Splash Biography
SEAN WANG, ESP Teacher
Major: Math + Computer Science College/Employer: Cornell Year of Graduation: 2024 

Brief Biographical Sketch:
Not Available. Past Classes(Clicking a class title will bring you to the course's section of the corresponding course catalog)M815: Mathematical Puzzles and Paradoxes in Splash Spring 2023 (Apr. 29, 2023)
Have you ever wondered how math can be useful in the real world, if at all? Do you wonder if there is more to math than just equations and formulas? Are you simply curious about interesting math problems?
This course will answer those questions and more. Through interactive problemsolving and activities, students will be exposed to a wide range of topics in math in an easytofollow format. Students will learn how math can be used to solve complex, realworld problems and be exposed to some mindbending paradoxes.
While the goal of this course is to give students a taste of what mathematics can be like beyond high school, no advanced math background is required. This course aims to provide students with a new perspective on math, so students of all backgrounds, from those who absolutely hate math, to those who are interested in majoring in mathematics, are encouraged to register.
M767: Mathematical Puzzles and Paradoxes in Splash Fall 2022 (Nov. 12, 2022)
Have you ever wondered how math can be useful in the real world, if at all? Do you wonder if there is more to math than just equations and formulas? Are you simply curious about interesting math problems?
This course will answer those questions and more. Through interactive problemsolving and activities, students will be exposed to a wide range of topics in math in an easytofollow format. Students will learn how math can be used to solve complex, realworld problems and be exposed to some mindbending paradoxes.
While the goal of this course is to give students a taste of mathematics beyond high school, no advanced math background is required. This course aims to provide students with a new perspective on math, so students of all backgrounds, from those who absolutely hate math, to those who are interested in majoring in mathematics, are encouraged to register.
