No toy was safe in my hands. As a child, I always took my toys apart to see their inner components and how they produced sound or light. Most survived the reassembly stage, while others were mourned by my mother's pocketbook. When I was in the fifth grade, my mother gave me my first toolkit. To say the least, I took apart everything in the house that could be disassembled with a screwdriver. Along with deconstructing anything that gained my interest, I also enjoyed crafting things.
I associate these childhood curiosities with my current interests as I find myself wondering how natural phenomena occur and daydreaming about inventions. Studying the interactions between humans and technology have been in my interests for most of my high school and college career. My short-term goal is to explore different focuses so that I can develop an understanding of my personal interests in the field of physics. My long-term goal is to use my passion for sharing knowledge as an educator and to help others find what peaks their curiosities.
Undergraduate Degree: Spelman College - Bachelor of Science, Engineering Physics
Graduate Degree: Auburn University - Engineering, Materials Engineering
ACT Composite: 30
ACT English: 32
ACT Math: 31
Whether sewing, creating piñatas, or renovating doll houses, the joy of creating has always been with me. Crafting has always been a comforting hobby along with watching tons of movies, when I'm not busy. I enjoy mysteries, adventure, and indie coming-of-age films the most.
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