The big day finally came - I have officially graduated from Northeastern University! Thank you bloggers for all who’ve followed me for the past year! It’s been quite a pleasure writing these posts and sharing my Northeastern experiences with you. Good luck on all your future endeavors! And, in case you’re wondering where I’m going next - I’ll be a Project Engineer for Whirlpool Corporation with assignments across that globe.
Read this article about an NU who will do what no other student has done..travel to outer space!!
Thank you ECE!!
Such a beautiful cake courtesy the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and the ECE Senior reception. I was also one of six seniors to be awarded the Roland Guyer Porter Memorial Award for commitment to engineering education and service to the community.
I can’t believe that I am one day away from submitting my final assignment of my undergraduate career. It’s such an amazing feelings to know that the past five years have come down to less to two weeks left at Northeastern! Stay tuned to find out where I’ll be headed after May 4th :-)
The 9th Annual Honors Evening recognizing the accomplishments of students and faculty in the honors program.
Today’s weather is really amazing and everyone is in such a great mood! My Nanotechnology professor let us out of class early, we watched a movie in my Organizational Behavior class and I had time to grad lunch at Rebecca’s cafe in the student center! Tonight is our regular BESS meeting and we’re discussing Engineering in the Caribbean so it should be a fun event.
I hope it’s warm where you are and if it isn’t, I’ll soak up some sun for you :-)
Welcome to Our Home was held last Friday as part of ISSI Carnevale. We showcased some of the cultures represented at NU through food, dance, arts and crafts. It was a great night and 107 people enjoyed every moment of it!
Today I walked through Gallery 360 and thought I’d take in some pics. This is an art gallery on campus that showcases art by students, staff and faculty at NU. It’s free and open to public as well.
Most of my friends will be leaving the city and even the US to enjoy what will be the last spring break of our undergraduate years! It’s a bittersweet feeling knowing that we’ve come this far and it’s almost over but, we still have half a semester in front of us!
Some friends are going to take the week off as a vacation from classes while others will be engaged in Alternative Spring Breaks in 14 countries! Can you imagine what it feels like to be helping to build houses in Guatemala or volunteer at an orphanage in the Dominican Republic? I can’t wait to hear all their stories when they return!