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. 
Parameswaran accepts the 2019 VLDB Early Career Research Contributions Award.
Assistant professor at the Berkeley School of Information, Aditya Parameswaran, has been awarded the 2019 Very Large Data Bases Early Career Award.
MIMS student Meena Kaushik interned as a UX designer at Google, working at YouTube this summer.
Santamaria Ots locating cities in need of relief supplies.
In the summer of 2019, Daniel Santamaria Ots received the Jack Larson Data for Good Fellowship for his research in Puerto Rico.
Chintan Vyas
MIMS student Chintan Vyas interned as a product manager at Sumo Logic, a cloud-based machine data analytics company. 
book cover for Fake Photos by Hany Farid
Professor Hany Farid has authored a new book, Fake Photos, a concise and accessible guide to techniques for detecting doctored and fake images in photographs and digital media.
Mugdha Bhusari (MIMS ’20)
MIMS student Mugdha Bhusari spent the summer as a data science intern at a research center.
Melrose Huang
MIMS student Melrose Huang interned as a UX researcher in a startup this past summer.
group of professional students
August 18–22, 2019, 89 Master of Information and Data Science students joined the I School community in the Bay Area for the School’s 13th MIDS Immersion program.