My parents taught me to be independent and self-motivated by providing me opportunities to learn by trial and error. I recall an episode where my parents bought a new microwave when I was just 8 years old. As they unpacked the microwave, I caught sight of the owner's manual and asked to see it. After reading the 40-page text front-to-back, I learned one very important thing: how to use a feature called "child lock," or as I saw it, "parent lock." By pressing a special sequence of buttons on the microwave, I disabled it, thus protecting my parents from the dangers of using the appliance without my supervision.
My resolution for Master of Science in structural engineering or construction management is an attempt to quench my thirst of knowledge and chip in to field by positive research. From consultants of my professors and careful perusal of web-pages of university, I am persuaded that my career will be in best hands at the University of X. Not only was I attracted by its distinguished faculty, splendid laboratory facilities and high reputation but also by quality of research going on. My choice of this specialization is motivated by its multidisciplinary nature which will broaden my horizons and give me flexibility in professional practice. Those perspectives will let me have a clearer idea about the limitations of my own country and possible improvements that we can make.
That is why I make sure that I engage in different volunteer works, in which I am able to serve without expecting any reward. The second is the Participative Leadership Philosophy. This is because; I value relationships and ideas of people. I think that, as leaders, I cannot succeed without the help from the people I serve. Thus, I make sure that I maintain good relation or cooperate with them.
That is what my life’s blueprint would be surrounded upon, and I’d rely on myself and the support of those close to me to accomplish it, though I’d first have to figure out who I truly am and get motivated to give my all. Ultimately, my determination would achieve excellence and my goals would be reached, improving the world from its current state. “Whenever a building is constructed, an architect draws a blueprint. The blueprint serves as the pattern, as the guide.” Martin Luther King Jr. once said in his “What is Your Life’s Blueprint?” speech. That is what it means to me.
We had replaced the wood that was inside and placed brand new wood in the place of the old wood to remake the shelves that used to hold some planters. We started working with a new group of kids who placing new plants such as lettuce and carrots inside the greenhouse. We had planted flowers and placed diagrams inside of it for kids to learn about the parts of a flower. For my next genius hour I chose to do something I'm interested in, which was researching how Minecraft affected kids who played it. When I first found things that were related to my thinking I knew that other people had also seen what I had seen and thought the same things that I had.
Based on my design plan, my teammates and I deepened the design details. Finally, we submitted a comprehensive design plan to the government. Our findings on this design project made me exhilarated, because my innovative designs were put into use. Though this project was not a big one, it contained my passion for design. During the postgraduate period, I want to expand my logic thinking and reflections on architecture.
Personal statement “Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.” – Banksy From a young age I have always been interested in things to do with art, from when I was 4 and my mother brought me a face painting kit to when I was 12 and started doing special effects makeup which in turn made me more interested in art now more than ever. I think my love of art came from TV shows like “Art attack” and “Mister Maker” that really got my love of art going. For most of my life I can remember having something in my hands that represented art things like cameras to pens and paper to paint brushes and a guitar, all of these things I class as art, all of these things I know that are art made me wonder how I can make art in different ways. I have gone to Meany an art exhibition and meet Meany local artists that have introduced me to more artists and art forms. Now that I am in my late teens and I have grown up a bit I am looking at different things that can get my senses tingling, like re runs of “The Bob Ross show” and “sky arts Artists of the year and landscape artists”, I believe that this has shown me more of an understanding of art in general and as a whole.
It is my strong belief that Graduate Study is indispensable for acquiring a deep understanding and insight into the subject. I feel that my undergraduate curriculum has given me sufficient exposure to various possibilities for the Master’s program. Graduate study will not only provide me advanced knowledge about the field but also prepare me to be a good researcher in the field of Computer. Integrity, both in thought and action has meant everything to me. My strong set of value has helped me grow into a responsible citizen with a keen sense of duty.
As a young girl I was attached to the hip of my grandmother. Every morning, before my parents went to work, my father would drop me off at my grandparents house so they could watch me for the day. Although, my parents hated to leave me, I always looked forward to spending the day at my grandparents. As soon as my father and I pulled in the driveway, my grandmother would meet me at the door. I walked into her house and could hear the bacon sizzling, and eggs frying on the stove.