Berkeley MEng Class of 2023 accomplishmentsThere were 433 MEng graduates this year, comprised of 414 full-time, 5 part-time, and 14 MBA/MEng students as well as 4 master’s students who requested third semester extensions and are set to graduate in December 2023.
- Graduates came from across the globe, representing 27 countries and regions, including China, France, Taiwan, India, and more.
- Among the cohort, 211 undergraduate schools are represented, including UC Irvine, UC Davis, UC San Diego, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, among many others.
- Career programming highlights from the past year include 7 pre-orientation professional development webinars, a leadership lecture series including 9 industry speakers, 25+ career-focused affinity group events, 88 alumni mentors, and numerous networking events for students and alumni alike.
- MEng graduates will move on to work at top companies like Apple, Abbott, Animl.ai, Astera Labs, C3.Ai, Esperanto Technologies, fs, iRhythm, Lockheed Martin, NVIDIA, and Oliver Wyman.
- The Class of 2023 had over 60 capstone teams. Among this cohort, capstone accomplishments include: Generalizable Multi-Task Extraction of Breast Cancer Pathology, 3D Cryoprinting, Control and Adaptation for Rehabilitation Exoskeleton Systems, and Predicting Coma Recovery Using Massive Neurophysiology Datasets, among many others.
- In May, we hosted the annual end of year showcase with over 698 registrants at Mudd Hall. Check out the 2023 End of Year Showcase web page to learn more about the different capstone projects and award winners.
Pledge of Ethical Conduct for EngineersWe, the graduating engineering Class of 2023, in recognition of the importance of our technologies in affecting the quality of life throughout the world, and in accepting a personal obligation to our profession, its members and the communities we serve, pledge to commit ourselves to the highest ethical and professional conduct. Throughout our careers, we will consider the ethical implications and the impact on safety, health and welfare of the public and the environment of the work we do before we take action. While the demands placed upon us may be great, we make this declaration because we recognize that individual responsibility is the first step on the path to a better world for all. — Adopted by the Student Relations Committee, Engineering Student Council and some 85 student societies of the UC Berkeley College of Engineering Learn more about the Fung Institute at funginstitute.berkeley.edu. Written by Veronica Roseborough
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