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Parth Gupta

Parth Gupta is a senior at UT Austin studying Computational Engineering and Plan II Honors with a minor in Government. During his time at UT Austin, he has fostered an interest in public policy and national security, particularly related to intelligence and cyber security. His professional experiences have furthered his fascination with these subjects. From 2018-2019, Parth was an Undergraduate Fellow with the Clements Center for National Security. He has previously interned with a congressional campaign and a Texas state representative. During the Spring 2020 semester, Parth will participate in the Archer Fellowship in Washington, D.C. Beyond national security, Parth has enjoyed a breadth of experiences through UT Austin. During his sophomore year, he participated in Projects with Underserved Communities, helping build a kitchen for a community garden in Jocotenango, Guatemala. As a recipient of the inaugural President’s Award for Global Learning, Parth traveled to Tbilisi, Georgia in Summer 2019 to conduct maternal healthcare research. He has been involved with Texas Rotaract, the Society of Plan II Engineers, Camp Texas, and the Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) Camp. Post-graduation, Parth hopes to pursue a career in government and national security. Originally from Temple, TX, Parth enjoys playing the cello, swimming, and biking.