Take a SERC Facilitated DeCal
Applications for the SERC DeCal Fellowships are close February 15th! Check back later to see what DeCals have been selected!
The DeCal Program is an aggregate of student-facilitated for-credit academic courses at UC Berkeley. Students create and facilitate their own classes on a variety of subjects, many of which are not addressed in the traditional curriculum. Every DeCal is sponsored by a faculty member and grades are only offered as Pass / No Pass, with the academic credit for each class typically ranging from 0.5-2 units.
SERC student staff teach a variety of 1 and 2-unit environmental and sustainability-related DeCals during fall and spring semesters. If you facilitate an environmental DeCal, please consider applying for a SERC DeCal Fellowship.
Looking to take an environmental and/or sustainability-related course? Check out this list of environmental and sustainability-related courses at UC Berkeley as provided by the Office of Sustainability and Energy.