MIDS video
Watch our new video for an insider’s view of our Master of Information and Data Science (MIDS) degree program. Hear from faculty, get an glimpse inside the online classroom, and watch MIDS graduates discuss the program and what they got out of it.
Michael Buckland
Michael K. Buckland, professor emeritus in the School of Information, was awarded the overall Best JASIST Paper of the Decades for his 1991 paper Information as Thing, as well as the best paper of the 2010s for his 2012 paper What Kind of Science Can Information Science Be?
Accepting applications for master's of information and cybersecurity
The online Master of Information and Cybersecurity (MICS) degree program will respond to a growing demand for security professionals.
MIDS Immersion reception Siu Yung
One hundred MIDS students joined the I School community for an on-campus immersion program, an opportunity for our online degree students to gain on-the-ground perspectives from faculty and industry leaders, and soak up more of the I School culture.
CitizenAR hackathon team
Five MIMS students won the highly competitive CitizenAR augmented reality hackathon with an app for Tenderloin youth and community organizers.  
The MIMS Class of 2019 comes from eleven different countries and a wide range of backgrounds.
The Towards Inclusive Tech conference springs from a sense of urgency about our limited success in diversifying the technology industry.
Ray Larson
Professor emeritus Ray R. Larson passed away following a battle with cancer. Ray was a loyal friend and colleague, and a dedicated scholar, teacher, and mentor. We will miss him dearly.
Kyle Hamilton (MIDS ’17)
“I discovered this incredible sense of community and mutual support,” graduate Kyle Hamilton said about the online Master of Information and Data Science program. “I have felt more connected to you nerds online than I ever felt in my two undergrads.”
Jen King (Ph.D. 2017)
“Supporting gender diversity isn’t just about giving women access while keeping the same rules in place,” said Ph.D. speaker Jen King. “And it’s not just about leaning in, and leaning in, and leaning in, until you fall on your face. It requires restructuring the entire workplace.”