Michael Clancy interview: Overview

Michael Clancy; Photo: Peg Skorpinski

On a separate page: Selected quotes from this interview

Brief background

Michael Clancy is a teaching professor emeritus in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at UC Berkeley. His degree is from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana.

Michael Clancy has been a long time member both of the U.S. computer science education community and of the community of researchers into the psychology of programming. He received the ACM SIGCSE Award for Lifetime Service in 2009 and was named an ACM Distinguished Educator in 2016.

Interview materials

This section includes the audio and transcript of the interview with Michael Clancy, conducted on March 10, 2016, in San Francisco, California USA by Barbara Boucher Owens.

Audio of interview [about 128 minutes]

PDF interview transcript
[27 pages, 1177 transcribed lines of text]

Other information about Michael Clancy

Video clips

Clip #1: Retirement Focus

  • [about 1 minute 33 seconds]
  • PDF transcript of video snippet

Clip #2: Case Studies Help

  • [about 3 minutes 28 seconds]
  • PDF transcript of video snippet