Unique Experiences and Perspectives Which Contribute to the Program

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to the program. How will your background enhance and broaden your learning and that of your classmates in Schulich’s dynamic environment? I am an Asian-American woman living and working in the global city of New York. Growing up in an international city allowed me to become a multicultural individual and develop into a young woman different from my counterparts in Asia and here in the United States as well. I was taught by my parents not only the values of a Chinese culture but also to strive to enhance my strengths and to go forth and establish a successful career in business while always relating back to my Chinese roots. These values of diligence, perseverance and selflessness influence my everyday work and personal life. During my…show more content…
These experiences, and many others, have contributed to my values, beliefs and interests, and played a significant role in shaping my personality. I look forward to drawing on these experiences and contributing unique insights to Schulich's multicultural community. [pic] [pic][pic][pic][pic][pic][pic] I am an industrious and ambitious person who is not afraid to challenge the status quo. For example, while doing research at [deleted] University, Canada, I discovered anomalies in a famous turbulence model, proposed a solution and used computer simulations to prove the validity of my model. At times, I felt that I was swimming against the tide; however, I took up the challenge and established my opinion (which became the dissertation for my M.Sc. (Engineering)). My ability to devise innovative solutions will, I believe, help to stimulate Schulich's challenging learning environment. Further, my experience of conducting research in an academic environment has endowed me with analytical and research skills to help me tackle complex business problems at Schulich from a different viewpoint. In addition to my experience in an academic environment, I have a great deal of diverse practical
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