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Splash Biography

JESSICA LI, Princeton junior studying chemistry

Major: Chemistry

College/Employer: Princeton

Year of Graduation: 2018

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

I am an avid writer and an aspiring health professional. I've worked with multiple media organizations - national and local- as well as community-based clinics that offer reproductive health services and deliver HIV/AIDS diagnosis and treatment.

Past Classes

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S474: Re-thinking HIV in Splash Spring 2017 (Apr. 29, 2017)
Did you know that existing antiretroviral drugs against HIV can effectively render the virus undetectable in a person's body and extend a person's lifespan beyond that of a HIV-negative individual? Does the word HIV still trigger a sense of fear in you? This class examines the successes and setbacks in public health efforts in the wake of AIDS epidemic. We will learn how science, politics, culture, and the influence of media shaped the campaign to end (or to not end) AIDS.

E383: Building Computers in Splash Spring 16 (Apr. 30, 2016)
This course is about the practicals of assembling your own desktop computer, with components that you can purchase off popular retailers like Amazon or Newegg. We will go over the essential components of a desktop computer, including the motherboard, power supply, RAM, CPU, storage elements, and the case; we will then delve into how to select components that fit your budget and your requirements, including interfaces such and trade-offs between different variations of components. The presentation is technical, but students of any age can understand how to build computers - I built my first when I was 13.