Farewell and thanks to Glen Jackson

Glen Jackson shuts down the last server he administered for the Museum Informatics Project.

At the end of June, Research IT said farewell and best of luck to Glen Jackson, our colleague who retired after more than 20 years of service to UC Berkeley. Glen was the last remaining original team member of the Museum Informatics Project, an initiative that set out in the early 1990's to develop a world-class facility and team to support museum informatics solutions for the UC Berkeley campus and beyond.

Quinn Dombrowski's picture

Digital Humanities program receives $2 million grant

Participants in the digital humanities #HackFSM hackathon in April 2014

The “Digital Humanities at Berkeley” initiative, which has been supported by the work of Research IT staff since its inception, has been bolstered by a $2 million grant from the Mellon Foundation, as reported by the UC Berkeley News Center piece “Mellon grant advances Berkeley’s Digital Humanities”. Arts and Humanities Dean Anthony Cascardi is the project’s Principal Investigator. Excerpting from the News Center: