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Paul Fasana
Paul Fasana shared his memories of being a young gay veteran in Berkeley in the 1950s, his career journey since then, and what inspired him to give back.
Geoff Nunberg speaking at graduation
“I want to share with you my take about what makes this place exceptional, and how that makes you exceptional.”
graduating students
Now, more than ever, a commitment to a human-centric approach to information, technology, and data science is critical.
Chancellor Christ addresses the class of 2019
“I have no doubt that you, armed with your master’s and doctorates from our information school, are apt to thrive in the information age.”
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The School of Information 2019 graduation ceremony celebrated outstanding MIMS and MIDS capstone projects and outstanding faculty and students.
Thejo Kote (MIMS 2011)
I School alumnus Thejo Kote, MIMS ’11, launched spend management startup Airbase after raising $7 million of Series A venture capital funding.
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Polymorph Labs, an advertising startup founded by I School alumni Satish Polisetti and Dhawal Mujumdar, announced that Walmart Media Group has acquired its technology and assets.
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Marti Hearst’s research finds that grouping words visually that have related meaning improves people’s ability to detect underlying categories.
Josh Blumenstock at the Artifical Intelligence for Economic Development conference
Prof Blumenstock received the Faculty Award for Research in the Public Interest for his research at the intersection of machine learning and development economics.
Steve Weber & Gabriel Nicholas
Prof Steve Weber and Gabriel Nicholas (MIMS ’18) co-author an article for GlobalAsia explaining how digital technology has created economic rivalries.

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