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Benjamin “Benji” Xie (pronounced ‘she’ + ‘eh’) is a PhD candidate at the University of Washington Information School, advised by Prof. Amy J. Ko. He designs and evaluates ways to use data to support equity and justice in educational contexts. His doctoral research explores interpretations and uses of data for equity in computing education. He publishes his work to computing education and human-computer interaction communities.
He is a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellow and was previously an MIT EECS-Google Research and Innovation Scholar during his time at MIT researching with Prof. Hal Abelson and MIT App Inventor. He received Master’s and undergraduate degrees in computer science from MIT.
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