Virtual MIMS Open House
Spend the morning getting to know the Master of Information Management and Systems (MIMS) program. This online event will feature opportunities to mingle with current MIMS students, attend a sample lecture, and discuss application requirements, student life, return on investment, and more.
|9:00–10:00 am||Information Session with Admissions Team and MIMS Students & Alumni|
|10:00–10:30 am||Breakout Session with MIMS Students & Alumni|
|10:30–10:40 am||Our Focus on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with Catherine Cronquist Browning, Assistant Dean, Academic Programs, Equity, and Inclusion|
|10:40–11:25 am||Sample Lecture
Professor Coye Cheshire
|11:25–11:30 am||Thank you for attending!|
MIMS Students/Alumni Panel
Birinder Singh Bhatia, MIMS ’19, is a Product Manager at WePay. During the MIMS program, he focused on product management, business strategy, machine learning, and data mining and analytics. Before joining the I School, Birinder was a Technical Product Manager at Adobe and graduated from the Government College of Bikaner with a B.Tech in computer science and engineering.
Prakhar Chandna is a second-year MIMS student focusing on business strategy and product management. He graduated from the Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology with a B.Tech in computer science and engineering. Over the summer, Prakhar worked as a Product Management Intern on the Global Care Products and Loyalty Team team at Visa.
Brinda Gurusamy is a second-year MIMS student focusing on software development, data science, and machine learning. She graduated from St. Joseph's College of Engineering with a B.E. in electronics and computer engineering. Over the summer, Brinda worked as a Software Engineering Intern on the Data team at Cloudflare.
Jennifer Momoh, MIMS ’20, is a fellow at the Center for Technology, Society, and Policy exploring machine learning libraries and identifying their capabilities. During the MIMS program, she focused on data science and quantitative UX research. Before joining the I School, Jennifer was a Radio Network Analytics and Optimization Engineer at Ericsson and graduated from the University of Port-Harcourt with a B.S. in Physics Electronics.
Rachel Warren is a second-year MIMS student focusing on data science, information policy, and software development. She graduated from Wesleyan University with a B.A. in computer science. Rachel is also a Graduate Research Fellow at the Center for Technology, Society & Policy (CTSP), where she collaborates with Secure Justice, an Oakland non-profit, to help bridge the skills gap between prosecutors and public defenders.
Professor Coye Cheshire’s research focuses on computer-mediated communication, data science, and social and cultural studies. He is especially interested in the social aspects of computer networks and information exchange systems, including risk, uncertainty, trust, and cooperation. This fall he is teaching Info 271B. Quantitative Research Methods.
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If you require an accommodation for effective communication (ASL interpreting, CART captioning, alternative media formats, etc.) or information about mobility access in order to fully participate in this event, please contact Zhanara Nauruzbayeva Gallegos with as much advance notice as possible and at least 7–10 days in advance of the event.