Active Projects

Research Area:Computer Science EducationEDBroadening ParticipationBPAdaptive FeedbackAFSoftware TestingSTSoftware EngineeringSEUsability & User eXperienceUXEntrepreneurshipEN

Codewit.usEDBPAF  is an inclusive platform for sharing unique perspectives in learning how to code. Funded by California Governor's Office of Planning and Research - Learning Lab (CELL),Department of Education (DOE) Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF II) and National Science Foundation (NSF) Broadening Participation in Computing.


Innovating valid, reliable, and practical assessments of individuals' contributions to team Software Engineering projects. FRONTIERS is funded by National Science Foundation (NSF) Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE), featuring collaborations with Oregon State University,   University of California Santa Barbara, and   Washington State University.


CURE-E uses a unique combination of Course-based Undergraduate Research Experience pedagogy with entrepreneurship  to teach authentic software development and research skills in undergraduate Computer Science courses. Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF).


Innovating software testing education tools, methods, and metrics by investigating how software developers critically evaluate software with unit tests.

Tech Startup ModelSEUXENED

Empowering entrepreneurship and authentic software development skills in user-centered interdisciplinary Software Engineering collaborations