Our guest speaker program opens students to a world of ideas in research and application.
We supplement our core curriculum with workshops and talks from guests.
Last year, speakers came from a variety of backgrounds. Among them were Wendy Cho, who talked about using a supercomputer to understand electoral maps and the redistricting process; Chris Urmson, who spoke about lessons from leading Google's self-driving car initiative; and Tadashi Tokieda, who showed us that a simple paperclip and a few rubber bands can make surprising linkages.
These school-wide workshops and talks complement our public events.