I am an Associate Professor and Colony Family Chair at Bates College, where I am working with students, staff, and faculty to develop a new program in Digital and Computational Studies (DCS). This program empowers students to think computationally about race, gender, politics, economics, art, music, literature, the sciences... wherever their interests take.

From the goals and objectives of individual courses to the structure of the curriculum itself, justice and equity will service as guiding values, framing our conversation and work as we imagine (and make real) an interdisciplinary computing program that engages the full breadth of the liberal arts.