Our alumni are contributing to making our world a better place. We are so proud of them.
On what inspired him to pursue an MEng degree
Hector shares more about his determination and resilience as a first-generation student, DACA recipient, and student parent
Following her passion for food and sustainability
After joining the program, she cofounded a startup, SuperPetFoods, with two other women MBA students.
Leading a full life as a doctor of earth
Pei-Wen shares what inspired her to first study civil engineering, her experiences working for the Taipei government, and why she decided to go back to school.
Founding the next content creator platform: Snipfeed
On how he went from the classroom to founding the new content creator platform Snipfeed in three years.
Empowering the community during COVID-19
SF Food Friends matches volunteers with those who need deliveries of essential goods.
A new venture to predict heart failure
MEng alumnus, Connor Landgraf led a new startup Eko Devices to develop algorithms to predict possible heart failure.
From graduate student to data scientist
Joel shares his two cents on making a successful transition into the workforce after graduation.
Industry Office Hours: A conversation with data scientists
Kevin Feng, Head of Data Science at Beam Solutions, sat down to talk about his unique career path in data and where he thinks the industry is headed in the near future.
Continuing the Journey
The five alumni participated in the IBM Call for Code Global Challenge and joined the finals, demonstrating that the journey for impacting engineering goes beyond the MEng program.
Inspiring Motivation of a Mother and a Student
Nkiruka on her pursuit in a career in medical physics while tackling motherhood, her motivations, and advice for future students.
Intersection of Business and Engineering: Project to Inspire Hope
Patrick’s opportunity to make a tangible and practical difference for a community in Lebanon through the Davis Projects for Peace.
Artist in Today’s Technology-Influenced World
Luna explores the boundaries and parallels between the arts and sciences to find that they are both deeply rooted in exploration, play and curiosity.
The Number One Thing is to Utilize Your Resources
Youhee on her pivot into tech, advice for aspiring project managers, and tips to beat stress.
Lessons From the Job Market After the Berkeley MEng
Bradley shares his insight on the complex maneuver from grad school to a professional career in engineering
From MEng to the Forbes 30 Under 30 List
Ray, co-founder of BioInspira, was recently named in the Forbes 30 Under 30 list. Looking back, he credits the MEng capstone requirement for the company’s success.
Great Ideas are Often Born From Insane Ones
Darshan talks about his academic journey, a career in UI/UX, and why you should always ask for help.
On Boy Scouts, Fast Cars, and a Fruitful Engineering Career
Brian Mick, MEng ’15 (ME) recounts his childhood in the Boy Scouts, grad school days at Berkeley, and the skillset that led to his managerial gig at Tesla.
How I Started a Company While Going to School Full-Time
Starting a business requires your full-time attention. So does grad school. Michael tells us how he was both an MEng student and founder of cryptocurrency brokerage platform Cryptonite.
My Biggest Networking Advice is to Put Yourself Out There
Nick shares his networking advice and lessons learned as a Marketing Analyst at 23andMe, a direct-to-consumer genetic testing company.
I Always Knew I Wanted to Be an Engineering Leader
David is currently a Product Design Lead working on a secret project at Apple. We had a chance to ask him a few questions about life at work and life in the MEng program.
A Nuclear Balance: MEng and Full-Time Work
Working full-time while going to grad school full-time is possible – and rewarding. Joshua’s balancing act as both a General Electric engineer and a MEng student was nothing short of an impressive feat.