Student Profiles

MIMS Student
Class of 2014
“I love to work on tough data problems. A year ago I was only working with Excel and now I am coding full stack web applications to solve data problems — a huge leap forward”

MIMS Student
Class of 2014
“When I decided to go back to school, the Berkeley I School was my first choice. The well-rounded and flexible program helps me improve my product development and product management skills and also explore design and human-computer interaction.”

Ph.D. Student
Focus: How information and communications technologies help mediate a transnational relationships and bridge the cultural distance between African firms and their Western counterparts, based on a case-study of Kenya’s emerging IT-enabled outsourcing industry
Ph.D. Student
“I think we can do a better job of using the Internet to tap into how people are doing, how they’re feeling, and what matters to them — online democracy, in a way, but minus the hype.”
Ph.D. Student
Focus: Information privacy and policy, social networks, sensor networks (video surveillance, RFID).
MIMS Student
Class of 2014

MIMS Student
Class of 2014
“Just about every industry collects and makes use of data — airlines, banking, telecommunications, or even gaming. It’s not a matter of choice: it’s part of everyday operations. Understanding how to manage information is necessary for the success of most businesses today. It’s important and it’s big.”

MIMS Student
Class of 2014