Associate Dean of Network Programs and a Professor of the Practice, Computer Science, Northeastern University
Dr. Jodi Tims is the Associate Dean of Network Programs and a Professor of the Practice in the Khoury College of Computer Sciences at Northeastern University. She earned her Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Pittsburgh (1998) with Programming Languages as her area of research. In recent years she has been a co-author on the ACM NDC annual report, which provides valuable graduation, enrollment, and demographic information to non-doctoral granting institutions of higher education. Dr. Tims is very active in service to the women in computing community having served as chair of ACM-W, chair of the Ohio Council of Women in Computing (OCWiC), and in advisory board capacity with CRA-WP, NCWIT, and AnitaB.org. She also is a member Greater Cleveland Partnership Technology Board of Advisors, which is a collaborative of industry and academic partners seeking to support the growth of the technology sector in the Cleveland, OH region. Dr. Tims is active in the computing education community as a member of ACM’s Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education, the ACM Education Advisory Committee, the Mathematics Foundation subcommittee of the ACM CS2023 Curricular Task Force, and several SIGCSE symposia committees, including serving as SIGCSE 2016 co-chair and currently as the SIGCSE Technical Symposium sponsor co-liaison. In her spare time, she enjoys many outdoor activities including biking, tennis, running and golf.