Becoming a Member
Currently-enrolled UC Berkeley students:
Berkeley MS and PhD-track students are welcomed to reach out via email. There are a number of projects going at any time that may use assistance.
MEng students are typically recruited each year for annual Capstone projects through the official degree program.
Undergraduate students should review this information page: https://discovery.berkeley.edu/students/discovery-guides/research. The best way for Berkeley undergraduate students to gain positions in EDG by applying for specific mentored/paid research programs, such as the Jacob’s Design Scholars program or the various programs like Cal Nerds, SEED Scholars, or SURF that provide funds to support research and/or supplemental professional development/mentorship support. If you are a recipient of one of these programs, feel free to reach out to Prof. Stuart to discuss the possibility of performing research in EDG. Open EDG positions may occasionally be posted here as well: Discovery Opportunities Database.
Not a member of UC Berkeley? Visiting researchers are not being considered at this time, except through established collaborative research programs or grants. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Berkeley community, you must apply through undergraduate or graduate admissions.