Friday, April 29, 2022
5:30pm - 6:30 pm (In Person Lecture)
with Harvard Professor David J. Malan
(Harvard Computer Science AB'99, SM'04, & PhD'07)
Speaking on "The Digital Classroom: Teaching During the COVID Era"
Computer Science Professor David Malan ’99, professor of CS50, one of the largest courses at Harvard, will share insights on digital innovation, transformation, and lessons learned that could foretell the future of teaching at Harvard!
ABOUT DAVID J. MALAN
David J. Malan is Gordon McKay Professor of the Practice of Computer Science at Harvard University in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences as well as a Member of the Faculty of Education in the Graduate School of Education and an Executive Fellow at Harvard Business School.
He teaches Computer Science 50 (known as CS50) which is among Harvard University’s largest courses, one of Yale University’s largest courses, and edX’s largest MOOC, with over 3.1M registrants. He also teaches at Harvard Business School, Harvard Law School, Harvard Extension School, and Harvard Summer School. All of his courses are freely available as OpenCourseWare.
Professor Malan earned his A.B in Computer Science at Harvard University in 2009, as well as his S.M. in 2004 and Ph.D. in 2007.
His interests include: cybersecurity, digital forensics, botnets, computer science education, distance learning, collaborative learning, and computer-assisted instruction.
All Harvard & Ivy League alumni & guests are welcome!
A great opportunity to commune with friends and connect with your greater alumni community!!
WE LOOK FORWARD TO "SEEING" YOU THERE!