New York University
As kids living in Colorado suburbs, most of my friends and I rarely disagree with each other on politics. Fortunately, in my high school, my teachers come from a variety of different locations. And I love their different perspectives. In my AP Government/Politics class, I constantly sought my teacher’s opinions. He is politically moderate, while I am more on the left side of the political spectrum, so his views helped me consider and respect perspectives that I had never thought about before. This interaction also helped me connect with my teacher. That is why it is my philosophy that listening to different views builds a bridge between me and other cultures or people.
Not only do I enjoy politics and interacting with people, but I also enjoy math and science, which is why I am applying to the Stern School of Business and the Tandon School of Engineering. As a freshman at the Tandon School of Engineering, I’ll be introduced to the entrepreneurship and innovation aspect of electrical engineering through the course “Engineering and Technology Forum.” The course will not only give me access to a variety of research conducted by leading engineers, but more importantly the school’s research-intensive institution and global network...
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