Advancing knowledge and practice wherever people interact with information and technology

Degree Programs

Master of Information Management and Systems (MIMS)

Educating information professionals to provide leadership for an information-driven world.

Ph.D. in Information Management and Systems

A research program for next-generation scholars of the information age.

Master of Information and Data Science (MIDS)

Online degree preparing data science professionals to solve real-world problems.

5th Year Master of Information and Data Science (MIDS)

One-year online degree training UC Berkeley undergraduates for data science careers.

Master of Information and Cybersecurity (MICS)

Online degree preparing cybersecurity leaders for complex cybersecurity challenges.

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I School News

Andrew Bullen, Sharon Lin, and Christina Carr
Andrew Bullen, Sharon Lin, and Christina Carr

Incoming 5th Year MIDS student Christina Carr was chosen as the inaugural recipient of the Sharon X. Lin & Andrew R. Bullen Graduate Fellowship in Data Science for the 2020–21 academic year. The award supports students in the Master’s of Information and Data Science program who show a commitment to gender equity within the program. 

Passionate about math and science from an early age, Sharon was raised by a single mother who encouraged her daughters to value education, which was one of the reasons the couple decided to fund a fellowship to benefit gender equity in the MIDS program. “Female representation, encouraging minorities to go into STEM, helping people from lower-income brackets — I want all of these people to thrive in the STEM environment!” Lin said.

Inaugural Sharon X. Lin (’11, MIDS ’15) and Andrew R. Bullen (’10) Fellowship goes to incoming 5th Year MIDS student and Berkeley...
Niloufar Salehi
Niloufar Salehi

The internet was built on the idea of free-flowing information and open discourse. In reality, though, online tools are used as weapons to harass, hurt, and demean others, stifling voices and viewpoints. 

Assistant Professor Niloufar Salehi has an idea that might help address online harm: she’d like to see if the restorative justice process can be implemented successfully in online communities, and the National Science Foundation has awarded her a Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Research Initiation Initiative (CRII) grant to study just that.

Prof. Niloufar Salehi was awarded an NSF CRII grant to study restorative justice approaches to addressing harm in online...

Student Projects

Logo Design
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Sidewaukee: Making our city accessible
Enabling wheelchair users to confidently anticipate obstacles using...
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An optimization tool for street sweeping planning to create a clean and...
Approachable VR Content Creation
A markdown-based web framework for generating WebVR exhibits.