Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk is interested in the interactions between computers, people, and sustainability. She holds Masters degrees in Information Systems from Northeastern University and Computer Science from the University of Oregon, an interdisciplinary Doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin and a handful of post graduate courses in intercultural communications and systems science.
Lisa publishes a twice yearly column called “Percolations” about interdisciplinary issues in computing education in ACM SIGCSE Inroads, a magazine for computing educators. She has written for the Austin Texas Sierra Club, and has an extensive list of academic research publications. She is active in the international Computer Science Education community.
Lisa lives in San Diego, where she is an avid traveler, hiker, amateur naturalist and photographer.