Professor Ingrid Russell Recognized for Outstanding Contributions to Computer Science Education
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has recognized UHart Computer Science Professor Ingrid Russell as a Distinguished Member for her Outstanding Educational Contributions to Computing. ACM is world’s largest computing society and is the premiere global scientific and educational organization dedicated to advancing computing.
A member of ACM for more than 20 years, Russell was acknowledged her outstanding and innovative contributions to computer science education research and her expertise in developing curricular models for artificial intelligence (AI), computer science education, as well as evaluating the effectiveness of these models. Read about the recognition using the link below.