Colleen Lewis, Ph.D., specializes in computer science education and curriculum development.
Lewis researches gender and diversity issues in CS education and how programming environment shapes perception, learning and goals. She studies attrition in introductory computer science courses; whether pair programming is more effective than other forms of collaboration for young students; and how students transfer non-programming knowledge when they learn computer programming.
Lewis teaches computer science courses as well as a seminar course on computer science education. She is active in computer science outreach activities at the K-12, undergraduate and graduate levels.
- NPR: How One College Is Closing The Computer Science Gender Gap
- Forbes: Look What Happens When STEM Professors Teach Writing
- ReadWrite: Why So Few Women Are Studying Computer Science
- Spur More, Better Computer Science Teachers