My name is Miranda C. Parker and I am a Human Cenetered Computing PhD student at Georgia Institute of Technology. More specifically, I research Computer Science Education (or "CS Ed," as it is often referred to). I explore issues of privilege in the computer science classroom. I look at how a student's race, gender, socioeconomic status, and other aspects of their identity shape their computer science learning experience. I'm enthusiastic about teaching and I often find myself in a variety of leadership and outreach positions. When I'm not at work, I can be found running or backpacking or doing some sort of craft, like painting or crochet.
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