Please briefly elaborate on one of your extracurricular activities or work experiences. 150-word limit. Sitting cross-legged on the woven plastic mat a chaapa upon the stage I tune the shruti box to my pitch F sharp. Dressed in a flowy red and green Langa voni I'm facing the audience and the row of Hindu deities intricately carved into the temple's marble wall. Once I position the mic in front of my mouth I begin singing. As I progress through the song a wave of tranquility passes over me even though the song's Sanskrit lyrics are hundreds of years old. I feel the emotion they express through the melody, I recollect the story behind the song as told by my music teacher and feel connected with my culture. For the past twelve years, the art of Indian Carnatic vocal music has given me a form of expression. I unleash my creativity through singing At Brown. I hope to continue sharing my love for music through Brown Barsaat.
The School of Engineering offers 9 concentration options including Sc B degrees in Biomedical Engineering, Chemical, Biochemical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Materials Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering as well as an A B degree in Engineering. And a joint program with the Department of Physics leading to an Sc B degree in Engineering and Physics. Since there is a common core curriculum within Engineering students need not select a specific area until their junior year.
Tell us where you have lived and for how long since you were born whether you've always lived in the same place or perhaps in a variety of places. 100-word limit.
I spent the first two years of my life living on the third floor of an apartment in Lowell Massachusetts. All I remember is playing with a bubble machine on the balcony. But the next fifteen years of my life in Nashua, New Hampshire the place I call home was much more memorable. I live on a 1.4-mile long street I measured with many of my friends. Over the years we've gone on numerous adventures everything from exploring the bike trail network in our neighborhood to more recently PokémonGo hunts. And hopefully, I'll call Brown my next home. We all exist within communities or groups of various sizes origins and purposes pick one and tell us why it is important to you and how it has shaped you. 100-word limit.
We ate squid meat in the Bahamas. We ziplined uncomfortably high above the ground. We rode Kingda Ka at Six Flags. We're adventurers. From the second I was born I had a group of best friends by my side, my family friends who are more like siblings. After 17 years of our adventures of trying new things, I've learned to embrace the unknown. With their support, I was able to become more outgoing knowing they always had my back allowed me to take the first few bold leaps towards confidence. I look forward to new experiences they allow me to explore.