CPS Lectures


About the CPS Lectures Team

Kelvin Chen was invited to join CPS Lectures as a 2013 summer associate after he completed his first year at Amherst College. A native of Massachusetts, he graduated from Wellesley High School, Wellesley, Massachusetts, where he achieved notable academic successes in both chemistry and math. The founder of his high school's squash program, Kelvin is an accomplished squash player and volunteered as a coach at Kidsquash in Cambridge, Massachusetts. At Amherst, Kelvin's professional interests include medical anthropology and evolutionary biology. Academics and squash aside, Kelvin is fond of Hans Zimmer music, anything written by Malcolm Gladwell, and prefers tea over coffee. He is grateful to be part of CPS Lectures and is excited to contribute to an organization that benefits such a diverse community.

Amy (Shu Ting) Liang was invited to join CPS lecture as a Dartmouth Fellow in Winter 2016 during her junior at Dartmouth College, where she majors in biomedical engineering. She is a James O. Freedman Presidential Scholar, a Rufus Choate Academic Scholar, Professor and Mrs. John E. Richards Memorial Fund Scholar, and Cancer Scholar. Passionate about innovation and medicine, she works on intraoperatively detecting prostate cancer margins as a research assistant at the Thayer School of Engineering and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. She builds and characterizes EIT probes compatible with the da Vinci robot, and presented her findings at conferences, including Harvard Medical School’s New England Science Symposium. She is a dedicated EMT with Dartmouth EMS, residential advisor, co-coordinator of NSS executive board, and undergraduate leader for Sununu, dancer with the Dartmouth Dance Ensemble, and co-president of the Chinese Dance Troupe. Passionate about healthcare access, she is involved in the RICE trip to Vietnam. In her free time, she enjoys singing, dancing, hiking, travelling, and cooking. 

Amy is so honored and excited to be a part of this team and enjoys working as the Community Manager for CPS lectures.

Kathryn Warshaw was invited to join the CPS Lectures team as an associate for the summer of 2013. She graduated from Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, California, where she distinguished herself athletically as Varsity volleyball team captain, academically as an AP Scholar and National Honor Society member, and musically as president of the choral society.

As an incoming sophomore at Amherst College in Massachusetts, Kathryn is focusing her studies in History, particularly 19th and 20th century US History and in Architectural Studies, specifically sustainable architecture.

She is a member of Amherst's Varsity volleyball team and is a student docent for the Mead, Amherst's on-campus art museum. In her free time, Kathryn loves being active outdoors by hiking, playing beach volleyball, and exploring the city of San Francisco, especially its Victorian architecture. She is thrilled and honored to be working with CPS Lectures this summer, where she is building upon prior successful interns and volunteers to ensure its continued growth.

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