I direct Bard's Computer Science
Program and am a founding member of our Center for Experimental Humanities. Since
2017, I have served as House Professor for Coulter '51
This Fall, I will teach Data Structures and Principles of
Computing Systems. My research interests include robotics,
interactive software systems, and computing education.
I did my graduate work in the School of Interactive Computing in
the College of Computing at
the Georgia Institute of
Technology. Before that I studied computer science at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ. I
originally hail from southern New Jersey, so I root for Philly
sports teams and say "water" funny.