Cynthia Lee

Cynthia Lee
Stanford University
Lecturer, Computer Science Department

Cynthia Lee is a Lecturer in the Computer Science Department at Stanford. She founded peerinstruction4cs.org to support educators in flipping their computer science classrooms using peer instruction. Her teaching awards include the Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel Award for exceptional contributions to undergraduate education at Stanford, for “commitment to inclusive education,” including teaching the course “Race & Gender in Silicon Valley.”

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