Order Cap and Gown
Feb. 8 is the last day to purchase faculty regalia for Charter Day and May commencement through the ASUC store.
Store managers said delivery cannot be guaranteed after these days. Special services in the ASUC store will also be giving a 10 percent discount to regalia purchased on Feb. 7 and 8. Call 642-7029 for more information.
Faculty members are invited to apply for directorship positions in the university's Education Abroad Program in Chile and Brazil for Jan. 1, 1997, to Dec. 31, 1998. The deadline for receipt of completed applications by the universitywide office is March 4.
The Chile directorship is a two year, resident position based in Santiago. The Brazil director is in residence at different sites at different times. For details, contact Berkeley Programs for Study Abroad at 642-1356 or the Universitywide Office of the Education Abroad Program, UCSB, (805) 893-3677.
Perspective on Women
A new project designed to integrate gender and women studies in teaching, research, curriculum development and training is underway at the Beatrice M. Bain Research Group and the Institute for International Studies.
The program, supported by a recent $150,000 grant from the Ford Foundation, could have a significant impact on curriculum at Berkeley by promoting a gender-based perspective in undergraduate, professional and graduate education, say its sponsors.
The grant will also promote training for graduate students on campus, as well as research opportunities, in international gender studies.
The project, International Gender Systems in Comparative Perspective, will run through mid-1998.
Money to Travel South
Applications are being accepted for Tinker Graduate Student Summer Field Research Grants for travel to Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Deadline for applications is 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 16. Applications must be picked up in person at the Center for Latin American Studies, 2334 Bowditch St.
Retrospective at UAM
The University Art Musuem and Pacific Film Archive have opened a major retrospective of drawings by Louise Bourgeois, one of the most acclaimed American artists of the twentieth century.
Now 84, Bourgeois has more than 60 solo exhibitions to her credit, including a 1983 showing at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.