During this Computer Science Education Week, the National Science Foundation has worked with other governmental agencies to produce a series that highlights professionals who work in, or are funded by, the federal government and are using computer science to educate, uncover, and understand. Check back each day this week for links to new individual profiles. The full PDF, with all the profiles, is located at the bottom of this post. Follow us on Twitter @CSforAll @CSforAllTchrs @NSF and use #CSEdWeek and #CSspotlights learn more about awesome CS professionals!
Want to see all the profiles? Check out the combined PDF here.
- Jackie Coricelli - the Educator: Using computer science to think about thinking.
- Janice Mak - the Supercoder: Using computer science to inspire the next generation of problem solvers.
- Cayelan Carey - the Ecologist: Using computer science to protect freshwater around the world.
- Seve LaFountain - the Cyber Patriot: Using computer science to train the next generation of cybersecurity professionals.
- Fatima Senghore - the Communicator: Using computer science to build tools that support education and internships.
- Tony Coulson - the Security Expert: Using computer science to help girls learn about hacking, drones, and more.
- William Hill – the Developer: Using computer science to visualize climate around the world.
- Pam Richmond – the Web Pro: Using computer science to build websites and systems that engage the public.
- Nichole Pinkard – the Digital Diva: Using computer science to inspire middle school girls to pursue STEM.
- Ayanna Howard – The Roboticist: Using computer science to build smart robots that help motivate kids.
- Julius Dacumos – The Data Expert: Using computer science to move data and test new hardware.
- Debbie Cook – The Informer: Using computer science to manage information technology (IT) systems.