About 50 students from the East Bay Consortium of Educational Institutions visited Berkeley Lab on last week to learn about careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Deb Agarwal of the Computational Research Division welcomed the group and gave a brief overview of the Lab. Andy Nonaka (CRD) talked about his research in computational cosmology; Ben Bowen (Life Sciences Division) discussed mass spectrometry and Susan Amrose (EETD) explained engineering for economic and social development. The visit culminated with a tour of the Advanced Light Source led by Christine Beavers, Bruce Rude, Thomas Scarvie and Doug Taube. CRD’s Sarah Poon (pictured) organized the visit.