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Narges Norouzi, Ph.D.

Assistant Teaching Professor

University of California, Berkeley

Dr. Narges Norouzi, an Assistant Teaching Professor in UC Berkeley's Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences

department, spearheads transformative advancements in STEM education by integrating evidence-based strategies to improve diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice. Her interdisciplinary research blends Machine Learning and personalized learning tools to reshape computing curricula to engage a diverse student cohort. With a computer vision and deep learning specialization, her pursuits extend into elevating biomedical applications. Notably supported by NSF, DARPA, and industry leaders like Google, Dr. Norouzi’s work resonates at the center of education and technology. Having earned her MS and Ph.D. from the University of Toronto, focusing on applied deep learning, she has been instrumental in applied machine learning initiatives, particularly in biology and education. Her CS education endeavors center on leveraging AI to bridge classroom equity gaps and spearheading student-centered initiatives fostering equitable access.