I am creating visual computing-based tools to aid data inquiry in education,
and exploring how non-computing professionals represent computing science concepts.
My research interests are broadly in computing education, human-computer interaction,
I am a PhD student in Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Michigan,
advised by Prof. Mark Guzdial.
I earned my BS in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign in 2020, where
I worked primarily with Prof. Wade Fagen-Ulmschneider
in the d7 group.
If you followed a really old link, you might've been looking for book reviews.
You can still find many on my goodreads
and in my blog archive. (in-progress)
September 1 2020
I started my PhD in Computer Science at the University of Michigan.
May 22 2020
My poster, "Visualizing Curriculum Commonalities and Prerequisite Chains Through Metro Maps" at the
2020 University of Illinois Undergraduate Research Symposium won
Outstanding Poster in Science and Mathematics
putting it in the top 0.5%
May 16 2020
I graduated with a BS in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.
May 11 2020
I'm celebrating the release of my senior thesis
: a visualization of the engineering majors at the
University of Illinois, laid out in the form of an interconnecting metro map!
April 15 2020
In Fall, I'll be attending the University of Michigan for a PhD in Computer Science, focusing on Computing Education.
January 1 2020
For the next three weeks, I'll be in NYC, New York, participating in the Impact Labs Fellowship