- Office: Darwin 116H. Office hours are on the SSU CS website.
- RTP Index: members of my committee can access my RTP files.
- The Fridge: my students are very talented.
- Archive: all notes on this site.
Given the urgency to teach remotely due to the ongoing pandemic, I took advantage of serveral wonderful programs to help me prepare for Fall. Badges are below.more ...
A few hours before my talk, the mayor of Portland cancelled all gatherings of over 500 people, and I hopped on a flight back home. I've decided to put my slide-deck online and add speaker notes, as a substitute!
I am really excited that SSU has been participating in the NCWIT's Sit With Me project. I got a chance to work with our wonderful president Sakaki, our provost, my dean and our CIO. We produced several videos to highlight the project and I built a website to showcase that work, as a project with SSU's Women in Tech group. You can check out some of our event photos at our Instagram, too.
So proud of my students for hosting the first intercollegiate hackathon in Sonoma County, honored to help as a judge and impressed by the efforts of organizers and participants alike!
UPDATE: They won the SSU Student Involvement "Outstanding Program of the Year" award!
NomaHacks ran for 24 hours, April 5th--6th. The event played host to approximately 84 students from SSU and SRJC, working on projects together in 12+ teams of up to 4 students each. It was officially organized by the CS Club at SSU, but involved a huge team organized by Keegan Donley (class of 2019).
The event offered …more ...