More About Me
The best class I took at Penn State was Crystal Chemistry. It was fascinating to see how chemistry and crystal structure come together to create the bridge between geosciences and materials science in the formation of minerals.
One of the easiest ways to become familiar with all that Penn State has to offer is to ask questions often. Ask your professors, fellow students, upper classmen, classmates, you name it. The more you ask, the more likely you are to learn something new that is relevant to you.
Three words I would use to describe EMS are welcoming, caring, and supportive.
The best part about being an EMS student is that you have the resources of a large university, but in a small group where everyone is on board to help you.
The most important lesson I've learned in college so far is to never stop learning. You don't know what you don't know. Take a chance into something new if it intrigues you.
My goal is to complete my education in Fall 2022 and explore jobs in the workforce. I may come back for graduate school in the future if I have a concrete idea of my specialization, but I'm just along for the ride right now.
Ever since I was a little kid, I wanted to be nothing in particular! I just wanted to be challenged in whatever I did with my life.
I recommend that all incoming students constantly check in with yourself. College life can be overwhelming at first.
Give me a one-way ticket to Iceland! I'm ready to take advantage of geothermal energy and visit some hot springs.
When I study I can't listen to music. I wish I could! But I need it to be silent.
I love to play and watch basketball and watch Better Call Saul or Breaking Bad.
When my television is on I'm eating food! I love to watch things with my meals.
If I could transform into any animal I would transform into a hawk. I've always wanted to fly and not be bothered.