Margalit Glasgow


I'm Margalit, a second year PhD student in the Stanford Computer Science department. I am very fortunate to be advised by Mary Wootters. I'm broadly interested in theoretical computer science, theoretical machine learning, and social choice theory. I am grateful to be supported by the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.

Before coming to Stanford, I studied Math with Computer Science (18C) at MIT. There, I was lucky to work with Henry Cohn in the math department, and in Silvia Rouskin's biology lab at the Whitehead Institute, where I worked on RNA structure.

Some of my favorite things to do are hike, bike and teach (and sometimes both at the same time!).

Here is a link to my apartment's website.

“Now I think it’s one of the most useless questions an adult can ask a child—What do you want to be when you grow up? As if growing up is finite. As if at some point you become something and that’s the end.”- Becoming, Michelle Obama