ESP Biography


Major: Economics

College/Employer: Stanford University

Year of Graduation: 2010

Picture of Jasmin Shun-Fen  Yu

Brief Biographical Sketch:

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Past Classes

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S529: BizG: Introduction to Financial Analyses in Splash! Fall 2009 (Oct. 10 - 11, 2009)
BizG 1.0-Finance For students who are interested in business / finance / accounting / investment, this is a basic introductory class for you to explore the tools and course works in these fields before you consider the career track. In this class we will cover principles of financial analyses and some of the great learning tools, such as the Wall Street Journal. The class is most suitable for high school students with NO background in financial analyses. At least 3 FREE copies of the Wall Street Journal will be distributed and used for the purpose of this class. You will enjoy this class if you are interested in learning **practical** and technical business skills, and the business career track.

S635: "Biz-Game" (for Gr7 & 8) in Splash! Fall 2009 (Oct. 10 - 11, 2009)
BizG 1.0- Business for 8th graders and below Note: This is an interactive session. Students are encouraged to actively participate to get the most out of the session, but it is OK to observe silently. This is a business game / case workshop designed to help 7th & 8th graders who are interested in general business to start think about business problems, issues in a logical, analytical manner. The format will be interactive and informal. I will introduce a few simple frameworks and then introduce a couple of business problems, walk the students through thinking exercises. This is a modified version of the course I taught last spring: Introduction to Basic Finance and Financial Accounting. Of the 60 students who attended the class, two thirds had yet to attend high school, but this group of curious and intelligent students really impressed me and gave me the best Splash experience. This class is now tailored to non-high school students with less math but more interactive brain exercises.