Polygence mentor Chelsea helps young humanists thrive and make sense of the tumultuous world through writing
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Chelsea is a Stanford PhD candidate in French who is deeply passionate about language learning and interdisciplinary humanistic inquiry, and whose broad experience has led her to a teaching philosophy based on trust and compassion. She is the perfect person to guide students through studying languages, expressing themselves creatively, or diving into academic humanities research. Chelsea believes that Polygence is a uniquely appealing experience for students fascinated by the humanities, as it can allow them to do writing and research guided wholly by their own interests, rather than topics imposed upon them.
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