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Growing up, I always loved building with boxes of assorted Legos and K’NEX, and as I often spent most of my childhood playing around in the basement where my father stored all the scrap wood, tools, and screws, I inevitably began to adventure into the more creative world of designing and assembling without limitation. From my first experience building a stool for Cub Scouts to my most recent internship in the Biomedical Engineering department at the University of Delaware, I have constantly surrounded myself with creation, always exploring my inquisitive nature. My love for design especially draws me to Brown with its open curriculum and encouragement of a broad education in engineering while also specializing in my specific interest. Through

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