Undergraduate CS Council
About the CS Council:
The COS Council is a small group of undergraduate students who serve as liaisons between the Computer Science Department and the student body. We work closely with department faculty and staff to improve the experience for undergraduates in the department, namely by building community among concentrators and certificate students, supporting the academic and professional interests of students, and facilitating communication between students and faculty.
CS Council 2021 Academic Expo Flyer
Our mission is to represent the voices of the Computer Science undergraduates to the University in order to enhance the experience of students in the department.
Visit our website www.princetoncoscouncil.com for the latest events and news. Please contact us at email@example.com.
Sophie Li – Co-President
I'm from California and am COS BSE '23. I enjoy illustration, design, and creative writing in my free time. I am excited to be on the COS council this year! Please feel free to reach out to me.
Morgan Teman – Co-President
Morgan is a member of the class of 2023 from Delray Beach, FL, and is super excited to serve as one of your Workshop Chairs! Outside of the COS Council, Morgan is an Orange Key Tour Guide, a member of Shere Khan A Cappella, a writer for All-Nighter, an actor in l’Avant-Scène, a team member of IgniteSTEM, and is a Lab TA for COS 126. When she isn’t participating in one of these clubs, she is probably watching “How I Met Your Mother,” the greatest TV show of all time.