Nearly half of the nation’s wealthiest majored in one of three subjects at college, and despite the fast growth of tech fortunes, computer science isn’t one of them.
Identity-based resource compilation for UC Berkeley community members: Black/African-American, AAPI, Latinx, Indigenous and Native, LGBTQIA+ (or QT+), international students, and student parents.
The UC Berkeley Innovation & Entrepreneurship (I&E) ecosystem provides opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines to explore. Through academic programs, student organizations, research and events, there are plenty of ways for students to immerse themselves in the I&E community at UC Berkeley.
Elianna Peng is a sophomore from Anaheim, California, studying mechanical engineering and business in the Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology Program (M.E.T.) at Haas. On campus, she is a member of Berkeley ABA and Enactus. Outside of her professional interests, she enjoys learning about film and psychology, playing sports, and visiting new eateries with friends.
M.E.T. 2023 students Pedro Pachuca, James Li, and Mason Freeny are the co-founders of SportVue, a start-up aimed at revolutionizing the way sport players train.
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.
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.
Year in review
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 grant of $2000/month ($6000 total) for 10-12 weeks of full-time work with an affiliated startup between June and August.
We’ve got a full calendar of events this semester. Registration is required for each event.