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Mark Sherriff receives 2016 Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Award

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Published on Jul 6, 2016

The IEEE Computer Society presented its 2016 Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Award to Mark Sherriff for outstanding contributions to undergraduate computer science education through innovative teaching and commitment to increasing enrollment and diversity in computer science programs. The Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Award honors outstanding undergraduate education through teaching and service. Prof. Sherriff accepted his award at the Computer Society’s 8 June 2016 awards ceremony in Atlanta, GA.
Sherriff is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Virginia. His teaching focus is in introductory computer science, computer game design, software engineering, web and mobile app development. His research interests are in CS education at all levels, gamification, and empiricism in CS education research.
For more information about Mark Sherriff:
https://www.computer.org/web/awards/c...
For more information about IEEE Computer Society Awards:
http://www.computer.org/awards

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