Professor Sesh Venugopal has taught thousands of students over all levels of the Computer Science undergraduate curriculum, and has written a textbook that is used internationally. He brings to the classroom a unique blend of theory and practice, enhancing the relevance of the learning experience with case studies drawn from industry leaders in computing. He loves to interact with students in and out of the classroom, and is the faculty advisor to the Undergraduate Student Alliance of Computer Scientists (USACS), and Rutgers Mobile App Development (RuMAD) student clubs. He is also the founder and director of the Industrial Affiliates Program (IAP) for the Computer Science department. He has been recognized in 2010 with the School of Arts and Sciences award for Distinguished Contributions to Undergraduate Education. His wide-ranging interests include coding, traveling, reading, playing and following various sports, talking about topics ranging from technology to trivia to metaphysics, and anything else that is engaging and fun. He also enjoys writing fiction (published a novel in 2012), and making educational videos on YouTube.