Monthly Archives: May 2017

Initial Thoughts

The feeling of graduation has not quite set in yet. The culmination of four years of hard work, group projects and friendships has taught me invaluable lessons. They have grown me, shaped the person I am today. As I prepare … Continue reading

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Along for the Ride

Hi everyone! My name is Chandler, and I am a recent graduate from the University of Rochester studying biomedical engineering with a concentration in biomechanics. Growing up, some of my fondest memories came from traveling to various countries around the … Continue reading

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The Biggest Lessons

As I am about to embark on this journey through my Master’s program, I am reminded of my initial feelings prior to starting the John Muir Trail last September. For months before, I endlessly researched and prepared for this 220-mile … Continue reading

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The Next Step on My Journey

Hi everyone! I’m Callie. I’m from Tulsa, Oklahoma and I graduated Oklahoma State University with my B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Spanish just a couple weeks ago. It felt strange to leave what I had begun to … Continue reading

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Looking to the Future

Since deciding to attend Rice University and join the GMI program I have felt a variety of different emotions. It is difficult to believe that I will be leaving my hometown and the place that gave me some of the … Continue reading

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