Martha Kosa

Martha Kosa
Tennessee Tech University
Associate Professor, Computer Science

Martha Kosa has been a faculty member in the Department of Computer Science at Tennessee Technological University since 1993.  

She has taught a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate courses, published research in the area of theoretical distributed computing, and presented posters and papers at CS educational conferences.  She has served every year as advisor for TTU’s programming teams in ACM’s International Collegiate Programming Contest, and she was the founding faculty advisor for TTU’s ACM-W chapter.  More recently, with her colleague Ambareen Siraj, she has co-organized the TTU Tapestry workshop for high school CS teachers, the First Tennesee Celebration of Women in Computing, and the Tennessee Affiliate of the NCWIT Aspirations Award.

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