I am a first-year PhD student in Psychology at Stanford University, advised by Tobi Gerstenberg in the Causality in Cognition Lab and supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. I received my BS degrees (virtually!) from MIT studying math, computer science, and cognitive science. At MIT, I also worked in the CoCoSci group with Max Kleiman-Weiner and Josh Tenenbaum.

My research interests are in computational modeling of social cognition, including aspects of social learning, inference, and judgement. Outside of science, I like boba, running, music, and design.

You can email me at sarahawu [at] stanford.edu.