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Humans of Haas: Manav Rathod

Manav Rathod is a junior studying EECS and Business in the Management, Entrepreneurship, & Technology Program (MET) program planning to graduate in Spring 2021. He is originally from Okemos, Michigan. On campus, Manav is involved in the MET student board, the Metrobot Project, and the Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research (BAIR), as well as serving as a staff member for various computer science classes. Outside of his various professional interests, Manav enjoys reading non-fiction books about tech, learning about human psychology and philosophy, education, leadership, playing board games, and going on walks around campus with his friends.

First M.E.T. student graduates, a year early

Avanthika Ramesh has more than one “first” under her belt. Not only is she the first student to finish UC Berkeley’s Management, Entrepreneurship & Technology (M.E.T.) program, she’s also the first to finish a year early.

Announcing New Berkeley M.E.T. Faculty Director, Saikat Chaudhuri

The M.E.T. team is thrilled to announce Dr. Saikat Chaudhuri as the inaugural Faculty Director for the M.E.T. Program, after an extensive international search conducted by a committee with faculty and administrators from the College of Engineering and the Haas School of Business.

Entrepreneurial Fellows Program

The M.E.T. Entrepreneurial Fellows Program is a pilot program envisioned by the M.E.T. community and made possible by generous support from the M.E.T. Advisory Board. Each student selected will receive a stipend of $2000/month ($6000 total) for 10-12 weeks of full-time work with an affiliated startup between June and August.

The Fast Track to Being a CEO-Engineer

Shubham Banerjee is a typical teenager—playing football, losing himself in video games, doing homework—except when it comes to his career ambitions. The high school senior says he’s known for several years that he wants to found and lead a company, to be a “legendary CEO.” The founding part should come easy: At age 13, Banerjee … Continue Reading »

Berkeley is #1 school for Silicon Valley tech hiring

Rally Committee procession through Sather Gate

Business Insider: Silicon Valley tech firms hire more alumni from UC Berkeley than any other school, including Stanford and the Ivy League, according to a new analysis from online recruiting company HiringSolved.

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