NSF TUES Type I: Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) in Computer Science (CS)

Developing Virtual and Experiential Learning Materials for Multiple Cybersecurity Educational Paths for Liberal Arts Students

EIP: Engaging Laboratory Experiences for the Introduction to ProgrammingCourse

Exploring Virtual Interactive Models for Large Scale ResearchMentoring of Undergraduate Women in Computing

Promoting a Diverse Computing Workforce: Using National Survey Data to Understand Persistence Across Undergraduate Student Groups

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SciLAF: Scientific-based Learning Assessment Framework for Student Knowledge Tracking

A Flexible Framework for Cyber Security Education

Creative Computation for CS1 and K9-12

CSinParallel: Helping Undergraduate CS Students See and Understand Parallel Computing Concepts

TAILS: Enhancing Expertise, Sociability and Literacy through Teaching Artificial Intelligence as a Lab Science