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Audrey St. John is a Professor of Computer Science at Mount Holyoke College. She is currently serving as the department chair. Motivated by computational challenges arising in robotics, biology and computer aided design, her research focuses on building theoretical foundations and developing efficient algorithms for geometric problems. She has received a Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award from the National Science Foundation to support her work on autonomous multi-robot formations. St. John also works on activities to broaden participation in computer science and STEM, including creating low-risk hardware experiences through the Fimbel Maker & Innovation Lab and helping to develop MaGE: Megas & Gigas Educate, an inclusive academic peer mentorship program (funded by Google’s CS Capacity program).

Contact

Clapp 221
Department of Computer Science
Mount Holyoke College

astjohn "at" mtholyoke "dot" edu

Office hours (Spring 2022)

  • Mondays and Wednesdays 1-2pm, and

  • by appointment on Pathways

Courses

This semester (Spring 2022), I am teaching:

During Fall 2021, I taught:

Awards and Honors