Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Computer Science Minors programs
Department of Computer Science
New York University
251 Mercer Street, Room 422
New York, New York 10012
Office Hours, Fall, 2013: Mondays 4:00-5:00; Thursdays 1:30-3:30 in WWH Room 422 and by appointment
- Undergraduate computer science education; methodologies in teaching; education issues in technology and the impact of education in computer science and technology on our students' futures.
- Digital Humanities: Computing in archival systems; inter-disciplinary studies in working with texts, textual analysis, cataloguing of artifacts, works of art and the current innovations in this field; (See the NYU Archives Students' Projects for students' research in this field.)
- Conservation issues in digital-born art. (See our CS announcement for students' research in this field.)
Deena Engel is a Clinical Professor as well as the Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies for the
Computer Science Minors programs in the department of Computer Science of the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University. She is the recipient of two teaching awards at NYU: The College of Arts and Science Outstanding Teacher Award in May 2001 and the College of Arts and Science Golden Dozen Teaching Award in May 2006. Professor Engel teaches undergraduate computer science courses in web programming, database technologies, and related areas. She created an undergraduate semester-long course in Computing in the Humanities and the Arts as an elective within the Computer Science Department's Web Programming Minor in order to better serve students in the Humanities and the Arts fields and she also teaches a graduate course in the NYU English department on working with digital literary archival materials.