Support the School of Information
The support of our alumni and friends has been vital to the success of our program. It has allowed us to focus our attention on our top priorities—Student Excellence, Faculty Excellence and Research Support—and to meet the challenges of a dynamic and fast changing field. With your support we will be able to continue to recruit the very best graduate students, attract and retain the nation’s best faculty, and support research that keeps the School on the forefront of the world of information.
More information about the school can be found at: http://www.ischool.berkeley.edu/
I School Annual Fund
The I School Annual Fund supports all the programs and activities of the School of Information, directly and indirectly, and helps the school by giving us the flexibility to use them when and where they are needed most.
For example, gifts to the fund can help support extracurricular and community-building programs that enhance the student experience, improve our facilities, or seed funds for other initiatives that align with the needs of the I School community.
Other Giving Options
Annalee Saxenian Graduate Student Support Fund — this fund was established in 2006 with a gift from current I School Dean AnnaLee Saxenian to support graduate students in the School of Information.
The School of Information Graduate Opportunity Fellowship — this fund provides much-needed fellowship support to graduate students at the UC Berkeley School of Information. Preference is given to students who have overcome significant challenges in pursuing higher education; shown leadership in the fields of diversity, equity, and inclusion; or whose research addresses social inequality and/or social impact.
Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity Fund (CLTC) — CLTC has a mission to design solutions to cybersecurity issues that arise wherever humans and digital systems interact, based on a long-term vision of the internet and its future.
The Curtis B. Smith Endowment Fund — this fund provides support for high-achieving graduate students in the School of Information who have an interest in the field of cybersecurity or a research focus on cybersecurity.
The School of Information Student Experience Fund — this fund will support student-led initiatives and programs which complement or enhance the existing curriculum at the School of information. Examples include: the student-led “InfoCamp” conference, enhancing career services programs and other events critical to students in a professional degree program.
Yale M. Braunstein Fellowship Fund — gifts to this fund will perpetuate the memory of Professor Braunstein, beloved teacher, colleague, and mentor, by providing support to students in the School of Information and successor programs.