Less than three days in London and I am still excited! We have seen so much in such a short amount of time and still have much more to go. Something that I noticed, and really enjoyed, was the 50/50 mix of modern and historical architecture. I’m not one to mix and match so distinctly, but the way this city has managed to accomplish this balance is beyond compare. For instance, with the church we visited today, we saw a Starbucks attached right under it. It’s amazing how well spun business was with religion, and how extremely ironic. On that same note; Saint Paul’s is another version of this mix. The fact that the crypt was now used as a store and cafe was frustratingly hilarious. Who knew what was to come of this spectacular place of worship back in its early stages of building?
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There are two experiences I went through this past year. The first would be my major switch. It was a terrifying yet exhilarating experience, but I learned that this was something that no matter how tedious the work, I still loved it. The other experience was getting to be a Resident Advisor. I learned a lot about myself and how I interact with others.
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ACADEMIC PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Green Engineering Scholars Project Presentation, September – November 2015
This project consisted of the collaboration with two other team members to research a solution to plastic waste. Individual responsibilities included research, documentation, and presentation of project. The innovation we selected is called the Ooho! an edible water bottle made of biodegradable materials.
To see presentation, please click the link: EdibleWB
My name is Emoree Heiselt and I want to make a difference. During my high school years, I attended The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science (MSMS), a residential high school for the best and brightest of the state of Mississippi, and surrounded myself in academia and great friends. Since graduation, I have been attending The Ohio State University (OSU) majoring in Architecture. With architecture I plan on working with others to make the world a better and eco-friendly place in whatever way I can.