Substitute Lecturer, Mathematics and Computer Science, John Jay College
Evan Misshula is a substitute lecturer in the department of Mathematics and Computer Science at John Jay College. He also works as a data scientist at the John Jay Research and Evaluation Center evaluating anti-violence programs. He serves as a CUNY John Jay Presidential Fellow where he works on the Misdemeanor Justice Project. At John Jay, he is a member of the Punishment-2-Public-Health-Academy and the Social Network Research Group (SNRG-NYC). At the CUNY GC, he is a member of the Pattern Recognition Lab directed by Robert Haralick. Evan mentors for the College Initiative, a project which helps people returning from prison access higher education. Additionally, he serves on the Men’s Advisory Board for the Prison Visiting Project of Corrections Association of New York as well as the Research Advisory Board of NY Public Library. Evan is a member of the meetup groups Developers for good, NYC Open Data, NYC Python, Emacsnyc and #BetaNYC, the NYC Code for America Brigade.