Hirsh Guha

Lawrence, KS, Computer Science
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Hirsh Guha (he/him/his) is a sophomore from Lawrence, Kansas, studying computer science. In addition to his studies, Hirsh is currently conducting research in Data Science for the Dean of Engineering, Dr. Arvin Agah. He works for a local software firm, developing health science software. While in high school, Hirsh qualified for nationals 3 times in the Forensics events Duo, Informative Speech, and Poetry. Hirsh is also the president and founder of the KU bridge club, and an active member in the Indian Cultural Associations, Pratichi and the Kansas City Bengali Association(KCBA). He tutors in Math, Engineering, Physics, and English. In his free time, he loves smashing it at table tennis and the drums, or relaxing by playing the piano and violin. He enjoys playing with his dog, working out, and at one point was a world-ranked Tetris player(number 7!).

Ask me about: Programming, undergraduate research, table tennis, bridge, data science, founding clubs, tutoring, gaming, debate, forensics.


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