of the Fung Institute extend well beyond the boundaries of the classroom and the campus. Your contribution will help us expand the resources and experiences available to our students.
Simply put, the Fung Institute provides a unique opportunity to build the leadership and advanced technical skills needed to further your career in engineering. Whether an undergrad, graduate student, or mid-career professional, our programs are designed and proven to help you take the next step in becoming a leader in your ﬁeld.
One of the many elements that drive the unique experience at the Fung Institute is the focus on collaboration and mentorship between our students and industry leaders throughout Silicon Valley and the world. Help guide the engineers that will lead the next stage of innovation in our industry.
We are constantly working to expand our academic resources to meet the needs of our growing student body and support a leadership curriculum for professional engineers and scientists. To this end, we are seeking industry experts to complement existing faculty in teaching Fung Institute programs.
The Engineering Leadership Graduate Fellows program offers the opportunity for UC Berkeley PhD students to be the technical lead and co-advise an industry-oriented Capstone Project for students earning their Master of Engineering degree.