I am an Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of Auckland. I initially completed an BA in Philosophy/Psychology, followed by an MA(Hons) in Philosophy, focused on metaphysics, logic, theory of mind and theory of language, before joining the Computer Science department in a teaching role in 1995. I subsequently completed a BSc, Postgraduate Certificate of Academic Practice, and a PhD in Computer Science Education. I am currently (2020-2022) the Associate Dean Teaching and Learning for the Faculty of Science.
I was very fortunate to have spent my childhood on Waiheke Island in the Hauraki Gulf in Auckland. I live in Auckland with my wife, three children and one cat.
Assoc. Prof. Andrew Luxton-Reilly began teaching in the School of Computer Science at the University of Auckland in 1995. He is actively involved in the development of curriculum, and an advocate for scholarship of teaching and learning within the School of Computer Science, and more widely for the Faculty of Science as the Associate Dean Teaching and Learning. He has received 7 teaching awards, including recognition of his contribution to teaching at the national (Ako Aoteoroa National Tertiary Teaching Excellence Award) and international level (Computing Research and Education Association of Australasia (CORE) Teaching Award). Andrew makes a significant contribution to the international Computing Education Research community with several senior roles such as membership on the ACM SIGCSE Executive Board, Program Chair for several international Computing Education conferences, and Chair for the Australasian Chapter of the ACM SIGCSE organization. He has produced over 100 peer-reviewed publications including 10 award-wining papers, has received 16 grants related to learning and teaching, and has led four successful international working group collaborations.
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Assoc. Prof. Andrew Luxton-Reilly
Computer Science Department,
University of Auckland,
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