Ph.D., Engineering Psychology, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016
M.S., Engineering Psychology, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014
B.A., Psychology, Southwestern University, 2010
• Computer Science Education
• Instructional Design
• Research Methods
Lauren Margulieux is an associate professor in the Department of Learning Sciences. She is the founding director of the Snap Inc. Center for Computing in Teacher Education, in which she coordinates Georgia State University’s teacher preparation programs to integrate computing into pre-service teacher training in all disciplines. Her research interests are in computer science education for computing and programming novices, especially to promote computational literacy for all learners. She also created and directs a computer science endorsement to certify in-service teachers to offer computing courses.