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Colleen M. Lewis

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Name:Colleen M. Lewis

Colleen Lewis is an Associate Professor of computer science at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Lewis previously taught at Harvey Mudd College for eight years where she was the McGregor-Girand Associate Professor of computer science. At UC Berkeley, Lewis completed a PhD in science and mathematics education, an MS in computer science, and a BS in electrical engineering and computer science. Her research seeks to identify effective teaching practices for creating equitable learning spaces where all students have the opportunity to learn. Lewis curates, a NSF-sponsored project for disseminating effective computer science teaching practices. Lewis has received the NSF CAREER Award, the Undergraduate Mentoring Award, and the Emerging Leader Award for her efforts to broaden participation in computing.

Country:United States
Affiliation:University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Research interests:CS Education


SIGCSE TS 2023 Departmental BPC Plans 1 – Getting Started: Selecting Goals and Activities for Broadening Participation in Computing
Computing Specializations: Perceptions of AI and Cybersecurity Among CS Students
Goal-Congruity Theory Predicts Students’ Sense of Belonging in Computing Across Racial/Ethnic Groups
Microteaching: Ad-Hoc Networks, Binary Heaps, Variables in Hedy, Loops, Lists, and Data Storage
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