Zoe Hsu is a sophomore at Yale College studying Computer Science and Ethnicity, Race, and Migration. She serves as the youngest Yale Undergraduate Student Body Vice President on the Yale College Council. She will also serve as a Dwight Hall Urban Fellow to support formerly incarcerated individuals in New Haven. In the summer of 2021, Zoe is conducting research in the Yale Interactive Machines group, where she studies human-agent interaction. She plans to continue her work in the lab as a research assistant during the fall. Zoe hopes to utilize computer science to support marginalized and FGLI communities and is thinking about attending law school in the future.
High school: Temple City High School
Yale CollegeNew Haven, CT
|2024||B.S. Computer Science|
News and Highlights
Campus Leader: The Yale College community recently elected Zoe Hsu, MS '20, as the next Yale College Council (YCC) Vice President. YCC is Yale's student government. Zoe and her running mate campaigned on a platform of "building a healthier Yale" and continuing the fight for equitable change. Congratulations, Zoe! We are excited to see you continue your powerful and needed advocacy in this new position!