Suzanne W. Dietrich is a Professor in the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ. She is co-author of Foundations of Object Databases: Object-Oriented and Object-Relational Design (Morgan & Claypool, 2011) and the author of Understanding Relational Database Query Languages (Prentice Hall, 2001). Her research interests include computer science education with an emphasis on databases as well as the incremental monitoring of conditions and evaluation of rules in distributed, active environments that respond to events and streaming information. Dr. Dietrich is recognized by the ACM as a Distinguished Educator for her impact and significant accomplishments in the field of computer science education. She is also an associate editor of ACM Transactions on Computing Education.
Dr. Goelman is Associate Professor in the Department of Computing Sciences at Villanova University. His primary research area is computer science education. He is currently co-PI on two NSF grants, one on enhancing visualization software for teaching database principles to not-necessarily technical majors, the second on developing a curriculum for teaching an introductory course on data science in flipped classroom format. An earlier grant dealt with designing the aforementioned visualization software. He has taught various courses in the computer science curriculum, including one that he developed and implemented called "Databases for Many Majors."
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