Christine Chang
PhD Student
Computer Science

Christine earned a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering with an aerospace concentration from Cornell University and a Master of Science in STEM Education from Boise State University. She has worked as an engineer for both NASA Johnson Space Center and Boeing Commercial Airplanes and has also taught a range of subjects in a pre-K through 9th-grade school. Christine most recently worked as a project manager at the Institute for STEM and Diversity Initiatives at Boise State University, where she founded an all-girls FIRST Robotics team and fostered numerous opportunities to involve more diverse students and teachers in engaging science and engineering activities. Advised by Mike Eisenberg, Christine is passionate about increasing diversity and inclusion in STEM fields and is excited to develop technologies to support students and educators in this endeavor.