Benefits Undergraduates

The Quantum Computing Project

The Quantum Computing Project aims to set up a permanent quantum mechanics and computation training program. Funds were granted for compensation and initializing lab processes.

Student Staffing for Mobile Berkeley Platform

Funds were used to hire students to engage student organizations and collaborate with campus IT/Public Affairs to build content for a high-quality mobile experience for students.

Student Resource and Advising Center Revitalization

Funds were used to revitalize the CNR Student Resource and Advising Center and foster a stronger community and greater peer-to-peer collaboration.

Music Technology Lab

The Music Technology Lab serves to ultimately advance the musical arts by using funds to provide essential tools to conduct research, compose, and carry out various music projects.

Moffitt Makerspace

Supporting students’ interest in technology and design, STF funded the creation of a Makerspace in Moffitt Library. The goal is to create equal opportunities for all to explore maker-related activities.

ECEP Security Project

Early Childhood Education Program used funds for installation of panic buttons, alarms, and access control systems to increase the safety and security for families and staff at its five campus childcare centers.

Diversity STEM Technology Access Project

Funds were used for computers, scanners, printers, LCD projectors, etc. at their student center that serves underrepresented Undergraduate and Graduate in STEM.

Developing 3D Models of Cultural Heritage Materials

Funding helped students work with visualization technologies to develop content and exhibitions that engage the broad audience that visit campus museums.

Bridges Makerspace

Funds were used to create an open space serving students from all departments through a makerspace, purchasing hardware and furnishing for the space. The space functions as an innovation space on campus.

BerkeleyTime Maintenance and Upkeep

BerkeleyTime.com is a course catalog website used by 90% of undergraduates. STF grants allow it to expand its features and continue to provide services as the student population rises.