Splash Biography



KAITLYN STORM, Hopkins junior studying Biomedical Engineering




Major: Biomedical Engineering

College/Employer: Johns Hopkins

Year of Graduation: 2023

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

Hi everyone! I'm a junior here at Hopkins majoring in Biomedical Engineering. I'm a tour guide for the school and dance with the JHU Ballet Company. Can't wait to meet everyone!



Past Classes

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X334: Applying to College 101 in Splash Spring 2021 (Apr. 17, 2021)
The college application process is long, with many steps and different deadlines. But never fear- this class is here to help! We will give a comprehensive overview of the process, with advice on everything from writing essays to asking teachers for recommendation letters. We will review deadlines, discuss how to research schools, and explore the different parts of the application! Please note that this class will not involve personally reviewing participants' applications nor give school-specific and applicant-specific advice. It is simply a general overview to help you be a more well prepared applicant.


S323: Procrastination: What is it and how do we overcome it? in Splash Fall 2020 (Nov. 08, 2020)
In a world of Netflix and Instagram, procrastination seems inevitable. But where does this urge to procrastinate come from? This class will explore the science behind procrastination and hear experts' advice on overcoming it.


S294: The Science of Sleep in Splash Spring 2020 (Apr. 18, 2020)
Why do we need sleep? This course will explore what happens in both the brain and body when we sleep while also investigating how we can get more benefits from our sleep.


S266: All About Fireworks in Splash Fall 2019 (Nov. 16, 2019)
From small bamboo explosions in ancient China to the iconic displays of today: how have fireworks developed and how do they produce the colorful displays we know and love? This course will attempt to answer those questions through an exploration of both the history and science of fireworks. Students will learn the major advances in the field of fireworks and investigate what chemicals make each color possible.