Click here to see my teaching statement, which reflects my long-term goal to integrate open science, active open educational resources, and peer-based active learning in a way that facilitates effective, low-anxiety computer science education at scale so that as many students as possible can actively engage in discipline-specific activities while learning.
Below is a list of the classes I am currently teaching in Summer 2020 at the University of Georgia.
CSCI 2610: Discrete Mathematics
The fundamental mathematical tools used in computer science: sets, relations, and functions; propositional logic, predicate logic, and inductive proofs; summations, recurrences, and elementary asymptotics; counting and discrete probability; undirected and directed graphs; introductory linear algebra, with applications in computer science.
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CSCI 3030E: Computing, Ethics, and Society (Online)
Introduction to social and ethical issues relating to computer science and information technology. Topics include privacy, intellectual property, open source software, the digital divide, globalization, professional ethics, social justice issues, and current events. Students should have a working knowledge of personal computing.
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Below is a table that summarizes the courses that I’ve taught at the University of Georgia. Except for CSCI 1301L where I was a Lab Instructor, I was the Instructor of Record for all courses listed. Class enrollments generally exceeded 48 with individual class sizes as large as 120.
|CSCI||6950||Directed Study in Computer Science||2||Summer 2020|
|CSCI||6800||Human-Computer Interaction||-||Fall 2020|
|CSCI||6730||Operating Systems||1||Spring 2019|
|CSCI||5007||Internship in Computer Science||2||Summer 2020|
|CSCI||4960||Faculty-Mentored Research in Computer Science||3||Summer 2020|
|CSCI||4950||Directed Study in Computer Science||2||Spring 2019|
|HONS||4800H||Honors Capstone Internship||1||Summer 2019|
|CSCI||4800||Human-Computer Interaction||-||Fall 2020|
|CSCI||4760||Computer Networks||1||Spring 2018|
|CSCI||4730||Operating Systems||1||Spring 2019|
|CSCI||4300||Web Programming||1||Fall 2018|
|CSCI||3030E||Computing, Ethics, and Society (Online)||2||Summer 2020|
|CSCI||3030||Computing, Ethics, and Society||7||Spring 2020|
|CSCI||2720||Data Structures||1||Summer 2015|
|CSCI||2670||Theory of Computation||1||Summer 2018|
|CSCI||2610||Discrete Mathematics||6||Summer 2020|
|CSCI||1730||Systems Programming||7||Spring 2017|
|CSCI||1302||Software Development||25||Spring 2020|
|CSCI||1301L||Introduction to Computing and Programming (Lab)||2||Spring 2012|
|CSCI||1300||Introduction to Programming with Python||-||Fall 2020|
Below is a list of the courses I have proposed that have been accepted and or implemented at the University of Georgia:
- CSCI 1300 / 1300L Introduction to Programming with Python
- CSCI 3030E Computing, Ethics, and Society (Online)