Emerson Piano Scholar Tiffany Yeh

Student of Tim McFarland

Engineer, pianist, global citizen

Senior Tiffany Yeh explores health care and poverty through working abroad, and cultivates her love of music while at home.


Kate Telma, MIT News Correspondent
May 4, 2017

As a teenager in a small school in Taiwan, Tiffany Yeh filled her days with Model UN and student government — and she knew that she would one day be a doctor. When it came time to choosing college, she thought, “OK, I have four years to do something different, whatever I want, and I should take that opportunity to explore a new field.” MORE

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