Ian Mitchell (starting Jan 2013), Paul Carter (emeritus)
Allison Elliott Tew (emeritus) – involved in CPSC 110, 210, 211, 260, 310, and 317, Ryan Golbeck (emeritus - involved in CPSC 110 and 210), Ben Yu (emeritus - involved in CPSC , 111, 121, 211, 213, 221, 304, 310, 322, 404, and APSC 160), Raymond Lister (emeritus -involved in CPSC 111, CPSC 260, and APSC 160), Beth Simon (emeritus -involved in the early work of CPSC 101, 111, 121, 211, 213, and 221)
D. Acton, M. Allen, P. Belleville, G. Carenini, P. Carter, C. Conati, A. Condon, M. Dulat, K. Eiselt, M. Feeley, W. Heidrich, H. Hoos, N. Hutchinson, G. Kiczales, E. Knorr, K. Leyton-Brown, J. Luk, J. McGrenere, G. Murphy, R. Ng, R. Pottinger, D. Poole, G. Tsiknis, K. Voll, S. Wolfman
Frank Hutter, Gabriel Murray
Computer Science received seed funding from CWSEI in 2007 and began the efforts listed below in the Fall. The department moved to full funding starting in mid-2008.
Computer Science plans to use CWSEI's scientific approach to improve student learning throughout our curriculum as an iterative process including:
- articulating clear learning goals for our individual courses and our program as a whole,
- developing both formative assessments to guide teaching and learning techniques and summative assessments (i.e., exams) that evaluate those learning goals,
- revising our teaching techniques in response to assessments,
- and establishing administrative structures to sustain these efforts.
Poster (CWSEI EOY 2012): Computer Science SEI: An Overview