Ken Arnold

Ken Arnold

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Calvin University


Kenneth (Ken) Arnold is a professor of computer science and data science at Calvin University. He studies how people can use intelligent systems for creative productivity and learning. His doctoral research was on how predictive typing affects what people write and how.

  • Natural Language Processing
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Creativity Support Tools
  • PhD in Computer Science, 2020

    Harvard University

  • MS in Media Arts and Sciences, 2010

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2007

    Cornell University


At Calvin University:

  • CS 108 (Introduction to Computing)
  • DATA 202 (Data Wrangling and Analytics)
  • CS 344 (Artificial Intelligence)

At Harvard University:

  • Fall 2018: CS109a Data Science (Section Leader)
  • Spring 2015: CS282r Decision-Making Under Uncertainty
  • Spring 2013: CS179 Design of Usable Interactive Systems