MIMS Student and Alumni Panel Webinar
Join the I School admissions team and current MIMS students and alumni to learn more about the MIMS program, application process, and career outcomes. During the Q&A panel, you will have the opportunity to hear directly from students and alumni about their experiences.
Sofia Gutierrez-Dewar is a second year MIMS student focusing on human-computer interaction (HCI). She previously worked at Google as a UX Researcher and Product Specialist, and is currently the IMSA Recruitment Co-Chair.
Mugdha Bhusari is a second year MIMS student with a focus in data science. She enjoys learning new technologies and exploring the limitless possibilities of data analytics and machine learning. In the past, she has worked on a variety of projects for multinational clients which involve analyzing massive quantities of data to generate penetrative insights and identify key opportunities for growth.
Steve Trush is a MIMS 2018 graduate and now works as a researcher at UC Berkeley's Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) and deputy director of CLTC's Citizen Clinic, a public-interest cybersecurity clinic that supports the capacity of politically-vulnerable organizations to defend themselves against online threats. In general, he studies the impact of technology on disadvantaged or marginalized communities and develops strategies to protect human rights and civil liberties through value-sensitive design and effective regulation. He is also a board member and technologist for Secure Justice, a 501c(3) advocating against government technology use that is inconsistent with democratic values and principles of human rights.
Nihar Dalmia is a MIMS 2018 graduate who is an applied Data Scientist at IBM working on both types of problems – Usage Analytics and Developing AI based product features. He wants to be at the intersection of business, technology and people, and leverage his data analytics/science skills to drive intelligent inter-domain data-driven decisions.
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