Public interest groups recommend Erik Wilde, Eric Kansa, and Raymond Yee's architecture for the transparency of the $800 billion federal stimulus package.
Professor Morten T. Hansen
Professor Hansen's new book, "Collaboration: How Leaders Avoid the Traps, Create Unity and Reap Big Results," will be released by Harvard Business Press in May 2009.
Nathan Gandomi (MIMS '10) will spend the summer of 2009 working on high-tech public policy research in Washington, D.C.
Research by Dean AnnaLee Saxenian suggests that a reduction in foreign entrepreneurs may slow U.S. economic innovation.
Bell studies how technical innovation and entrepreneurship affect development among East Africa's rural poor
Popcuts is an innovative online music company which originated as the master's final project for three 2008 I School graduates. The project was voted "most likely to succeed and disrupt the current music distribution landscape."
Parikh's mobile phone application framework meets information needs in rural developing regions, including microfinance, agriculture, economic development, public health, government, and education
Ten faculty and students from the School of Information are preparing to present their research at this year's CHI conference in Boston, Massachusetts.
First-ever student-run workshop brings together doctoral students from UC Berkeley, UCLA, and UC Irvine to promote collaboration, foster a sense of community, and encourage professional growth.