I see my life as a series of experiences that build upon one another and, through my hard work and determination, lead to overall long and short term goals that I have set for myself. There are thousands upon thousands of things that affect my life both directly and indirectly all of which have varying degrees of influence on me. Three areas of my life that most certainly have had a profound impact on me are scholarship, spiritual formation, and service. These three areas have affected me positively, and have motivated me to pursue higher levels of education, and have challenged me to set my lifetime goals higher. Though I'm not exactly sure where I will end up in life, I know that if I let my academics, spirituality, and service
I also, at a year ten level, study maths and science at school. Maths and Science are quite strong points of mine. Last semester I achieved an A in science
All in all, Rutgers University is a name that does not need any introductions. Soaring high as one of the greatest high learning institutions not just in the United States, but also the World, I am sure I have made the right choice in picking Rutgers University over other institutions in the United States.
As a child, my father, who was a mechanic, often brought home gadgets for us to explore together. We would take things apart and put them back together frequently. My mother references these moments as the source of my love for math and science. Ultimately, participating in extra-curricular technology activities at school solidified my desire to become an engineer. I recognize the value of early exposure to technology related fields to stimulate children’s learning and to show them how these fields can help solve meaningful problems.
The knowledge then expanded in an Advanced Placement Chemistry class. In physics I did a project on nuclear fusion. The paper discussed concepts of nuclear physics never taught to me. I worked hard to grasp the difficult theories, and my grades exhibit dedication to furthering this competence.
Education is important and plays a vital role in everyday life. Educating begins at birth. The demand for a higher education today is under demand and is always increasing. Self-improvement, endless job opportunities, and character development are all
When I was accepted to Temple University, I was not sure what I wanted to do because I was painfully torn between business and tourism and hospitality management. Fortunately, I was able to participate in a program where I could explore both study fields.
I am a non-terminating senior at Fordham University pursuing both a physics, and a joint mathematics and computer science degree. I’ve chosen to apply to contribute to Cornell’s CNF and PARADIM REU program because of my interest in the intersection of experimental condensed matter physics and nanotechnology. Since May of 2016, I have been doing an independent study on quantum computation with the assistance of two advisors. Among learning about the many facets of quantum computation, my obligations also include developing computer programs using both python and C++ to simulate quantum computational phenomena, seeking contemporary advancements in this field, and presenting short talks on quantum computational phenomena. In particular, I had
Growing up in a small town, with the knowledge of a small town community can have an effect on you. Having the respect and dignity to know between right and wrong adds and interesting aspects into a life style. Growing up in a small community makes you realize what it is like to have small class rooms and having your teachers know you by a first name basis.Knowing everyone on each sport team because “everyone knows everyone in a small town”. I had the ability to be able to ride my bike down the street without a real question of my safety where I grew up in Worland Wyoming. I have different academic interests than others may, I enjoy different extracurricular activities than other students, and life experiences that are unlike anyone else that have shaped me into who I am today.
Methodist University was one of my top five schools when I started to apply for school. There were three important aspects to why I chose to attend Methodist University. The most important part aspect of going to Methodist was the education part, along side with the men’s lacrosse program and my girlfriend.
I am attending Marshall University because it truly feels like this is the school for me. I have attended activities on the campus during my time in high school like the Summer Healthcare Pipeline Initiative and I feel that through those experiences I have been able to experience the campus enough to know that this is where I belong. When I have talked to students in the programs for the major that I am interested in they always have nothing but good things to say, and I think that's says a lot about how this university. Lastly, I appreciate that the location of Marshall is close enough to my hometown of South Charleston for me to stay close to my family and friends and it is far enough for me to be able to gain independence.
Back when I was a senior in high school, I applied to Rutgers but decided to go to my local community college, Camden County College, due to financial issue and not wanting to put the burden of my education on my parents’ shoulders. I also felt that I was not prepared to take on a university and that going to community college would help me get a feel for what college would be like. Two years later, after working diligently, I am about to graduate with an Associates degree in Computer Science and the feeling that I am prepared to take on public university. While I am truly grateful for my current college, I felt that I was not too enriched in computer science. However, I want to continue my education at Rutgers to get more extensive and thorough study in computer science to achieve my goal. I hope to continue my education at Rutgers University to fulfill my goal of becoming a competent and knowledgeable software engineer.
Why I want to attend UNC Wilmington is because college has always been a very prominent milestone in my life. Ever since I was young, I was yearning to learn more about college and what I could accomplish there and how I could expand my educational horizons. I never found the perfect college, despite years of searching. A few years ago though, I did find my perfect college. It was UNCW. After stepping onto the campus, I immediately felt like I was at home. It was a second nature to be there, pass the buildings, and walk with the students. I could see myself sitting with a group of friends, studying on a Friday night, or taking part in clubs and activities that I could have never dreamed of. UNCW also grabbed my attention geographically as
Ever since my brother came back home from Illinois State University with some many positive comments about the college I have wanted to go there. He told me how easy it was to make friends with the themed living. I was instantly intrigued by all the university has to offer including all the various clubs and activities that I can participate in. My strong academics and athletics would make me a perfect fit at Illinois State University.
If someone asked me where I am going to be in ten years, this would be my answer. I will have a great, high-paying job, and beautiful wife and family, and a nice sports car parked in front of my lovely house. When I look into the future, I see myself being successful and happy. Even though I always pictured myself this way, I never worried too much about how I would get there. I feel the Suffolk University can lay the groundwork for making these dreams into reality.