ESP Biography

JANNA HUANG, Stanford student in Computer Science/Sociology

Major: Computer Science

College/Employer: Stanford

Year of Graduation: 2018

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

Janna Zou Huang is a student at Stanford University pursuing an undergraduate degree in Computer Science and a masters in Sociology. She is primarily interested in the interplay between digital technology, the environment, and human values/consciousness, and her work has spanned the mediums of photography, immersive art, and computer music. She is also currently an assistant at the David Rumsey Map Center, where she deepens her love for and knowledge about maps, and a farmer at the Educational Farm, where she ushers natural media out of the earth.

Past Classes

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R6499: The Principles and Practices of Sustainable Agriculture in Splash Spring 2018 (May. 05 - 06, 2018)
This class will teach students about sustainable agriculture on the O’Donahue Family Stanford Educational Farm. Students will get a taste of the fascinating science behind mulching, compost, cover crops, and other aspects of the organic farming operation there. Mainly, though, students will be learning what it’s like to implement these ideas and techniques. Students should be ready to get their hands dirty and may not want to wear white clothes, but it is not expected that students will be doing particularly difficult or dirty work. With such a beautiful venue and interesting lesson, students to have a great time learning about something that urban culture typically lacks.