Lisha Zhou is a Lecturer in the Department of Engineering Education. She teaches core programming courses in Computer Information Science and Engineering. She received a MS in Computer Science from Fordham University in New York, where she performed data analytics research in neuroimaging and behavioral data in the Computational Neuroscience Lab. She holds a MS in Management Sciences and a BS in Environmental Sciences, both from University of Waterloo in Canada.
Before joining University of Florida, Ms. Zhou worked for two years as a full-time Lecturer at Fordham University teaching core courses in Computer Science, including Data Structures, Database Systems, Computer Programming with C++, and Discrete Structures. Prior to that, Ms. Zhou worked as a Master Data Analyst at Maple Leaf Foods in Canada.