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Alumni News

An image of Arnobio Morelix and his book 'Rebooted'
Rebooted: An Uncommon Guide to Radical Success and Fairness in the New World of Life, Death, and Tech, by Arnobio Morelix, examines the opportunities and challenges that are on the horizon for businesses in the post-pandemic economy.
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TeacherPrints, a project developed in MIDS Capstone recently won a $25,000 grant as a Catalyst Prize winner by the Futures Forum on Learning.
Video from the BBC
In a short film, Professor Josh Blumenstock explains how Berkeley researchers have facilitated a high-tech way for the government of Togo to identify people who need financial help in the pandemic and send them emergency cash.
Tim and Cristina (Courtesy of the couple)
Cristina Campbell (MLIS ’77) and Tim DeWolf (MLS ’80) have established a fund to support I School doctoral students.
Joe Hall delivers the keynote address at Commencement in 2018
A little over a week after the 2020 election, 59 election security experts, including alumnus and noted election security expert Joseph Lorenzo Hall (Ph.D. ’08), issued a public letter refuting the claim that the 2020 election outcome had been altered through technical compromise.
Mahdieh Taher
Mahdieh Taher (MIDS ’20) has been awarded the Jack Larson Data for Good Fellowship for her work as a data engineer dedicated to improving medical diagnoses in rural areas.
Marc Faddoul and a tweet about his TikTok research
MIMS alumnus Marc Faddoul, who works as a research scientist with Prof. Hany Farid, has made strides in algorithmic transparency this year with his social media research

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