PUBLIC SERVICE AS A CAREER — WITH BERKELEY CITY COUNCILMEMBER RIGEL ROBINSON
Rigel is a recent UC Berkeley graduate, and the youngest person on Berkeley City Council. Rigel will talk about his own path into public service, and the different opportunities available to college students and graduates. He’ll also be happy to talk more broadly about public policy issues he has been involved in, such as his proposal to eliminate the Berkeley police’s role in traffic enforcement, and ending exclusionary zoning (both of which have made national headlines).
Come join us Monday, September 27, at 5 PM. The event is on Zoom and open to the entire Berkeley undergrad community.
This will be a good occasion to learn about the PPL Minor for any interested students.
The Politics, Philosophy & Law (PPL) Minor is excited to host Berkeley City Councilmember Rigel Robinson for an informal discussion on public service as a career, on Monday, Sept. 27th, at 5pm. Rigel is a recent UC Berkeley graduate, and the youngest person on Berkeley City Council....Read More
Please watch the film on Netflix and and meet to discuss on Thursday, April 15th, at 12:30pm for a lunchtime discussion. The Zoom link for the discussion is : https://berkeley.zoom.us/j/92582593483?pwd=R3J0S2lSRTEwRkhDYWFsa0hIK3NuZz0Read More
UC BERKELEY LAUNCHES POLITICS, PHILOSOPHY AND LAW MINOR | The Daily Cal, 02/23/21 | BY EMMA TAILA | STAFF | UC Berkeley launched the politics, philosophy and law, or PPL, minor program, which aims to provide students with close academic support...Read More
Student academic advisor
The Student Academic Advisor’s job is to guide students and faculty as they navigate University, College, and Major Program policies. Laura is an experienced advisor who is available to serve as a sounding board for ideas and concerns as they arise. Office hours and contact information are
FACULTY advisor and director FOR 2020-2021
The Faculty Director’s job is to provide academic guidance within the Minor. A (virtual) meeting with Professor Kutz is the first step in applying for the program; you will discuss your interest in the Minor and possible themes you would like to pursue.