ESP Biography

KATE SCOTT, MIT 2018, Art Enthusiast

Major: Material Science and Engineering

College/Employer: MIT

Year of Graduation: 2018

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

I'm from outside of Chicago. I love the classics, art history, and traveling. I also love chemistry and material science. I'm majoring in Course 3 (Material Science) at MIT. My dream once I finish my first career is to go to Wisconsin and open a hot chocolate shop/art gallery.

Past Classes

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E10473: Material Science and Engineering? What's that? WOW in Spark 2016 (Mar. 12 - 13, 2016)
If you read the title of this course and didn't know what was going on, maybe you figured it's just some MIT voodoo, or maybe you're already a material science lover. Either way this course is for YOU! Come learn about what the heck material science is from a real life person that dedicated her 4 years at MIT to learning about it. Also we will talk about the epic mind control and nature manipulation that goes on in material science labs right here at MIT! Oh and we may have some cool material take homes for you all!

H9371: Warm Beverages and Art History in Spark 2015 (Mar. 14 - 15, 2015)
Come grab a cup of some hot chocolate or tea and talk about art. It's what all the hipster high schoolers are doing. Seriously, from van Gogh chopping off his own ear to some Da Vinci conspiracies, come learn some crazy art stories and discuss some of the most famous pieces of art in history. Cookies will be given based on participation.

X8767: Classical Art, Legends, and Playdough in Splash 2014 (Nov. 22 - 23, 2014)
Come look at some art, learn some mythology, and put your new knowledge to use in a classical impromptu art project.

X8769: Trivia-quiz-obstacle-relay Bowl in Splash 2014 (Nov. 22 - 23, 2014)
Put your trivia knowledge and agility to the test. We have a whole new take on the classic quiz bowl. With weirder questions, physical challenges, and a team behind you to carry you across the finish (literally).