Dr. Kinnis Gosha (pronounced Go-Shay) is the Hortinius I. Chenault Endowed Division Chair for Experiential Learning & Interdisciplinary Studies and Director of the Culturally Relevant Computer Lab at Morehouse College. In his role as Division Chair, he is responsible for interdisciplinary degree options, certificates, dual enrollment, continuing education, and online education. Dr. Gosha’s research interests include conversational agents, social media data analytics, computer science education, broadening participation in computing, and culturally relevant computing. More specifically, Gosha's passion lies in his research in virtual mentoring, where he has several peer-reviewed research publications. Gosha's Culturally Relevant Computing Lab is comprised of approximately 20 top undergraduate researchers each year from Morehouse College, Spelman College, and Clark Atlanta University. The lab investigates research problems centered on creating innovative computing technologies to solve cultural problems and issues. To date, Dr. Gosha has accrued over $9 million in sponsored research funding and over 60 peer-reviewed research publications.
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