Foster is Focused on Creating a Sense of Belonging in Computing
A love for computer science (CS) is something that Terry Foster has always possessed. When he was just four years old his mom bought him an Atari that he set up himself. From there, Foster has continued to build up his CS knowledge; earning a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems and a master’s in instructional technology before working in the industry for several years.
Today, Foster is a Fellow at the Constellations Center for Equity in Computing at Georgia Tech (Constellations) – a role he not only loves but considers crucial to changing the computer science education landscape.