Cal engineering professor William Ibbs says the recession has made it a great time for the school to choose students, but hard to find money to support them.
William Ibbs, a civil engineering professor at the university, said that Cal remains a very attractive school for graduate applicants, both from the United States and overseas.
But the recession has both helped and hurt his
"The number of applications tends to go up when the economy goes down," said Ibbs
is very highly rated by students overseas," said Ibbs
, who teaches courses on complex project management and how to run an engineering business.