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Michael Lachney is an Assistant Professor in Michigan State University’s Educational Psychology and Educational Technology program. He has a background in science and technology studies and contributes to the field of computer science education. His research focuses on the cultural and racial politics of computing in school and community settings. His research has appeared in the journals Learning, Media and Technology, Science as Culture, Computer Science Education, among others.
- Author of Computing for the Barbershop: A Foundation for Broadening the Participation of Black Boys in Computing Education within the Lightning Talks-track
- Author of Community Embedded Computing Education: Shaping Young People’s Perceptions of Self-confidence and Personal Expression with Computer Science in a Youth Boxing Gym within the Papers-track