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University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, California
www.Berkeley.edu

University of California, Berkeley was awarded $5,795,420 between 2005 and 2018, including 8 grants in Human Rights, Community & Economic Development, Digital Media & Learning, and Policy Research.

$14,000

2018 • 10 months

The Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) is a research and collaboration hub at the University of California, Berkeley, working to shape cybersecurity research and practice based on a long-term vision of the Internet and its future. The award supports a rigorous review process and the publication of a free guide that instructs low-risk civil society organizations on how to develop a basic organizational digital security policy that is based on adaptations of good practices from the broader information security community.

$36,000

2017 • 2 months

The Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) is a research and collaboration hub at the University of California, Berkeley, working to shape cybersecurity research and practice based on a long-term vision of the Internet and its future. The award supports the creation and publication of a free guide that instructs low-risk civil society organizations on how to develop a basic organizational digital security policy that is based on adaptations of good practices from the broader information security community.

$100,000

2016 • 1 year, 7 months • Human Rights

The Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity is a research and collaboration hub at the University of California, Berkeley working to shape cybersecurity research and practice based on a long-term vision of the internet and its future. The award supports the Center to undertake a rigorous scoping and planning process in order to determine the feasibility and operationalization of a “clinic” focused on improving the digital security of at risk civil society organizations and independent journalists around the world.

$300,000

2014 • 2 years, 10 months • Community & Economic Development

The University of California, Berkeley’s Institute for Data Science (BIDS) was launched in 2013 to bring multiple data-driven science efforts at Berkeley under one roof. This grant supports an interdisciplinary applied research that aims to produce innovations in the ways to identify new ways to apply data and information technologies to solve urban problems. Specifically, this effort will create an integrated research and simulation platform to monitor, analyze, and evaluate the probable effects of alternative policies to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, and the potential impacts of climate change on urban areas.

$1,200,000

2010 • 2 years • Policy Research

In support of the Research Network on Building Resilient Regions (over two years).

$800,000

2010 • 4 years, 6 months

To develop and offer a Master's in Development Practice degree program (over three years).

$3,200,000

2006 • 3 years • Policy Research

In support of the Research Network on Building Resilient Regions (over three years).

$145,420

2005 • 3 months • Digital Media & Learning

In support of planning for a multi-site ethnographic study of how and to what effect young people use digital media (over three months).

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