Prof. Neha Gondal Named 2015 Hariri Institute Junior Faculty Fellow

NehaProfessor Neha Gondal has been named a 2015 Hariri Instiute Junior Faculty Fellow. Recognizing “outstanding junior faculty at Boston University working in diverse areas of computing and the computational sciences,” the Hariri Institute Fellows Program “helps connect like-minded researchers at BU and beyond, […] providing a focal point for supporting broader collaborative research.”

In an e-mail announcing the 2015 Fellows, Founding Director Azer Bestavros described the research profile of this year’s cohort as underscoring “the extent to which computational and data-driven approaches are fundamentally changing a growing number of disciplines and the fact that computing is emerging as the lingua franca for interdisciplinary research.” One of six fellows selected by the Institute’s Steering Committee for a three-year appointment, Dr. Gondal was recognized for her work using “quantitative and mathematical techniques to study culture and stratification through the lens of social networks.”

Congratulations, Neha!

Read the full announcement and learn more about the Junior Faculty Fellows Program on the Hariri Institute’s website.