Event Planning

RES now offers event planning services!  Contact Lisa Torres to start planning your event!

Is There a Fee?

Team 9-Supported Units
Normal Business Hours:  No Charge
Evenings and Weekends:  $58.86 per hour

Other Units and Departments
Normal Business Hours:  $39.24 per hour
Evenings and Weekends:  $58.86 per hour

What Does the Event Planner Do?

  • Conduct comprehensive event planning for complex events, including design, development, coordination, implementation and post-event analyses
  • Plan and manage a wide variety of events, from small to large-scale
  • Coordinate the timeline of all major events, assuring effective flow and delivery
  • Contribute to and participate in long-range unit event planning
  • Maintain and manage the department's master calendar of events in coordination with the university and the greater community
  • Maintain effective relationships with a wide variety of vendors and campus officials
  • Work with campus police for security and all permits, alcohol, etc.
  • Work with transportation for parking and parking permits
  • Negotiate with hotels and have all forms approved and signed by the appropriate campus office
  • Set up of your registration site through RegOnline to make sure your conference is run in a quick, easy and affordable process

A Sampling of Past and Upcoming Events

Conferences and Events

2nd Annual Conference in Green Chemisty:  Collaborative Approaches and New Solutions
May 3-4, 2012

SERU International Consortium Conference
October 9-10, 2012

Peder Sather Center Inaugural Conference
October 25-26, 2012

SERU-AAU/UC Business Meeting
December 6-7, 2012

Colloquia and Symposia

Canadian Studies Program
Drew Halfman
"Doctors and Demonstrators:  How Political Institutions Shape Abortion Law in the United States, Britain and Canada"
January 31, 2013

Canadian Studies Program
Dean Michael Benarrock, Asper School of Business, University of Manitoba
"Weathering the Global Financial Crisis:  The Canadian Experience"
February 14, 2013

Canadian Studies Program
Beth Piatote, Native American Studies, University of California, Berkeley
"Domestic Subjects:  Gender, Citizenship, and Law in Native American Literature"
February 28, 2013

Canadian Studies Program
Sproul Fellow, Celia Rabinovitch, School of Art, University of Manitoba
"The Lost Expressionist: a Visual Narrative from the Dirty Thirties to World War II in Canada"
March 14, 2013

Canadian Studies Program
Peter Gossage
"An Illustrated History of Quebec: Tradition and Modernity"
April 15, 2013

Canadian Studies Program
Honourable Ian Binnie, Retired Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada
Jean LeClair, Universite de Montreal
Jesse Chopper, Berkeley School of Law
Daniel Farber, School of Law
April 23, 2013

Department Meetings

Team 9 All Staff Meeting
Stanley Hall
August 17, 2012

Team 9 Morale Breakfast
Senior Hall (Log Cabin)
October 25, 2012

Team 9 Holiday Party
Berkeley Skydeck
December 18, 2012

Team 9 Breakfast
Berkeley Skydeck
April 3, 2013