I have a PhD in Information and Computer Science from UC Irvine, a MS in Human-Computer Interaction from Georgia Tech, and a BS in Computer Science also from Georgia Tech.
In Winter 2018, I am teaching:
- Computer Science 105: Computing Fundamentals I
- Computer Science 305: Social, Ethical, and Legal Implications of Computing
- Computer Science 410/510: Introduction to Human Computer Interaction
I am currently focused on teaching full time. I used to conduct research investigating user experience, work practice, and the broader social impacts of contemporary computing and design. I’ve studied: labor and the future of work, philanthropy and social change, microbial science, suburban family life, and possibilities for disconnection on the Pacific Crest Trail.
Previous classes taught include: