Anita Chang (PhD, 2016) has released a new book, Third Digital Documentary Theory and Practice of Transmedia Arts Activism, Critical Design and Ethics.
Last summer, Dorothy Santos and Aphid Stern (current students), along with UCSC Assistant Profesor micha cárdenas, were mentioned by KQED in the article Artist-Made Tools Resist Algorithmic Racism and Empower Communities: https://www.kqed.org/arts/13881761/artist-made-tools-resist-algorithmic-racism-and-empower-communities
Dorothy Santos also recently transitioned to the executive director role for Processing Foundation, where she's been working part-time since March 2018. She also serves as both an advisor and mentor for the Clinic for Open Source Arts (COSA) and The Logic School. She says she likes being busy!
In the summer of 2017, Casondra Sobieralski (current student) created a video for Dr. Beverly Goodman, a marine geoarchaeologist, National Geographic Explorer, and professor at University of Haifa. Some of this footage is being used in a documentary, Who is Dr. Beverley Goodman-Chernov Marine Geo-Archeologist and How is She Connected to Tsunami?, created by Channel 98 in Caesarea, Israel. The documentary will be aired on Israeli television in December.