I want to enroll in Pre-AP English because I think it could help me in several of ways. This can help attain my goals because it helps me receive a higher gpa. I plan to contribute to Maricopa High School community by joining student council, if I join student council I would be involved in more things and can help at any events, I am committed to go above and beyond and I am self-motivated to do anything necessary.
“Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion…to change the world.” As a leading abolitionist, Harriet Tubman spent her life blazing new paths for freedom. She believed everyone has the potential to change the world. Like Harriet Tubman, I believe I have the potential to change the world. I stand determined to pursue my dream: obtaining a degree in civil engineering with a concentration on structures. I hope to design and build hurricane-resistant structures along the Gulf Coast. My past experiences, future potential, and faith in myself continue to inspire me to achieve my dreams.
In my late childhood, probably approximately eight to ten years of age, I discovered a long lasting and somewhat all consuming passion of mine: the Ancient World (Particularly Ancient Rome and Greece). History class up to that point was nothing special, not remarkably interesting nor especially boring. One day in the retelling of Roman history, something clicked, or moved into place. The vast world of war, battles, politics, pagan religion, ancient language, art, culture, architecture, stratagems, and tactics unfolded before my very eyes. Unfurling from the pages, battles came to life. Siege towers thundered as they rolled towards walls, crackling as handfuls of them were set alight by defenders. War cries filled
As a dreamer and queer woman of color, pursuing a career in STEM has been quite challenging. But I have never let anything get in the way of reaching my goals and dreams. I have swam against the current in order to be where I am today, where I have dreamt of being. I am currently a second year student at Trinity Washington University majoring in biochemistry and minoring in mathematics. I am a dedicated student and an analytical and skilled critical thinker who is eager to learn.
As a child, I hated looking through my endless supply of legos to find that one piece that would finish whatever structure I was creating. Sure, my curiosity is innate, but I learn the most from times that require critical problem-solving. Though I have always had an affinity for math and science, my time spent volunteering at a local hospital has added an element of healthcare to my passions. At Duke, every course and opportunity has been designed not only to challenge its students, but also to push them in making a global impact. More specifically, the biomedical engineering program at Duke transcends the average classroom, and encourages innovation through research, from stimulating genes using light to cultivating the first responsive muscle
Since I was in my childhood I have high curiosity on how and why things work. I have this unsatisfied feeling until I know why and how it 's happening. My dad always told me the same about me. I still remember how I spend the whole day looking for what make the pedestal fan to swing and I opened up its cover to see the motor and gear rotating and for me it 's fascinating. He used to bring me along with him in his nearest four wheel drive park where he taught me many things about four wheel vehicles. What are the differences between 2WD and 4WD, minor vehicles maintenance, and he also bought me a remote control car which he asked me to maintain it by myself and I love it. I realize I 'm very passionate with engineering, mechanical specifically, this is because I think engineering is a very wide discipline and no science theory or ideas will happen without engineering.
During my time at UCLA, engineering has increasingly become a bigger part of my life. When I first came to UCLA, while I was committed to the path of engineering, I did not know what exactly to expect or how I could fit in. Since then, every year I have grown both as an engineer and as a person. My first year, I learned how to navigate the new experiences of college, learning to manage my time adjusting to the quarter system, how to live away from home. I joined some clubs where I first really learned about what being an engineer was, through getting to know upper classmen and starting to get some hand-on experiences. My second year, I grew as person, balancing academics, club activities and having time for fun. I started taking upper division
There is this famous saying, ''Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow". I could not agree more. Growing up as a kid, I vividly recall myself always being enthusiastic to learn and explore. Now I stand on the state where I can proudly say that this passion has driven my growth, motivated me to grow even further and augmented my hunger for quality education. Recalling my childhood, I always used to stay puzzled whenever somebody asked what I wanted to be in the future. Maybe because unlike other kids, I could not quite say that I would want to be a Doctor or Pilot, because my heart did not say that. Gradually while growing up, I was very much interested in science, mathematics and other science programs and I always wanted to participate. I even got prize for presenting the best science experiment at class 9. I did well in my academics and I completed my school education with 89% for which I got Gold Medal as well. After my schooling, I had determined that I will study science and accordingly I chose Science Programs in my High School. During high
Being in our early stage of civil engineering, the topic CONSTRUCTION OF BRIDGES is of great use and importance in our life. It is therefore necessary to understand meaning of bridges ,their basics of construction and their importance.Some important points to be looked upon are –
I, Nilay Pramodbhai Patel, take this opportunity to introduce myself as a graduate of Mechanical Department from Gujarat Technological University, Gujarat. I now want to take the next step by specialising in Global Production Engineering (Manufacturing) by undertaking and pursing my postgraduate studies at Technical University of Berlin in the specialism mentioned. I would humbly request you to take time and consider my application to you and put forward this personal statement of my purpose of seeking higher education at your university together with supporting testimonial and recommendation letters from my college and current employers.
Dashrath Manjhi (1934– 17 August 2007), also known as Mountain Man, was a poor labourer in Gehlaur village, near Gaya in Bihar, India, who carved a path 110 m long, 9.1 m wide and 7.6 m deep through a hillock using only a hammer and chisel. After 22 years of work, Dashrath shortened travel between the Atri and Wazirganj blocks of Gaya town from 55 km to 15 km.
From stair-climbing wheelchair to prosthetic mind-controlled limbs - the rate of innovative products developed for the less fortunate people in the society is increasing. My long-term goal is to inspire the next generation of researchers to develop computational methods and optimization techniques that would help in creating products to aid differently abled people. I believe that making small changes to the design conceptualization methods will have a great impact on the efficient design of products. I believe that choosing a career as a professor will be a cardinal step towards reaching my long-term goal. Being a professor is the best platform for developing knowledge on computational design by doing what I'm truly excited, namely, learning