Awards, Honors, and Professional Activities
Dr. Deborah A. Trytten a President’s Associates Presidential Professor and Professor in the School Computer Science at the University of Oklahoma and an Adjunct Professor in Women’s and Gender Studies. She received a BA in physics and mathematics from Albion College. She has MS degrees in both applied mathematics and computer science, and a PhD in computer science from Michigan State University. Dr. Trytten's current research interests include analyzing the social construction of gender and ethnic/racial diversity in engineering education and undergraduate education in computer science. Dr. Trytten has authored papers in venues including the Journal of Engineering Education, the Special Interest Group in Computer Science Education, the American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, and the Frontiers in Education Conference. She has been an investigator on more than thirty grants and contracts from the NSF, the United States Department of Education, and several state agencies.