Recently, Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Brown, and 170 other top schools, called for an even clearer and more pronounced focus on empathy, emotions, diversity, and a sense of place in the college admissions process. So what does this mean for the applicant?
Passionate about art in high school, and turned this into an internship in architecture. Just graduated Syracuse with a BA in Architecture and experience from Skidmore, Owings, and Merrel. Catch her own designs on Instagram @fleurbangkok.
After organizing visits to top STEM companies in the area (Google, Palantir, D.E. Shaw Research), Nuss continued her internship using her German and her mechanical engineering with two emerging biotech startups. Nuss continues her engineering, while playing competitive...
A concert violinist in high school. Just finished an internship at Rolls Royce, and completed a course in political philosophy at the London School of Economics. He hopes to make 3D printed prostheses a reality.
Building upon his family's political legacy, Beam founded the Southeast Student Association at GWU. He turned this into an internship at a DC Think Tank, and an eventual job working for a leading Southeast Asian supply company.