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.
Meet the 2020-21 UDRs
Jason Fan is a sophomore double majoring in Computer Science and Business. During summer 2020, he interned at Healthedge Software on the application support team. At Brandeis, Jason is a part of the BITMAP club and was also a teaching assistant for Professor Hickey's COSI-12b during Spring of 2020. In his free time, Jason likes to work on various personal coding projects or read up on the latest tech. Feel free to reach out to Jason for questions about the major, department or CS in general.
Yalda Mauj is a junior, double majoring in Computer Science and Economics. At Brandeis, she has worked as Teaching Assistant in the Computer Science department, and as a Scheduling Supervisor for the Shapiro Campus Center Team. Yalda likes to work on independent projects and research in various areas. She has worked on web development projects in and outside of class. She also likes working on short projects and practicing new programming languages. In her free time, Yalda really likes watching movies, traveling and exploring new restaurants. Feel free to reach out to Yalda for questions about the major, department or CS in general.
Danny Phan is a senior double majoring in Computer Science and Economics. He is interested in the intersection between technology and finance, as well as technology for good. He has done various software engineer internships in South East Asia. In the summer of 2021, he also worked as a software engineer intern at Salesforce. At Brandeis, he enjoys being actively involved in the Computer Science department by being a Teaching Assistant for various courses and working on the Brandeis Skunkworks Initiative organization. He was a Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Problem Solving in Python (COSI 10A), Discrete Structures (COSI 29A), and Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (COSI 121B). He also enjoys working on personal programming projects to enhance his skillset. Feel free to reach out to Danny for any questions about the department and the major!
Gisel is a senior double majoring in Computer Science and Business. She is interested in technology and business innovation. During summer of 2021, she interned with Fidelity Investments on the Real Estate research team. At Brandeis, she worked as a teaching assistant for computer science and business courses, was a student IT consultant, as well as participated in the Student Union as the MKTYP Senator. On her free time, she loves to exercise and eat! Feel free to reach out to Gisel with any questions about the Computer Science department or major in general.