Empowering Leadership: Computing Scholars of Tomorrow Alliance
 
 

Partners

EL Alliance partners are professionals who are from a wide variety of educational institutions, industry and other organizations.

People involved in the EL Alliance include (alphabetically):

W. Richards (Rick) Adrion, University of Massachusetts
Ravikant Agarwal, Hope College
Richard A. Alo', University of Houston Downtown
Eric Allender, Rutgers University
Alan Apt, Association for Computing Machinery
Owen Astrachan, Duke University
Ruzena Bajcsy, University of California, Berkeley
Lecia Barker, University of Texas, Austin
Diane Baxter, San Diego Supercomputer Center
Tony Baylis, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Kera Bell-Watkins, Georgia Southern
Andrew Bernat, Computing Research Association
Lenore Blum, Carnegie Mellon University
Deborah Boisvert, University of Massachusetts Boston
Doug Burger, University of Texas at Austin/Microsoft
Carlos Castillo-Chavez, Arizona State University
John Cavazos, University of Delaware
Christy Chatmon, Florida A&M University and Florida State University
YangQuan Chen, Utah State University
Yadirah Colon, University of Texas at Austin
Diane Cook, Washington State University
Dilma Da Silva, IBM
Clint Dawson, University of Texas, Austin
Mark Dean, IBM Corporation
Douglas Densmore, University of California, Berkeley
Jayfus Doswell, The Juxtopia Group, Inc.
Caroline Eastman, University of South Carolina
Carla Faini, Microsoft Corporation
Renee Fall, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Jose Flores, The University of South Dakota
Jeffrey Forbes, Duke University
Susan Fox, Macalester
Shelby Funk, University of Georgia
Sangeeta Gad, University of Houston Downtown
Juan Gilbert, Clemson University
Roscoe Giles, Boston University
Oscar Gonzalez, University of Texas, Austin
Sunil Gulati, Binghamton University
Mindy Hart, Purdue University
Juris Hartmanis, Cornell University
Timothy Hickey, Brandeis University
Ilya Hicks, Rice University
Victoria Hilford, University of Houston
Raquell Holmes, Boston University
Sarah Hug, University of Colorado, Boulder
Shelia Humphreys, University of California, Berkeley
Leah Jamieson, Purdue University
JoZell Johnson, Intel Corporation
Raymond L. Johnson, U. Maryland at College Park
Lisa Kaczmarczyk, Association for Computing Machinery
Becky Kester, University of Texas, Austin
Maria Klawe, Harvey Mudd College
Allen Klinger, UCLA
Richard Ladner, University of Washington
Ed Lazowska, University of Washington
Phoebe Lenear, University of Illinois
Michael Lewis, Binghamton University
Tao Li, Florida International University
Haibin Lu, University of Missouri - Columbia
Margaret Martonosi, Princeton University
Shirley Malcom, American Association for the Advancement of Science
Stephenie McLean, Renaissance Computing Institute
Scott McCrickard, Virginia Tech
Cassandra McZeal, Rice University
Laura McGinnis, Pittsburg Supercomputing Center
Panagiotis Metaxas, Wellesley College
Ronald Metoyer, Oregon State University
Juan Meza, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Boleslaw Mikolajczak, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Masoud Milani, Florida International University
Sylvia Miner, Florida International University
Greg Moses, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Jasna Mrkic, UC Berkeley
Nannette Napier, Georgia Gwinnett College
David Patterson, University of California, Berkeley and Association for Computing Machinery
Graciela Perera, Youngstown State University
Arlie Petters, Duke University
Jorge Pullin, Louisiana State University
Pardha Pyla, Virginia Tech
Yolanda Rankin, IBM
John Rodriguez, Texas Instruments
Hector Ruiz, AMD Corporation
Aliasger Salem, University of Iowa
Mario Sanchez, Miami-Dade College
Lucinda Sanders, National Center for Women in IT
Stan Sclaroff, Boston University
Ishwar Sethi, Oakland University
Michael Sirois, Rice University
Erika Smith, Brandeis University
Tiki Suarez, Florida A&M University
Jeffrey Sumrall, University of Houston
Richard Tapia, Rice University
Jennifer Teig von Hoffman, Boston University
Marta Tienda, Princeton University
Linda Torres, Rice University
Ric Weibl, American Association for the Advancement of Science
Warren Washington, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Barbara Waugh, HP
Dale-Marie Wilson, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Pamela Williams Sandia National Laboratories
Bryant York, Portland State University
Rachel Young, Intel
Mohamed Zahran, City University of New York (CityCollege)