Miranda Parker is a doctoral graduate from Georgia Tech in Human-Centered Computing, advised by Mark Guzdial. Her research is in computer science education, where she is interested in topics of assessment, achievement, and access. Parker’s dissertation research focuses on questions of access and barriers to computer science courses at the high school level within the state of Georgia. She has previously interned with code.org and worked on the development of the K-12 CS Framework. Miranda is a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow and a Georgia Tech President’s Fellow.
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