Undergraduate Departmental Representatives

2021-2022 Academic Year

Nicole Meng
Nicole Meng
Undergraduate Departmental Representative

Nicole is a junior triple majoring in Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, and Economics. Nicole also has served in the computer science department as a teaching assistant and currently she is a research assistant in the machine learning lab at Brandeis and an international orientation leader. She loves to share her passion in Math and the STEM field in general with peers. In her free time, she likes playing instruments, cooking, and fashion. Send her an email if you have any questions, suggestion, and concerns about the math department or if you just want to chat about life!

Lucca Raabe
Lucca Raabe
Undergraduate Departmental Representative

My name is Lucca Raabe, I’m a junior studying pure Math and Sociology! I am also minoring in Hispanic Studies and Social Justice Social Policy. I have always loved math because of how it makes me think. My particular interests lie currently in topology and combinatorics, but I love the ability to explore many areas of math here at Brandeis! Beyond the major, I am interested in math teaching strategies and how to integrate culturally responsive pedagogy into mathematics education. In my free time I love to do puzzles, take care of my plants, and study and collect minerals! My goal for the Math department is to create new ways to build community and work on improving student retention within the major. I would love to hear your ideas about ways the department can better support you. Come to me with your favorite math problem or brain teaser, questions about the major, or anything else that’s on your mind! I hope to be an advocate for all math students within both the Department and the University as a whole, to improve student experience. Email me to find a time to chat via zoom or in person!