Devorah Kletenik is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer and Information Science at Brooklyn College and in the Computer Science Doctoral Program at the CUNY Graduate Center.

Her research interests include accessibility, serious games, computer science education, Boolean functions and algorithms.

Her work is currently supported by:
  • a pilot grant from the American Cancer Society to investigate accessible software design for cancer survivors with impairments
  • a SIGCSE Special Projects Grant to study neurodiversity and accessibility
  • a grant from the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline exploring experiental learning of acccessibility

Previous grant support included:
  • a grant from the Public Interest Technology University Network to facilitate curricular design in public interest technology using OER (co-PI)
  • funding from Women in Technology in NY (currently Break Through Tech) and from SIGCSE Special Projects to develop a serious game to reinforce programming concepts
  • a Teach Access Faculty Grant funding accessibility education

In 2023, she was awarded both the Claire Tow '52 Award for Excellence in Teaching and the inaugural School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences Teaching Award in Computer and Information Sciences.

Contact Information:
phone number: 718-951-5000 ext 1502
office: Ingersoll 5316