I am a resident on campus, a member of the Albert Dorman Honors College, a peer mentor for the Learning Communities and the Club Manager for the NJIT Student Senate. I love to sing and listen to music, and in my free time I enjoy reading. I hope to travel the world one day!
Why I chose to attend NJIT:
One of the main reasons I chose NJIT was because of its small classroom atmosphere. I am a very hands on learner, and being in a class with only thirty or so people makes it easier to connect and learn. I could not imagine sitting in a huge lecture hall with two hundred other people and being able to achieve anything. I also chose NJIT because it has a very well reputed BME department that offers many research opportunities to its undergrads.
What I like best about NJIT:
I really like the small campus, I can wake up thirty minutes before class and still be on time, and I never have to wait for a bus to get to class. I also appreciate all the opportunities that are available to us.
My goals after graduation:
I still have a while to go before graduation, but after getting my bachelors in BME I hope to go to medical school and one day become an E.R. doctor.
My advice for prospective students:
Being a BME is not easy; it requires a lot of effort and dedication. Stay active and do not procrastinate on your assignments because once you fall behind it is really difficult to bring yourself back up.
Ask me about BME@NJIT!