Barbara Rotundo

  • Program and Lab Coordinator
Barbara Rotundo

Barbara Dalton Rotundo trains and manages the Computer Science Department’s undergraduate teaching assistants and peer mentors. Her work emphasizes the role that social identities play in a student’s sense of belonging in a learning space. She is also a Lab Instructor for Introduction to Computer Science and Introduction to Computing Systems. Her other interests include human centered design, hydroponic vegetable gardening, and the later works of Henry James.

Happening at Mount Holyoke

Recent Campus News

Mount Holyoke professor Valerie Barr ’77 is a recipient of an NSF grant that funds a multi-institution collaboration toward diversity in computer science.

Recent Publications

Heather Pon-Barry, Audrey St. John, Becky Packard, Barbara Rotundo. Megas and Gigas Educate (MaGE): A Curricular Peer Mentoring Program. Poster in Proc. of 47th ACM Technical Symposium on Computing Science Education (SIGCSE 2016), Memphis, TN, 2016.

View More