Dr. Monique Ross receives NSF Career Award
Join us as we congratulate Dr. Monique Ross for being awarded the National Science Foundation (NSF) Career Award. Under her direction the project, CAREER: Cracking the Diversity Code: Understanding Computing Pathways of those Least Represented, was awarded over $600k in NSF grants.
Dr. Monique Ross is an Assistant Professor at FIU’s School of Computing and Information Sciences and STEM Transformation Institute at Florida International University in Miami, Florida.
Monique Ross holds a doctoral degree in Engineering Education from Purdue University. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Elizabethtown College, a Master’s degree in Computer Science and Software Engineering from Auburn University, eleven years of experience in the industry as a software engineer, and five years as a full-time faculty in the departments of computer science and engineering. She is the PI on two National Science Foundation grants, one foundation grant, and co-PI on two large scale grants. Dr. Monique Ross is committed to the expansion of rigorous computer science education research at FIU and nationally.