Computer Science and Engineering
University of Washington
Office: Allen Center room 552
Hours: Wednesdays, 1:30-3:30 pm
I manage the introductory courses (cse142 and cse143). We are experiencing record enrollments in our courses. We made a video about what is happening in our intro courses that you can watch on youtube. We also got press coverage from The Seattle Times, a mention of my cookie-making in Geek Wire, and a follow-up story on King5 News.
For spring quarter I am teaching the honors section for cse142 and coteaching the class with Zorah Fung. Zorah is the primary instructor for 142 for spring, so I'm mostly handling lots of administrative details behind the scenes to make it possible for her to teach a great class.
If you want to see some statistics about what is happening at the University of Washington, check out this chart that shows the intended majors of incoming freshmen in the College of Engineering and check out these charts showing how the introductory courses have grown over time, partly because we have seen an increasing percentage of women.
I have authored or coauthored various papers and textbooks that people might find interesting including: