ESP Biography



KYLE LI, Math major TA-ing for Public Health!




Major: Math w/ a Teaching Concentration

College/Employer: UC Berkeley

Year of Graduation: 2017

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

UC Berkeley senior, future high school teacher, loves public health just as much as math! :)



Past Classes

  (Look at the class archive for more.)


How to prove you're right in math in Splash Fall 2016
Ever wondered how you can prove beyond a doubt that you are correct? What does it mean to be logical? A mathematical proof is an argument which convinces other people that something is true using logic. In this class, you will use your basic math skills to learn how to argue logically, and see the beauty in mathematics. You will actually experience what mathematics is actually about! (hint: it's not about boring calculations! :) )


How to prove you're right in math in Splash Spring 16
Ever wondered how you can prove beyond a doubt that you are correct? What does it mean to be logical? A mathematical proof is an argument which convinces other people that something is true using logic. In this class, you will use your basic math skills to learn how to argue logically, and see the beauty in mathematics. You will actually experience what mathematics is actually about! (hint: it's not about boring calculations! :) )


Sex, Drugs, and Harm Reduction: Public Health in Splash Fall 15
Learn about what public health is, and how it affects you in an activities based class! This course is aimed at introducing students to the benefits of public health in alignment with conventional medical practices. Students will not need to have any prior knowledge on science or health courses. All instruction and activities will be presented in an introductory and exploratory manner. Additionally, as a case study, we will see how harm reduction affects drug usage and sexual education across the US! Prepare to have your preconceptions debunked, and your minds enlightened!


Sex, Drugs, and Harm Reduction: Public Health in Splash Spring 15
Learn about what public health is, and how it affects you in an activities based class! This course is aimed at introducing students to the benefits of public health in alignment with conventional medical practices. Students will not need to have any prior knowledge on science or health courses. All instruction and activities will be presented in an introductory and exploratory manner. Additionally, as a case study, we will see how harm reduction affects drug usage and sexual education across the US! Prepare to have your preconceptions debunked, and your minds enlightened!