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This guide provides students in the Cal-in-Sac program with research resources to prepare them for their fellowships.


Research Resources for UCB Matsui Center Cal-in-Sac Fellows

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IGS Library Reference Help

If you need assistance with locating information for your projects, please send an email to:

Kris Kasianovitz
Institute of Governmental Studies Library Director

Paul King
Circulation Supervisor / Reference / PPIC Liaison
Institute of Governmental Studies Library
(510) 643-6430

Subject specialist librarians

UC Berkeley Subject Librarians 

Business Librarian, Hillary Schiraldi

Comparative Ethnic Studies Librarian, 
Sine Hwang Jensen 

Sociology, Demography, & Quantitative Data Librarian,
Ann Glusker

Transportation Studies Librarian,
Kendra Levine 

Other UC Berkeley subject librarians can be found here:

IGS Library & Collections

The Institute of Governmental Studies Library (IGSL) is one of the nation’s premier libraries of ephemeral and nontrade materials on American public affairs and policy.  

Started in 1920 as part of the UC Berkeley Bureau of Public Administration, the collection contains a wealth of historical and contemporary primary source materials, including: pamphlets and reports from a broad spectrum of public interest organizations, research institutes and government agencies.  

The library is also a depository for California local government documents and is known for its resources related to California ballot measures

Location109 Philosophy Hall