Teza Technologies Quantitative Researcher David Thomas was recently quoted in an article from MIT News about a special engineering class.
If you’re playing improvisational games or Taboo in class, chances are you’re in 6.UAT (Oral Communication). This is not your average engineering class — yet instructors and students agree that 6.UAT is invaluable to success in engineering.
“All of us [alumni] looking back think that 6.UAT might have been the most important class in our curriculum,” says David Thomas ’13, a quantitative researcher for Teza Technologies. “I can’t imagine a more quantitative and technical job than the one I have, but a big part of the job is convincing people a project is worth pursuing and getting partners on board.”