Olin-Rice Science Center, 225
Professor Milne’s research is broadly in the field of accessibility and centers around making digital interfaces more accessible for people with disabilities. Her most recent work was on making introductory programming environments (e.g. Scratch or Blockly) more accessible for children with visual impairments. In her free time, she loves getting outside and cross-country skiing, hiking, biking or roller-skating.
BA: Carleton College, Physics, 2008
Masters: University of Washington, Computer Science and Engineering, 2014
PhD: University of Washington, Computer Science and Engineering, 2018