Faculty, Computer Science
Richland College 

Liem Le has served as adjunct computer science faculty at Richland College since 2008 and as full-time faculty since 2011. She also serves as a STEM fellow in DCCCD's STEM Institute, mentoring students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and participated in the Texas Regional STEM Degree Accelerator Project of Dallas/North Texas. 

Ms. Le started teaching in 1976 and became a principal in 1980 at a kindergarten in Vietnam, then began teaching math and computer applications at high school level, also in Vietnam. She earned a bachelor's degree in science and math in Vietnam before earning bachelor's and master's degrees in computer science from the University of Texas at Dallas.  

She worked in programming and software engineering for 10 years in the U.S., for AT&T in Dallas; Alcatel U.S.A. in Plano; Signalogic Inc. in  Dallas; Nu-Tec Telecommunication in Richardson; and Sterling Commerce in Irving. Professional awards include the AT&T SPOT award recognizing excellent professionalism in 1999; Teamwork and a Can-Do Spirit for AT&T-Texas Local Platform Release 6 in 2000, and the U.S.A. Alcatel Cup award for Excellent Accomplishment in 2001.