Before I answer the questions posed, I believe an explanation is owed regarding this request for admission into Saybrook. I originally applied to The Chicago School of Professional Psychology seeking a degree in business psychology. Since the program was not ready to start for another year, it was suggested that I take courses in the international psychology program. I thoroughly enjoyed this new experience with an opportunity to “think global”. I optioned to remain in this program with a concentration in organizations and systems. As I sojourned through, I was always aware that there was still something missing. Although I loved being part of the IP program, my roots are deeply entrenched in the world of organizational development (OD).
Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) offers a lot for us, students, in the Residence Halls. Comfortable lounges for us to study and hang out with our friends, free cable, accessible water fountains, and microwaves and mini-fridges are already provided for us. However, something valuable is missing from our Residence Halls that would have been a huge plus to living on campus. Where are our kitchens? The meal options at OLLU are great, but the food at the Cyber Café tends to get boring and bland, and the Sister Annie B's Cafeteria can get crowded with long lines to get food. Cooking is what makes food exciting and more gratifying, but without a kitchen, how will we ever learn to cook for ourselves and enjoy food? The new
I chose my pharmacy program at OSU because of its well-known reputation in the field that has a long history of more than 100 years in preparing world-class educational opportunity, and educating pharmacists to serve with the best medical care in health communities, which is what my career focuses on. By attending OSU, students in pharmacy program will have a chance to work closely with exceptional faculty who care about interests and professional development, where the staff are willing to support and help their students with any issues, from classes to finances to personal. It is the open doors for any of it students interested in the career to advance along with the renowned Oregon State name. The curriculum at OSU is diverse. OSU offers a wide range of electives and countless opportunities for community outreach, leadership development, hands-on training, research and collaborations at Oregon State and Oregon Health & Science University to help achieve specific goals and gain
At IU, I plan to not only find what I want to major in, but also make a difference. Volunteering is something I love to do, so either joining a sorority or a community service club is something I know I will do while attending this school. Another reason I knew I wanted
In all fifty states of America, it is probably hard for some students to pick which college to go to. Some would go Midwest, down south or all way to the west coast, but I believe that my state university will give me the best education. Only forty-five minutes away from home, Rutgers can offer me the greatest learning facilities, several of challenging classes and be part of a diverse community where I can achieve my personal enrichment and career goals.
Becoming a Surface Warfare Officer in the United States Navy has been a goal of mine since I was twelve years old. My grandfather served in the Navy, and that has inspired me to serve as well. With the NROTC, I will have the opportunity to strengthen my physical, mental, and leadership skills. As a Naval Officer, I will have the great honor of instilling these same skills into the sailors I lead.
The transition from being a child, dependent upon parents for everything, to an independent adult is one of the most stressful times a person will endure. Legally speaking, 18 is the age when you become an adult but the number doesn’t describe the responsibilities and independence you must take on. College is seen as the “big step” into the real world and many people struggle in choosing where to make their transition. I would like to take my “big step” by attending Florida Atlantic University.
The University of Mississippi is a second home to me, but also a place that continually challenges me on a daily basis to be better, to think outside of normal constraints, and to become a more effective leader. Serving Ole Miss as a student, and eventually as alumni, is so rewarding.
The pursuit of knowledge helped me love books and which brought me to Creighton University. Since my childhood I was eager to learn as much as possible, specifically the environment. I was fascinated about wildlife and how beautiful it looked. Being a native from Nairobi, Kenya; I was able to go to the safaris and learn about the different animals. These are the memories which I vividly remember and keep close to me. When I went back many years later, I was disappointed to see how my city has changed. This was disheartening because the city didn’t change for the best. This caused me to go for a minor in Sustainable Energy. The Energy department at Creighton is being cut back on and is limiting our class options to learn. Northeastern University
I’m charged up with lion pride. I am very ecstatic to apply for a scholarship at the illustrious Florida Memorial University. I, Stephanie Bigot, grew up in Miami, Florida in a household influenced by strong Haitian culture. Coming from a strong cultured background its imperative that I have a plan to secure my future for good standing, physically, mentally and financially. It has been taught to me to accept the empowerment given to maintain cultural integrity, while succeeding academically. I’m currently classified as a Junior majoring in Business Marketing with plans to expand to Communications. I enjoy meeting professionals through networking while expanding my knowledge base through acquiring experience in various ways.
Who we are is a concoction of our life journey, relationships, tastes, goals, and countless other things. I am a family girl from Mexico who is a first generation college student. My family is the greatest part of who I am. They would give and do anything for me and vice versa. Life has brought me to the construction science program at Texas A&M and I could not be more excited to finally see the light at the end of the tunnel!
I am applying for the Assistant Professor Position in the Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME) at Bucknell University (Job no: 493839). Currently, I am an Assistant Clinical Professor and Research Educator in the Designing Innovations (DI) Research Stream in the First-Year Innovation and Research Experience (FIRE) at the University of Maryland, College Park (UMD).
There were many reasons why I chose UIC as my first favorite university. The reasons were that it was a city school, diverse, tuition, and an extra benefit was that many of friends go there. I knew there were lots of students from Pakistan which also was a big reason for me because Maine East was very diverse. This was the school I wanted to get into very much. Nothing has changed between then and now. Obviously, I didn't get excepted when I applied the first time after high school. The great part was that Oakton Community College basically gave me a second chance to be able to go to UIC. And I definitely have not taken that for granted. Being at Oakton has changed me in a way. Oakton made me mature with my decisions and also made me more of an extrovert. Whenever I look back at my pictures from high school and before even I tell myself I would never be friends with this guy. Whenever someone looks at those pictures they ask if that was really me I say no. Back then I didn't care about my haircut, clothing, and was very
Being a part of the IUPUI community is something I pride myself with and each time someone asks me what university I attend I proudly yell them IUPUI. Coming into my first semester I would have never thought I would be where I am today five semesters later. Every time I think back to the day I decided that I would be attending IUPUI I ask myself if I truly made the right choice, and then I think about all the things I have done, all the people I have met, and all the accomplishments I have made. The decision to attend this University was the best decision I have made this far in my life.
I have met people who have taught me life lessons I will never forget. How to choose the right pathways, what to do if you are feeling overwhelmingly stressed, and even life tips to make growing up a little less hectic. Teachers, people from my community, family and even friends have shown me that with my outgoing personality, strong organization skills and my strong work ethic I can accomplish anything. I look forward to living through the experience, and meeting new people. I know that with the great people at the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire, I will be able to continue growing as a person and continue to aspire to my goals in