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ESP Biography



MIA DIVECHA, ESP Teacher




Major: Chemical Engineering

College/Employer: Stanford

Year of Graduation: 2013

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Past Classes

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H2073: Taste our Sweet World in Splash! Spring 2012
Experience the vast and interesting cultures of our world through the sweet taste of sugar. From the sweet-gooey gulab jamun of India, to the richness of Brazilian brigadeiro; we will be exploring the cultures and histories of various parts of this sweet world. Come to hear the differences, but taste the similarities of our world. We promise you'll leave with a sweet taste in your mouth.


V1786: World Beats: Exploring the World Through Music in Splash! Fall 2011
India, Vietnam, Korea, Cuba, Ukraine... countries from around the world have this one thing in common: love for music. Come to learn, understand, and appreciate the history behind world music, what political revolutions led to current day music, or how music affected political/social change. Leave with a new outlook on world music and your own individually designed mix CD!


L1362: Think for Yourself in Splash! Spring 2011
The newspaper says one thing, your parents say another, and your friends something else. How do you determine what you really think about an issue? Decipher facts from biases, decode analysis, and come to your own conclusion using different analytical techniques. Come explore the depths of your own mind!


L1379: Think for yourself in Splash! Spring 2011
The newspaper says one thing, your parents say another, and your friends something else. How do you determine what you really think about an issue? Decipher facts from biases, decode analysis, and come to your own conclusion using different analytical techniques. Come explore the depths of your own mind!