This is an essay for my GBL 102 course. It’s a discussion of a film we watched for class called Traces of the Trade.
A video PSA about cocaine done for the LDR 102 A – The Art of Communicating Science class at Agnes Scott College.
This is a reflection for my LDR 101 class. The prompt states the following: Over the weekend, go out and do something totally new for you. Type 1 page reflecting on the experience– what you did, why you did it, how you felt before, during, after? What did you learn?
The first night in the semester when we actually got to set up the telescopes in Astronomy 120 lab. We looked at the moon, and I couldn’t get a better picture with my phone, but it was breathtakingly beautiful.
Presentation: The Polar Eye [link] | [file] I was part of the first ASTRO (Aerospace Summer Training and Research Opportunity) team at SpaceWorks Enterprises, Inc. an aerospace engineering design firm. We were instructed to design a satellite with given parameters and a hypothetical budget of ten million dollars. I was in charge of orbital mechanics, attitude determination and control systems, and cost. This is the presentation my team gave.
Research Poster: Social Behavior in Groups of Mating Male and Female Bean Beetles [link] | [file] This is the poster for the research mentioned in regards to the bean beetle research, which I collaborated on with others involved in the research. This poster won first place for research posters at Clayton State University’s Academic Conference.
Common App Essay: Bean Beetles [file] In my junior year of high school, I did some research at Clayton State University with bean beetles. This college essay is a little bit about my experience. The prompt is as follows: Describe a place or environment where you are perfectly content. What do you do or experience there, and why is it meaningful to you?
Senior Speech: The Story of Us [file] During high school, I attended the Atlanta Girls’ School. Atlanta Girls’ School has a tradition of senior speeches in which every senior student gives a speech to the entire school (as well as any guests, including family and friends) during the weekly school-wide assembly. The speech can be about anything the student desires, ranging from highly personal topics to educational topics. My speech leans more toward the latter. It is a story about how you and I and, in fact, the entire universe came to be. Watch it here.