Student input plays a vital part in helping the Schwarzman College of Computing execute its disciplinary mission in computer science and AI as well as its cross-cutting vision for facilitating computing collaborations in education and research across MIT. The Undergraduate Advisory Group provides ongoing feedback to college leadership, including helping guide decisions about the undergraduate experience.

The Undergraduate Advisory Group is comprised of a cross-section of students from a range of backgrounds, in traditional and blended majors in electrical engineering and computer science and other computing-related programs. The group meets monthly during the fall and spring terms.

Members can access materials on the group’s wiki.

Membership

Nikasha Patel, Co-chair

Computation and Cognition MEng

Annie Snyder, Co-chair

Mathematical Economics ’23

Caroline Bao

Computer Science and Molecular Biology ’23

Gabriel Barrett

Urban Science and Planning with Computer Science ’23

Peter Berggren

Computer Science, Economics, and Data Science ’25

Julia Camacho

Urban Science and Planning with Computer Science ’25

Matthew Caren

Computer Science and Engineering/Music and Theater Arts ’25

Curtis Chen

Linguistics and Philosophy ’23

Kristina Chen

Computer Science, Economics, and Data Science ’23

Karen Chung

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science ’24

Thelonious Cooper

Electrical Science and Engineering ’25

Amelia Dogan

Urban Science and Planning with Computer Science ’23

Lilly Edwards

Computer Science and Molecular Biology ’23

Kathleen Esfahany

Computation and Cognition ’23

Shinjini Ghosh

Computer Science and Engineering MEng

Michelle He

Computer Science and Engineering ’23

Subhash Kantamneni

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science/Physics ’24

Anna Meurer

Mechanical Engineering ’23

Nickie Mpofu

Mechanical Engineering ’24

Karyn Nakamura

Art and Design ’24

Trudy Painter

Comparative Media Studies/Computer Science and Engineering ’23

Phoebe Shi

Computer Science and Engineering/Political Science ’23

Sarah Wertheimer

Computer Science, Economics, and Data Science MEng

Faculty & Administration

  • Dan Huttenlocher, Dean
  • Asu Ozdaglar, Deputy Dean for Academics
  • Denny Freeman, Education Officer, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Katrina LaCurts, Undergraduate Officer, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Jen Donath, Program Manager