Minerva adopts a project-based, interdisciplinary, self-directed approach to liberal arts education, and thus I have explored a diverse range of topics during undergraduate studies, from evolutionary biology to developmental economics, which have significantly expanded my ways of thinking.
Here are some of my favorite topics in 2016-2017.
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This paper presents a predictive multivariable logistic model for UN peacebuilding success, using validation set approach.
This paper compares and contrasts the Copenhagen and the many-worlds interpretations of quantum mechanics from various angles.
This paper investigates the latitudinal gradients in species diversity and provides a full research design including a new statistical approach.
This project involves conducting an interview with a local company in Berlin to learn about their problem, and presenting a data-driven solution in a decision memo.
In this assignment, I reviewed past studies and formulated a novel hypothesis on the influence of topological distribution of initial cooperators on trait fixation.