The Volunteer Spirit is something I experience every single day with my immediate family and my volunteer family. Growing up in Tennessee, I have spent my whole life dreaming of attending and graduating The University of Tennessee as my four older siblings and grandad have done before me. The Volunteer Spirit, to me, means loving your fellow man, working hard, and possibly most importantly, loving Tennessee Volunteers Football! The Volunteers have always played a huge role in my life. I remember when my brother was a cheerleader at the university, how excited I was to go to every home game and support our team.
. I had started to develop an interest in computer technologies since I was seven years old. Surrounding by electronic equipment ignited my interest in process of manufacturing; and the most fascinating electronic equipment is computer. Because my curiosity about how computers are functioned, I started to learn programing by myself. Computer programming and technology have always fascinated me since then.
I have recently visited MSU and had that same feeling there. Everyone that was at MSU that I saw and meet were very passionate about MSU. Almost everyone I walked by had some form of MSU on them. After the tour my parents and I explored for a while and everyone there was so kind there and it was very reassuring that it was going to be a fun and friendly environment. It was fantastic know that everyone there felt that passionate about MSU and really enjoyed their time there it was great.
He enrolled and completed his undergraduate degree while employed full time at SAAF. He is well-trained, ambitious, open-minded, and humble. He brings with him real world experience, that I believe will be of great support to himself and his peers throughout the duration of the program. In knowing what I know about the environment, methods, and services at Arizona State University, I believe this site and program are a perfect fit for Abraham, but also believe he will be successful wherever he ends up attending graduate school. He will be a committed student and a proficient
To become a researcher in the field of Computer Science is my long term career goal. I strongly believe, pursuing a graduate program will be the crucial step towards fulfilling my career aspiration. Growing up, I had the privilege of learning computer fundamentals in my grade school and my father was kind enough to let me use his work computer for both my homework and play time. Over the course of years, I have journeyed past the “Hello World!” and programming macros in Excel and few advanced programming skills in C, Python, Java, Databases etc and have since realized that computer have become a basic necessity to enhance quality of one’s life. I completed my schooling from a government high school.
So far everything I’ve done outside of my coding lessons has been to boost myself in aspects of computer programming we normally don’t think about, the more artistic and businesslike aspects of the field. Considering the actual act of programming, my teachers both in and out of school have taught me all they can offer, this is why I’m trying to continue my education at UT. What I can do now is prepare myself to broaden my scope of thinking and focus on my abilities to work with and build off of other people, which in the end improves my actual coding skills. I know that if I combine the mentalities of a programmer, a businesswoman, and an artist, I can create games that give people the same amazement I
And the habits I built at the university such as self-teaching, critical thinking and the ability to collecting and processing information help me a lot during my work. However, in reflecting upon my experiences as a graduate, there were several obstacles I had to overcome. It often seems confusing about the differences between walking out your comfort zone and doing something you don’t like. When I first came to Stony Brook, this problem became more important as I chose the major I didn’t like at first time. My major was computer science.
If I ever had a problem, whether it be with music, marching, or even personally, I could look to my left/right and within a few feet, there would be someone who was more than willing to help. Respect was a big part of what made the band work so well together. We all respected each and listened to everyone 's ideas or their authority to override said ideas. This was a big factor in what made these people more than just my band mates, but also my friends and family. This week was a prime example as to why I am proud to say I was a part of a band with these people.
In my classes my classmates and I typically do care more and pay attention because if we don’t we won’t be allowed to take advantage of the opportunities offered by the program such as free college classes for actual college credit. Since my sophomore year I have been attending the UNO OPS Middle College, a program for hard working intelligent students who want to be challenged and get a head start on college. We are located in Kyser Hall on University of Nebraska-Omaha Dodge Campus. While being in this program I have earned a total of 27 college credits paid for by generous donors who believe in us
Accept it or not, the computer has invaded the work place. The origins and roots of computers started out as many other inventions and technologies have in the past. They evolved from a relatively simple idea or plan designed to help perform functions easier and quicker. According to Gary Masters “the first basic type of computers were designed to do just that to compute”. They