By Maurice M. Manning, Systems Architect, UC Berkeley. A visualization wall at the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology in Kroeber Hall immerses viewers in guided tours of archeology sites and other displays in 3D.
Monthly Archive: July 2017
By Alison Spencer, UCB Student Intern, UCOP. In 1993, Jason Lorgan’s boss told him digital textbooks were three years away. “Of course, years passed before we had them,” said Lorgan, now the director of stores for the University of California,…
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By Alexa Rivetti, IT Communications Coordinator, UCOP. Thirty-five leaders from campuses and medical centers joined the UC IT Leadership Academy at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business to discuss some of the most important issues facing them today.
By Elaine Howell, Communications Specialist, IT Services, Digital Content Services, UCLA. IT Services is making it easier for UCLA to communicate and stay safe during emergencies.
Last June, after a fatal shooting on campus, UCLA Chancellor Gene Block asked…
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You don’t need to be a programmer, you just have to be willing to collaborate with others. The hackathon is run by UCANR as part of their effort to increase innovation and entrepreneurship in food and agriculture.
By Alison Spencer, UCB Student Intern, UCOP. Could the next Shakespeare be a clever computer? Probably not, admits Andrea Gagliano, a second-year graduate student in UC Berkeley’s School of Information. Along with teammate Emily Paul and professor Marti Hearst, she…
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