Undergraduate Departmental Representatives
UDRs serve as student representatives of the Computer Science department, organize events for undergraduate computer science students and provide feedback to faculty and staff. They are also available to provide information to both current and prospective undergraduate students.
We're excited to announce three new undergrad department representatives for COSI! Jason Fan has graduated (and will miss the COSI community), but feel free to reach out to him for alumni help or other questions! Yalda Mauj ('23) will be departing after this semester as well. We have a lot planned for this year, and we'll be hosting the first department event very soon.
Meet the 2023- 24 UDRs
Sydney Cohen is a sophomore double majoring in computer science (CS) and environmental studies. At Brandeis, she has worked as a CS teaching assistant for COSI 12B and a research assistant studying the international conservation of migratory species. Sydney is part of Students for Environmental Action as an event coordinator, and she is interested in using computing to support climate solutions and infrastructure. In her free time, she enjoys running and the outdoors. Feel free to reach out to Sydney for questions about the major, department or CS in general.
Gianna Everette is a sophomore majoring in computer science and minoring in physics. At Brandeis, she has worked in the Van Hooser Neuroscience Laboratory and is the treasurer for Brandeis Encourages Women in Science and Engineering (BEWISE). Gianna is interested in the blend between technology and medicine, looking towards artificial intelligence and machine learning to leverage biomedical practices. Her favorite app to use is Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, and in her free time, enjoys knitting and cooking. Feel free to reach out to Gianna for questions about the major, department or CS in general.
Jimkelly is a junior double majoring in computer science and business. At Brandeis, Jimkelly is a part of the Brandeis tennis club as a treasurer and works as a junior system administrator. In his free time, Jimkelly likes learning about fintech and artificial intelligence and watch comedy shows. Feel free to reach out Jimkelly for questions about the major, department or computer science in general.
Gabrielle Pile is a junior, majoring in computer science and minoring in African and African American studies. At Brandeis, she works as a prevention advocacy and resource as a violence prevention educator, and peer advocate. She also serves as the publicity coordinator for the Brandeis Black Student Organization. Gabrielle is interested in the intersections of computer science and social justice. In her free time, Gabrielle loves to create clothing, listen to music and spend time with friends. Feel free to reach out to Gabrielle for questions about the major, department or computer science in general.