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Berkeley researchers, including Prof. Coye Cheshire, used Google search data to explore interest in at-home abortion and assess its implications.
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Dr. Timnit Gebru gave the keynote speech at the UC Berkeley School of Information May 2022 Commencement.
Graduates from all I School degree programs (Photo/Noah Berger)
On May 16, 2022, the School of Information celebrated 147 graduates of I School programs, and welcomed students back to the first in-person...
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The School of Information’s May 2022 Commencement presented an opportunity to honor faculty and student achievements.
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Ph.D. student Emma Lurie is the recipient of a 2022 Outstanding Graduate Student Peer Mentor Award from the UC Berkeley Graduate Division and...
Two I School Ph.D. students, Liza Gak and Seyi Olojo, have been offered the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) award. Ph.D. student...
Niloufar Salehi
Prof. Niloufar Salehi and other researchers have been awarded an NSF grant to develop language translation technology for high-stakes settings like...
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MIDS student Allison Fox has been awarded the Data For Good Fellowship for her work to improve health outcomes in disadvantaged countries. 
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Her start-up, Ponder, is leading the way with a $7M round of seed financing.
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Ph.D. student Emily Aiken and Professor Joshua Blumenstock used mobile phone data and machine learning to quickly and accurately direct the Togolese...