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.”
Alumna Holly Liu (MIMS 2003) recounted her journey from applying to the I School to eventually cofounding gaming giant Kabam, Inc., now a billion dollar company.
What happens if your fingerprint scan is stolen? (Jason Lee/Reuters)
Are last week’s cyberattacks proof that it’s time to go back to analog?
The School of Information 2017 graduation ceremony celebrated outstanding MIMS and MIDS capstone projects and outstanding faculty and students.
Dost, cofounded by alumna Sindhuja Jeyabal (MIMS ’16), is an educational nonprofit providing India’s illiterate mothers regular audio calls with instructions to prepare their children for kindergarten.
The team of I School students won the Best Potential Startup Hack prize at the recent Cal Hacks 3.0 hackathon.
Noura Howell
Howell is a third year Ph.D. student at the I School; the Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award honors UC Berkeley GSIs for their outstanding teaching.
(photo courtesy of Nicola/Flickr
An increasing number of apps let users share their heartrate with friends. Now a pair of researchers are exploring how sharing your biosignals can affect your interpersonal interactions.
Professor Marti Hearst
Hearst’s HCI research includes user interfaces for search, information visualization of text, web site usability, and innovation in education.
Chris Jay Hoofnagle, Deirdre Mulligan, and others weighed in on an ongoing lawsuit challenging the authority of the Federal Trade Commission to regulate companies’ data security practices.