On Oct 14, East and West Learning Connections will host a dialogue with Faith and Christina, two college students whose experiences cross arts and sciences as their interests blend or co-exist. What is their actual experience pursuing their passions in diverse fields? What could it mean for younger students who are now looking for their own direction? Join us to hear and share.
English dialogue with simultaneous interpreting in Chinese on Zoom.
Open for free to the public. Everyone is welcome!
Faith double majors in mechanical engineering and violin, exploring the worlds of both technology and technique. Through diverse experiences of conducting dark matter research, propelling industrial sustainability, and collaborating with world-class musicians, Faith combines the adaptability of the arts with a foundation in engineering to foster meaningful innovation.
From winning international technology hackathons to being a UI/UX designer at StartPlaying Games (a Y-combinator company) and debating for five years, Christina has learned the value of interdisciplinary thinking in problem-solving. Her topic will discuss how art can make complex scientific knowledge accessible to audiences who are alienated by age, the difficulty of the topic, illiteracy, and culture. Art acts as a bridge to inclusive, equitable technology.
Time: Friday, October 14, 2022, at 7-8 P.M. EST (6-7 P.M. CDT)
Zoom registration link:
Space is limited. First registered, first served.
Zoom will be open 20 minutes before the start time. The official program will start at exactly 7:00 PM. Please kindly come early if you need to learn how to enter a separate room for simultaneous interpretation in Chinese.
For inquiries, please contact email@example.com. Thanks!
Faith Fang 今年大四，学习机械工程与小提琴演奏双专业。大学期间，
Christina Wang 曾在国际技术骇客马拉松大赛中获奖，后在 StartPlaying Games(一家 Y-combinator 公司)任用户界面设计师。她也有多达五年的辩论经验。Chris