I School Innovators, Holly, Prayag, & Thejo
A trio of I School founders are giving back to Berkeley and inviting others to join them in supporting new generations of “I School Innovators.”
Sather Gate
The California Promise Fellowship supports students who show potential as leaders in technology and information science in the state of California.
The outgoing 2018-2019 IMSA co-presidents (Daniel Rincon and Meena Kaushik), with the newly elected 2019-2020 president (Jyen Yiee Wong) and vice president (Max Ingraham-Rakatansky)
In late October, the Information Management Student Association (IMSA) held elections to select its new officers for the 2019–2020 academic year.
MICS students with Oski at Immersion in April 2019
This January, the first class of Master of Information and Cybersecurity (MICS) students will graduate from the I School, and for the first time, one outstanding MICS Capstone project will be awarded the Lily L. Chang MICS Capstone Award.
Ben Arnoldy
MIDS student Ben Arnoldy has been awarded the Fall 2019 Jack Larson Data Science for Good Fellowship for his work involving the use of data science to educate the public on climate change and pollution.
Hany Farid
Hany Farid says Facebook, the world’s largest social network, is set to grow the digital realm where images of child sexual abuse can spread freely.
Bloc by Bloc. Image courtesy of Harvard University Press.
In his newly published book, Bloc by Bloc, Professor Steven Weber explores the future of the global enterprise as international tensions reach new heights.
image of protesters at climate strike
Catherine Cronquist Browning argues that data and information scientists have a critical role to play in the fight for climate justice and equity.
The Charisma Machine: The Life, Death, and Legacy of One Laptop Per Child
Morgan G. Ames explores the rise and fall of the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project in her new book, The Charisma Machine: The Life, Death, and Legacy of One Laptop Per Child. 
Assistant Professor Zachary Pardos and his team have developed a machine learning approach that promises to help more community college students position themselves to transfer and succeed at four-year colleges and universities.