Lineberry is currently a Ph.D. student in Engineering with a concentration in Engineering Education at MSU with a research focus in cybersecurity education. She received her MS in CS with a concentration in Information Assurance from North
Carolina A&T University. Her BS in CS was received from Voorhees College. Previously,
Lineberry was Area Coordinator and an Instructor in CS at Voorhees.
Sarah Lee joined the faculty at Mississippi State University (MSU) after a 19 year information technology career at FedEx Corporation. As an associate clinical professor and assistant department head in the Computer Science and Engineering Department, she is co-founder and co-director of the Bulldog Bytes program at MSU that engages K-12 students with computing and provides professional development to K-12 teachers in computer science and cybersecurity. She is the PI for the NSF INCLUDES Mississippi Alliance for Women in Computing (MSAWC), partnering with stakeholders throughout the southern US to leverage, strengthen, and create awareness of existing programs and create new programs for young women in computing. She serves on the board of directors for the Mississippi Coding Academies.
Sarah holds a BS in Business Administration and Computer Information Systems from the Mississippi University for Women and a master’s degree in computer science from MSU. She earned her PhD in computer science from the University of Memphis.
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