Meet the 2019- 2020 Board
Maggie Zheng is a senior majoring in Mathematics and minoring in Statistics and Data Science. She is a Co-President of PUMS. On campus, she is heavily involved in student government, the Spice Collective, Wharton Analytics Fellows, and a member of Zeta Tau Alpha. She has completed internships at Facebook (Data Science Intern), Wellington Management (Investment Science Intern), and AI Startup Markov Corporation (Data Analyst Intern).
Pranav Trivedi is a senior in the College of Arts and Science majoring in Mathematics and Computer Science. He is a Co-President of PUMS and also on the board of Penn Cubing. Additionally, Pranav is a TA in the math department. He is interested in attending graduate school for a PhD in pure mathematics and is currently submatriculating in Math and Computer Science and conducting research in noncommutative algebra.
Ben Foster is a senior majoring in Mathematics and minoring in Hispanic Studies. He is the chairperson of PUMS. He also works as a TA for the math department. He is involved in Penn Latin and Ballroom Dance and Penn Flutes in his free time. He is interested in attending graduate school for pure mathematics. He is submatriculating in math and is conducting research that integrates Fourier analysis, partial differential equations, and geometry.
Aaron Yu is a junior pursuing a dual degree in math and finance. His interest includes statistics, macroeconomic policies and financial markets. Over the summer, he’s been working in the asset management industry in China.
Adam Zheleznyak is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences studying Mathematics. Aside from being on PUMS Board, he is a TA for CIS 261, is in University Scholars program, and is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha. For the future, he plans to go to graduate school.
Sam Rosenberg is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences majoring in Mathematics and minoring in Statistics and Data Science. Outside of PUMS, he is involved in the Benjamin Franklin Scholars program and is the academic chair for Tau Epsilon Phi. He has performed several Statistics research projects at the University of Maryland. Sam is interested in attending graduate school for Mathematics.
The application for a freshman liaison position is now available here! We open applications for new board members at the end of the spring semester. If you're interested in becoming a board member, please introduce yourself to current board members at events and sign up for our listserv.