Swetha Varadarajan earned her Ph. D in Computer Science from Colorado State University (CSU). She is currently working as a Research Associate with Dr. Lumina Albert and the CSU Center for Ethics and Human Rights (CEHuR). Her research expertise lies in the fields of high-performance computing and evolutionary computation.
She has been recognized as an outstanding leader at Colorado State University and had served in a variety of leadership roles around campus. Before joining CEHuR, she served as the graduate assistant and student mentor for the Multicultural Undergraduate Research Art and Leadership Symposium (MURALS), an undergraduate research symposium that intentionally reaches out to students of color in various disciplines to expose them to a variety of research opportunities. Dr. Varadarajan is passionate about equity, justice, and inclusive excellence, and enjoys using her education, activism, and expertise to support social transformation and human rights work locally, nationally, and globally.
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