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|
|10:00–10:40 am||Breakout Session with MIMS Students & Alumni|
|10:40–11:15 am||Sample Lecture|
|11:15–11:30 am||Our Diversity: You Belong at Berkeley|
|11:30 am||Closing Remarks|
MIMS Students/Alumni Panel
Divya Anand, MIMS'14, is a Product Lead at Uber. During the MIMS program, she focused on product management, UX/UI design, and consumer behavior. Before joining the I School, Divya was an AGM and Product Head at Firefly e-Venture Ltd and graduated from SP Jain Institute of Management & Research with a masters in marketing management.
Carlos Miguel Lasa, MIMS'16, is a Technical Program Manager at Waymo. During the MIMS program, he focused on human computer interaction, ICT for development, and product management. Before joining the I School, Carlos was a Systems Manager at P&G and graduated from the University of the Philippines with a B.S. in computer science.
Wadzanai Makomva is a second-year MIMS student focusing on product management and data science. Over the summer, she worked as a Product Manager Intern at WePay. Before coming to the I School, Wadzanai worked as an Internal Control Analyst at LafargeHolcim and graduated from Rhodes University with a B.Com. in economics and mathematical studies
Andy Vo is a first-year MIMS student focusing on human-computer interaction, UX, software engineering, and product management. Currently, he is a Graduate Student Instructor for Chem 274A Introduction to Programming Languages C++ and Python 3 Units. Before coming to the I School, Andy worked as a Full-Stack Engineer and UX/UI Designer at Stock Alarm and graduated from Boston University with a bachelors degree in computer science
Lecturer Kay Ashaolu’s research focus is two fold: how to create an environment for engineers to thrive, and how to ensure that the products we are building are having the impact and result that we expected. This term he is teaching Info 253A Front-End Web Architecture.
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