As an undergraduate student at the University of New Mexico I have become increasingly aware of the complex network problems that I face as a citizen of the world. I have also realized the progress and success that I enjoy in the same capacity as the frontiers of medicine, technology and communication continue to expand. My desire to participate in the resolution of those problems and in the further expansion of those frontiers had inspired me to seek a degree in biology and entrance into a School of Dentistry. I intend to successfully complete program of dentistry and further my specialization in the area of endodontics. Upon completion of my
Pursing a career as a medical doctor is an opportunity for me to mentor youth in underserved populations. As a child, I was raised in the low income, urban community of Roxbury, MA. Although not as notorious today, the neighborhood had garnered negative attention for its high crime rates. My mother emigrated from Haiti and raised me as a single parent. Due to our financial circumstance, Roxbury became our permanent residence. I have always felt there was something lacking in Roxbury in comparison to other towns I visited. My teenage years were largely spent in the suburban town of Stoneham where I attended high school. There was a literal difference in air quality and a psychology contrast in future prospects. While native students of
Being able to communicate is a major feature of being human. Throughout the working day we absorb information and pass this on to other people. Communication is vitally important if a team is to work effectively. Almost everything I do at work relies on communication.
I was born the fourth of December 1991 in Cranbrook British Columbia. I lived there for 18 years. Before joining the military I worked as a fry cook at a Burger King for three years and held part time jobs working for the College of the Rockies summer camp programs during the summer. My parents are currently living together in Cranbrook BC. My father works outside the province testing railway tracks for two months at a time, then returns home for two to three weeks. My mother acts as the main contact point of the family, she works as a financial clerk. I have a 22 year old sister who will be attending university in Calgary this September. I attended Mount Baker Secondary School in Cranbrook and graduated in 2009
Communication is important in the work place setting as everyone must interact with each other in different ways to get daily routine going. If there was no communication at a work place things would be all over the place. Communication is done by everyone for e.g. at a childcare setting teachers need to communicate with children, and children should communicate as well, to control situations. Communicating to a range of different background parents, making them feel ensured that there children are happy and safe, speaking different languages.
The two weeks I tracked were November 6th through the 19th. I chose those days because I was paid on the 6th, and I wouldn’t be paid again until the 20th. By choosing those dates, I was able to see how much I spent from that paycheck and how much left over I actually had. I liked being able to see how much of my paycheck was left over by the time I was paid again. I use that extra money for a buffer in case there is something I have to spend a little extra money on, and so I always have money in my bank account.
Yellow sheets, a menacing term that I once thought would never become a reality, were first presented to me in 2016 in AP Calculus AB and have remained a constant presence throughout my AP Calculus BC and Multivariable Calculus courses. These have a reputation for being the most challenging questions you will ever face in the math classroom during your four years of high school. The yellow sheets were the first form of assessment that I had to complete that focused on my understanding of a concept and not just the memorization of formulas. This was a menacing task for me because I had never seen anything quite like these questions. These problems not only tested my academic ability but my academic perseverance. These multi-step problems encouraged
While writing a compelling college essay may seem to be a daunting task at first, I believe that the key to generating a unique and moving topic is dedicating effort early in the writing process to personal reflection on your goals and motivations. Often, in writing personal statements for colleges and other applications, I set aside time to dedicate to focused reflection about events or moments in my life that illustrate my values or identity. In terms of the mechanics of an effective personal statement, I typically utilize the “zoom in, zoom out” method, which involves recounting a specific anecdote early in the essay, and then demonstrating how this anecdote contains lessons that apply to greater aspects of your motivation or identity. Through
I have always aimed to become a physician. Many of my family members, including myself, have seen several doctors over the years. Whenever I would hear about doctors, it tended to be about MDs and not much about DOs. However, several of my friends, upon deciding to become doctors chose to pursue their careers within the osteopathic discipline. Then, when I started to complain about stomach pain and chronic diarrhea, I was sent me to a gastroenterologist who graduated from the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine program and recommended that I apply.
In this age phones and computers make it easier to communicate with people far and near. We could text a friend, or email a business partner. We communicate differently around different people. I worked at Bob Evans over the summer and gave me insight on how having a job is. This first job I had and it taught me many tasks that will help me in the future. When trying to run a business you must communicate efficiently or the business will fail. At a work environment we speak in a more professional manner. You are asked to communicate more effectively in order for your workday to go smoother. Poor communication can have disastrous results and can get you fired. We see our boss as an authoritative figure and must speak to him in a professional manner. As a boss you must speak to your employees in an authoritative manner in order for them to see you as the leader. Every time you communicate in a workspace you are being judged. That is if you send a client an email and you spell a word wrong that could have an effect on if they should do business with you or not. Face to face communication is also of high importance in a workplace community. In a job interview, it is essential to be a strong communicator. In a workplace it is essential to be a good communicator and is where many people
Communication in the workplace is important because it allows managers and employees to share information, which helps companies succeed. With effective communication, the employees will interact with one another in ways that will get the job done. Lack of communication from the manager will cause the workers desire to work to decrease in productivity.
My loving grandfather passed away after fighting two battles with cancer. He won the first but lost the second. He was a strong man and did not let anything bring him down, but towards the end, he was physically weak and fragile. Although he maintained a good spirit, love for life and a welcoming smile, it pained me to see him getting sicker. I felt helpless and at times angry but there was nothing I can do but to be there for him, and cherish our memories together that will last me a lifetime after his death. Living those sick days with my grandfather and the many visits we made over the years to the hospital and to health care providers seeking recovery and sometimes seeking farewells, intrigued my developing brain. I began to understand how complex and fascinating the human body is, but also how fragile and ailing it could be. I became familiar with medical professionals and I was inspired by their dedication, hard work, and wealth of knowledge, but yet their struggle with their limitations as human beings. Most of all, I was touched by how medical professionals asserted their competence and communicated their knowledge to their patients, but at the same time accepted their limitations and helplessness while showing genuine empathy to their sick patients. Therefore, I decided to pursue medicine, to replenish my thirst for knowledge about the complexity, fragility, and mortality of the human body. To understand disease processes and more importantly
I was born in 1981, the starting period of China's economy reform designed and implemented under the leadership of Mr. De Xiaoping. I have witnessed the dramatic changes in the continuous infrastructure construction, observable improvement of living standards, greater enrichment of social life, gradual deregulation of policies and strong growth of local economy. All the positive sides make everybody fond of the market economy, especially my parents, both of who are managers of property development companies. My parents have great influence on me, so when I was young, I start to learn how to keep abreast of the modern society by learning the new knowledge and skills.