Gulnaz Kaur Randhawa, M.S.

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M.Sc. Computational Sciences, Laurentian University, 2022
B.Tech. Computer Engineering, Guru Nanak Dev University, 2018

Human-Computer Interaction
Web Development
Mobile Application Development
Information Technology

Prof. Randhawa holds a Master’s of Science in Computational Sciences degree, and a Bachelor of Technology in Computer Engineering degree, Prof. Randhawa has conducted postgraduate research in Human-Computer Interaction for identifying differences in perceived credibility of mobile applications from gendered perspective, and is currently working on the research paper centered on the same idea.Prof. Randhawa has served as an adjunct faculty member, Instructor, Department of Computer Science in Conestoga College, Waterloo, Ontario in Summer 2022. Prof. Randhawa has taught classes in Computer Science such as Information Technology Automation, Scripting in Python and PowerShell. Currently, Prof. Randhawa is teaching Mobile App Development Courses in Conestoga College along with Cloud Computing course. Prof. Randhawa has served as Faculty member, Instructor, Department of Computer Science in Canadore@Stanford College, Scarborough, Ontario. Prof. Randhawa taught Web development, Mobile App development, Project Management, Technical Support for Network Administrators
course besides courses such as Rich Media Development and Software Development Life Cycle throughout the Summer 2022 semester. Prof. Randhawa also developed curriculum for each course taught at Canadore@Stanford College and developed course shells on D2L.Prof. Randhawa worked as Computer Programming Instructor at Junior Coders, Brampton, Ontario. As a Computer Programming Instructor, Prof. Randhawa taught students from grade 6- 12 coding languages such as: Python, JAVA as well as Full-Stack Development and HTML/CSS. Prof. Randhawa worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant(GTA) for Dr. Ratvinder Grewal, Associate Professor, Laurentian University during the academic terms 2019-2021. While serving as GTA, Prof. Randhawa’s duties involved preparing lectures, grading students’ submissions and assisting students in project work.