Bart Knijnenburg (A. Kobsa, advisor), has been awarded one of only 39 Google Ph.D. fellowships awarded this year; this global program supports outstanding graduate students pursuing work in computer science, related disciplines, or promising research areas. Read more about it in this UCI feature story. Knijnenburg also presented his paper “Preference-based Location Sharing: Are More Privacy Options Really Better?” at the ACM SIGCHI Conf. on Human Factors in Computing, held in Paris, France. The paper was co-authored by his advisor, Alfred Kobsa, and Hongxia Jin of Samsung.