Harvard Undergraduate Women in Computer Science is a group of Harvard-affiliated women dedicated to:
- Building a network of women in computer science across schools and industries
- Creating awareness of and building opportunities for women in the technical fields
- Promoting the importance of a technical education for girls
Meet The Board
The part of CS that Anne loves most is problem solving. She enjoys problem solving within CS (e.g. what’s the optimal way to find the greatest integer in this data structure?) and problem solving that can be done using CS (e.g. how best do we use technology to improve healthcare?). She also enjoys eating anything sweet and watching reality TV.
annemadoff -at- college -dot- harvard -dot- edu
Things Jenny loves: computer science, robots, psychology, Bach, moose, and the color yellow!
jennyliu -at- college -dot- harvard -dot- edu
Hannah became interested in studying computer science while working on simulation-based research on the growth patterns of slime mold. She has since decided to concentrate in computer science and has dedicated herself to teaching younger students how to program.
hannahblumberg -at- college -dot- harvard -dot- edu
amyin -at- college -dot- harvard -dot- edu
JN is a sophomore in Quincy house. She is interested in the applications of computer science in improving the health sector and in revamping education. She is also a big fan of guacamole, How I Met Your Mother, and naps.
jfang -at- college -dot- harvard -dot- edu
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Anastasiya is a junior in Dunster House interested in the intersection of computer science and economics. She enjoys drinking coffee, writing short stories, and working on innovative projects.
anastasiyaborys -at- college -dot- harvard -dot- edu
Leila is a junior concentrating in Applied Mathematics. She is committed to bridging the communication divide that exists in the technology and business worlds between computer scientists and other professionals. Her academic, extracurricular, and work experiences have revealed how important it is to build synergies among different specializations in order to get the utmost from commercialization of new ideas and innovations. She is also committed to supporting female students in more technical fields.
leilaislam -at- college -dot- harvard -dot- edu
Angela is a senior in Eliot House. She is interested in artificial intelligence, computational linguistics, and human-computer interaction. She also loves green tea ice cream and reading the IKEA catalog in her spare time.
angelali -at- college -dot- harvard -dot- edu
Hailing from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Emily is a junior in Kirkland House studying computer science and neurobiology. She is interested in theory of computation and artificial intelligence and more specifically, natural language processing and connectomics. She is a fan of trail running, ultimate frisbee, Boston Terriers, and listening to music.
emilylawton -at- college -dot- harvard -dot- edu
Ramya is a sophomore in Currier interested in concentrating in CS. Computer science appeals to her because it gives one person the power to impact many in fields as diverse as health, tech, and education. In her free time you might find her fooling around on the piano, playing cards, or enjoying a good chai latte.
ramyarangan -at- college -dot- harvard -dot- edu
Tenzin is a sophomore in Currier house. She is interested in computational finance. Besides learning different programming languages, she also enjoys playing the viola, photography, and bubble tea.
tenzinmoenky -at- college -dot- harvard -dot- edu