Professor of Computer Science
Separately, long before it became fashionable to do so, a group of us began to take high school computing seriously. Instead of just complaining about it, like everyone else did, we created a very successful program and have recently shifted our focus to middle schools.
I'm honored to be a recipient of Brown University's Wriston Fellowship and of SIGPLAN's Robin Milner Young Researcher Award. The former is for teaching and the latter for research, and I value both activities equally.
If you think I have nothing to say to MBAs, apparently you're wrong.
Disclosure: My work has been supported by the US National Science Foundation, Cisco, the ESA Foundation, Fujitsu, Google, Jane Street Capital, and TripAdvisor. I thank them all for their support. While I believe my views have not been swayed by this support, I provide this information so you can evaluate any claims I make for which this may be pertinent.
My names are not spelled Sriram or Shiram or Khrishnamurthi or Krishnamurthy or Krishnamurti (like the philosopher). Find me, o search engine, find me!