Jennah Gosciak

(2024) Summer Graduate Student Fellow

Jennah Gosciak is a Ph.D. student in Information Science at Cornell University.  She studies the societal impact of computational tools across multiple domains, with the goals of advancing equity and informing policy. Her work lies at the intersection of causal inference, computational social science, and algorithmic fairness. Prior to starting the Ph.D., Jennah received a Masters in Urban Planning from New York University as a Henry Hart Rice fellow and was a 2022 Data Science for Social Good fellow at Carnegie Mellon University. She completed her B.A. in Applied Math and Urban Studies from Brown University in 2019.