ESP Biography


Major: 10

College/Employer: MIT

Year of Graduation: 2023

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Past Classes

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S15565: Learn about everything from sustainable design to edible chemistry with MIT Spokes! in Spark 2023 (Mar. 18 - 19, 2023)
This summer, MIT Spokes, consisting of 8 MIT students, will be biking across the country, from DC to SF, and teaching STEM workshops along the way! Over the course of 80 days, our team will bike over 3,800 miles and host Learning Festivals in small towns. Come learn more about our journey, and check out our workshops to learn about polymers, edible chemistry, energy, rapid prototyping, and more!

A15288: Embroidery Basics in Splash 2022 (Nov. 19 - 20, 2022)
Ready to relax between learning python and particle physics? Come learn some basic embroidery stitches and then make a fun momento to remember your time at SPLASH MIT.

X15092: The Art of Cryptography in HSSP Summer 2022 (Jul. 09, 2022)
Do you want to learn how to encode and decode secret messages? Are you interested in the history of cryptography and modern developments in cybersecurity and computer science? Join us in the Art of Cryptography for a fast-paced, activity driven class where you'll learn about the field of cryptography and get a chance to compete with your classmates for the title of master codebreaker (prizes included!).

Z14859: Avalon in Splash 2021 (Nov. 20 - 21, 2021)
Come Learn the most superior social deduction game known to all mankind- Avalon. Play either as a loyal servant of Arthur or as an evil minion of mordred. Meet new people, learn how to trick your friends, and walk away with life skillz

H14642: Russian Language for Beginners in HSSP Summer 2021 (Jul. 10 - 31, 2021)
Learn how to read, write, and speak in Russian where you will go from a complete beginner to having elementary conversations and recognizing key words and phrases in everyday life. Impress your friends! We will also explore Russian culture, geography, history, and travel. This class is extra special because you will learn about everyday Russian life from a current MIT student living in Russia!