I received a NSF GRFP fellowship in 2005. I am always involved in a number of organizations I find important. Here are some prior ones I am very proud of: WECE, MIT Media Lab, Habitat for Humanity
The purpose of this webpage is to keep unorganized thoughts as organized as they possibly could be and to generate discussion (if only with myself) on more complex issues. There is plenty of shiny in my world. Of all my instruments, I am most fascinated with the keyboard. Part of this could be due to the fact that my mother is a piano teacher. She is most certainly my #1 influence (even if you consider counting from 0).
If your name is also Grace Woo (and believe me, there are many) and would like to use this domain name in any manner, please send me a note. I have met some very accomplished Grace Woo's which is quite humbling considering the coincidence that the Universe decided to give us the same name.
Photo from Elle Magazine 2014 (inaugural Women In Tech celebration) and my son 2019 (with his cousin):
Course Assignments for FA2018
I've been assigned to teach CS110A and CS160(A/B) this coming semester. I'll be bringing in the use of the Raspberry Pi 3 into both the CS160 series. Looking forward to developing this course with students of mine from last year. We have been working hard on a bottom-up full-stack website to show off and put to practice this summer 2018.
I've been assigned to teach CS110A and CS160(A/B) this coming semester. We'll be learning about the linux system in addition to getting familiarized with the Raspberry Pi. This is the second time that CS is being offered on the Chinatown Campus. The above photo is from the San Francisco Fortune Cookie Factory.