Eminent Practice Interview Reflection

This week for Eminent, we had to conduct practice interviews to prepare for the upcoming interviews with our notables. We got into groups of three to four, with each of us taking turns interviewing each other with another person writing down feedback on an assessment sheet. Before the interviews, I had not realized we were to make interview questions for our […]

Eminent Introduction Post Reflection

During the process of reading and commenting on the posts, I found that all the posts from my peers were very well done and all a joy to read. I especially enjoyed being surprised by the accomplishments of the other notables my peers had written about, especially Paul Dicar and Marie Curie. I also liked how a lot of their posts had […]

In-Depth Blog Post #6

Hello! This is my sixth blog post for the In-Dept project, and in this week’s post, I will be discussing some progress that I’ve made on my skills, and how I’ve been using “How to Have a Beautiful Mind” by Edward de Bono to host more interesting conversations with my mentor. In addition, I’ll also […]

In-Depth Blog Post #5

Hello! This is my fifth blog post for the In-Dept project, and in this week’s post, I will be discussing some progress that I’ve made on my skills, and how I’ve been using “How to Have a Beautiful Mind” by Edward de Bono to host more interesting conversations with my mentor! Progress Update Since my […]

In-Depth Blog Post #4

Hello! This is my fourth blog post for the In-Dept project, and in this week’s post, I will be discussing some progress that I’ve made on my skills, and how I’ve been using “How to Have a Beautiful Mind” by Edward de Bono to host more interesting conversations with my mentor! Progress Update In the […]

In-Depth Blog Post #3

Progress Update After my second In-Depth blog post, I completed the FizzBuzz challenge my mentor gave me, and have shown it to my mentor in our recent meeting. Here’s a screenshot of my code for the FizzBuzz challenge. If you have a C# interpreter, you can type in the code in the screenshot and see […]