Dr. Emily Ann Marasco is an instructor of software engineering at the Schulich School of Engineering. Her award-winning research focuses on interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary design practices for improving engineering education. Emily works at the intersection of technology, innovation, and education, and is passionate about coding and robotics literacy outreach. She received the 2018 ASTech Outstanding Leaders of Tomorrow Award and was recognized as a 2019 Top 40 Under 40 by Avenue Magazine Calgary.
Emily previously held the position of Education Specialist with EZ-Robot Inc. and Program Evaluation and Planning Specialist at the Schulich School of Engineering. She hosted The Robot Program, an educational webseries for teaching robotics through technology to thousands of students, educators, and hobbyists around the globe. She speaks regularly at conferences and in the community on topics from technical work to technological impact. Emily is also a published writer, an oboist, a belly dancer, and a jewelry artist. This website is an online portfolio of her varied passions and accomplishments.