EngageCSEdu is a project of the National Center for Women & Information Technology. Our purpose is to broaden participation in computing by empowering faculty to implement strategic curricular and pedagogical changes. We do this by providing:

  • instructors of introductory computer science courses with a platform to find and share high quality, engaging introductory CS0, CS1, and CS2 course materials. The quality of materials is ensured through peer-review. 
  • the Engagement Practices Framework: An easy way for all instructors to learn more about evidence-based practices for engaging women and underrepresented minorities in computing. All materials in the collection use at least one Engagement Practice. 

To learn more about joining the EngageCSEdu community, please contact us at engagecsedu@ncwit.org. EngageCSEdu is made possible through funding from Google.

EngageCSEdu Editors-in-Chief

  • Prof. Michelle Craig (University of Toronto)
  • Dr. Briana Morrison (University of Nebraska-Omaha)

EngageCSEdu Advisory Board

  • Valerie Barr (Mount Holyoke College)
  • Doug Blank (Bryn Mawr)
  • Betsy DiSalvo (Georgia Institute of Technology)
  • Joanna Goode (University of Oregon)
  • Helen Hu (Westminster College)
  • Colleen Lewis (Harvey Mudd College)
  • Alvaro Monge (California State University-Long Beach) 
  • Tamara Sumner (University of Colorado)

EngageCSEdu Project Team

  • Beth Quinn, Project Director & Senior Research Scientist
  • Casey Sanders, Webmaster
  • Stephanie Weber, Consulting Content Manager

    Reviewers and Other Volunteers

    • Gretchen Achenbach (University of Virginia)
    • Flo Appel (Saint Xavier University)
    • Cindy Arnold (Pellissippi State Community College)
    • Colleen Bamford (County College of Morris)
    • Elizabeth Boese (University of Colorado at Boulder)
    • Sally Bond (NCWIT Extension Services Consultant)
    • Bo Brickman (Miami University)
    • David Burlinson (University of North Carolina Charlotte)
    • Gail Carmichael (Shopify)
    • Martine Ceberio (University of Texas, El Paso)
    • Tzu-Yi Chen (Pomona College)
    • David Cooper (Cheyney University of Pennsylvania)
    • Emily Coyle (Beloit College)
    • Amy Csizmar Dalal (Carleton College)
    • Adrienne Decker (Rochester Institute of Technology)
    • Amanda Diekman (Miami University of Ohio)
    • Sarah Diesburg (University of Northern Iowa)
    • Peter Drake (Lewis and Clark College)
    • Debra Duke (Virginia Commonwealth University)
    • Richard Enbody (Michigan State University)
    • Barb Ericson (University of Michigan)
    • Marisa Exter (Purdue University)
    • Razie Fathi (University at Buffalo)
    • Ioana Fleming (University of Colorado at Boulder)
    • Jason Freeman (Georgia Institute of Technology)
    • Ria Galanos (Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology)
    • Mark Gondree (Sonoma State University)
    • Joanna Goode (University of Oregon)
    • Arup Guha (University of Central Florida)
    • Mark Guzdial (University of Michigan)
    • Sherida Habersham (Oconee RESA)
    • Caroline Hardin (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
    • Sneha Veeragoudar Harrell (Harvard University)
    • Sarah Heckman (North Carolina State University)
    • Greg Hendler (Georgia Institute of Technology)
    • Chris Hovey (University of Colorado at Boulder)
    • Helen Hu (Westminster College)
    • Tacksoo Im (Georgia Gwinnett College)
    • Elizabeth Ingraham (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
    • Alan Jamieson (St. Mary's College of Maryland)
    • Dominic Kao (MIT)
    • Siddharth Kaza (Towson University)
    • Anastasia Kurdia (Tulane University)
    • Clif Kussmaul (Muhlenberg College)
    • Lisa Lancor Lancor (Southern Connecticut State University)
    • Mark LeBlanc (Wheaton College)
    • Kate Lehman (UCLA)
    • Colleen Lewis (Harvey Mudd)
    • Juan Jen Li (Kean University)
    • Ran Libeskind-Hadas (Harvey Mudd College)
    • John Lusth (The University of Alabama)
    • Lou Ann Lyon (ETR)
    • Elsa Macias (NCWIT Extension Services Consultant)
    • Macy Madema (California State University-Long Beach)
    • Lisa Miller (Kapiolani Community College)
    • Alvaro Monge (California State University-Long Beach)
    • Amanda Montoya (Ohio State University)
    • Katherine Morris (Pellissippi State Community College)
    • Briana Morrison (University of Nebraska-Omaha)
    • Shay Pokress (Science Museum, Boston)
    • Leo Porter (UCSD)
    • Karen Rambo-Hernandez (West Virginia University)
    • Patricia Ruiz (Pepperdine University)
    • Sherri Sanders (University of Colorado at Boulder)
    • Ben Schafer (University of Northern Iowa)
    • Hampton Smith (Shieldsbetter, LLC)
    • Mia Steinberg (Anti-Defamation League)
    • Kalpathi Subramanian (University of North Carolina-Charlotte)
    • Keith Tookey (Eureka College)
    • Tammy VanDeGrift (University of Portland)
    • James Vanderhyde (Saint Xavier University)
    • Roli Varma (University of New Mexico)
    • Zoë Wood (Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo)
    • Mark Zarb (Robert Gordon University)  
    • Daniel Zingaro (University of Toronto, Mississauga)