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Kevin Wayne is the Phillip Y. Goldman University Lecturer in Computer Science at Princeton University, where he has been teaching since 1998. He has co-developed (with Robert Sedgewick) two of the most popular courses at Princeton (COS 126 and COS 226); co-authored several award-winning textbooks for students and practitioners; co-designed four free MOOCs on Coursera, with over 2 million enrolled students; and authored or co-authored seven nifty assignments. He directs a summer program aimed at broadening participation in computer science by historically under-represented groups. He was named a Distinguished Educator by the ACM in 2014.
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