ESP Biography



EMILY SATTERFIELD, ESP Teacher




Major: Mechanical Engineering

College/Employer: MIT

Year of Graduation: 2022

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Past Classes

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X13512: Building the Future: Entrepreneurship 101 in Splash 2019 (Nov. 23 - 24, 2019)
Do you have an idea that will change the world? Are you interested in the #startup life? Are you interested in learning how small teams can have a big impact? Come join the MIT Sustainable Energy Alliance as we pull from our experiences to learn how you can apply entrepreneurial techniques to solve large problems effectively. We'll divide our time between short entrepreneurial lectures, followed by a mentored, fast-paced, team pitch competition with real-world case studies! Planned lectures: 1. "Fine, I'll do it myself.": Getting started, decision-making 101, including SWOT analysis, Pugh charts, design evolution 2. "Organization is Inevitable": How to keep on track to meet your goals, including Scrum, OKRs, and other frameworks 3. 'Reality is Often Disappointing': How to overcome typical challenges, introduction of 'definite optimism' thinking.


L12435: Latin: A Dead Language? in Splash 2018 (Nov. 17 - 18, 2018)
Salvete, discipuli! Do you often hear that "Latin is a dead language"? Well I disagree! Latin is still very much alive and a part of everyday life! Come explore how the Latin language, myths, and culture still influence us today. As my Latin teacher used to say, Latin is immortal!