brown short essays#Why brown curriculum?
With Brown's open curriculum, I will have a unique experience carved in mind. I would not just learn to be an engineer, but also a manager, designer, and writer in courses such as Managerial Decision Making, DesignStudio, and Writing Science. In addition, through WISE (Women In Science and Engineering) program, which helps women in their STEM academic curriculum, Brown would help me to raise my head up to be an Engineer, even if I am from a minority in the department. This is the curriculum I wish to be associated with: Everybody challenges barriers to succeed#Why are you drawn to the area(s) of study you indicated earlier in this application? If you are "undecided" or not sure which Brown concentrations match your interests, consider describing more generally the academic topics or modes of thought that engage you currently. (150 word limit)
Engineering is the intersection of my passions: Mechanics, Physics, and Mathematics. A revitalizing source, Engineering is a source of innovation that benefits the humanity. With the technology of fuel cells, Engineering has made it easy for people to generate electricity with only wastes. Engineering will help me protect the world's natural resources by developing specialized fuel cells that can convert any waste to Electricity. I want to harness the opportunities Brown offers to highlight wastes as a prominent source of renewable energy. Through Advanced Engineering Mechanics and Fuels, Energy, and the Environment classes offered in Chemical and Mechanical programs, I will be able to develop machines that qualify for waste processing. Aside from courses, I hope to join Brown Building Society, which will help me interact with diverse people and understand their motivations to change the prejudice against wastes. At Brown, I believe I will make wastes worth as gold.#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 17 years of my life fascinated each day by the Pyramids at Giza. Although I see the same pyramids and sphinx every day whenever I open my window, I have never gotten bored by such impressive sight. From these prominent structures, I received an unusual admiration for my ancestors and insistence to work and achieve success as they have.#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)
I am proud to be a part of united Egyptian community that is based on the concept of brotherhood and sisterhood: Everyone helps the other without a purpose. My bond with my neighbors is not limited to Salutes, but to the fact that we lean on each other's shoulders on adversities. For instance, When I knew that my orphan neighbors had an accident that caused them a permanent paralysis, I decided to stay with them during that period and take care of their meals and medicines dosages. Thanks to my community that taught me principles I am appreciative to have.