I view service as an integral part of the continuous development and improvement of my role as a faculty and as a citizen in this country. I am passionate about service because I firmly believe that the impact of my service lasts beyond the realm of my academic career. My notable mentoring services culminated in the award of a national NCWIT Undergraduate Research Mentoring Awards in 2013. I started the first National Science Foundation (NSF) funded Research Experiences for Undergraduate Students (REU) Site Program in my department. The chairing of the PhD proposal committee in my department since 2012 culminated in a proposal submitted to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) in June 2016 and approved in April 2017. Within my community, I have participated as a panel speaker, advisory board member, and mentor to actively promote STEM education.


At the university level, I had served as a member of the International Advisory Council (2018-present), University Library Committee (2009-2016), Round Rock Higher Education Incentive Committee (2004-2005), Asian Studies Board of Advisors (2006-2010), and a panel speaker in the university wide Mentoring Workshop entitled "Mentoring Faculty, Mentoring Students" organized by the the Academic Development and Assessment Program (2014). I had participated as a penal member for the Acadmic Success Workshop for International Students in 2019.

I currently serve as a member of the Graduate Council from 2018-present. I had served as a member of the REP committee from 2007-2009. I was a member of the College Review Group from 2012-2015, this is an elected position. I was also nominated by my chair to serve as a member of the Dean Summative Review Group in 2014. I had served as one of the key members of the Women in Science and Engineering planning committee (WISE) from 2010-2012.

At the department level, I currently serve as the Program Director of the new Ph.D. program , the chair for the PhD Program Committee and a member of the Graduate, the Faculty Recruitment, Academic Program Assessment and Space committees. I am the faculty sponsor of the first Computer Science Graduate Associate Students Club.


My professional service includes: Workshop Chair (CollaborateCom 2013), Program Co-Chair (C-IOT2013, C-IOT2014 workshops), Program Co-chair (WISE2005), Publication Chair (ICDE2002), Organization Chair (ICDE1999) and Session Chair (ICDE1998). In 2016, I served as one of the editors of a special issue on Web of Things in the Journal of Information Systems Frontiers by Springer. I have also served as a Program Committee Member in over 50 national and international conferences in my research areas since joining Texas State. I regularly reviewed journal papers for leading journals in my research area. List of conferences and journals where I participated as a committee member or as a reviewer


In the local community, I have participated as a faculty speaker at the SPARK Scholar Orientation Program at Texas State to inspire students to choose and stay with a Computer Science major. I have served as a faculty mentor to under-represented and minority students (SPARK scholars and LSAMP scholars). I co-chaired the NCWIT Undergraduate Research Mentoring Award Committee in 2015, 2018 and 2019. I have served as reviewers for NCWIT ACM-W Seed Fund Startup and Grace Hopper Scholarships for Anita Borg Institute. I have participated in multiple NSF panels. I had led a panel entitled "The Transition from High School to College" for diverse high school students at the Texas State WISE conference in 2012. I had served as an advisory member for STEM Academy at Stony Point High School in Round Rock. I have volunteered as a Science fair judge for Harmony School of Science in Austin in 2011. I had volunteered in Graham Elementary School's Community Garden Project, Girl Scout, and in children's Sunday School teacher from 2007-present.