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Statement of Intent
  Statement of Intent
Statement of Intent And More Education - Essay Samples And Term Paper For Students
This paper represents a personal statement from a student applying for a place in the Academy of Art College.
Statement of Intent It is with great pleasure that I have this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Doh-Soo Lee, and I am an international student from South Korea. I have recently completed my bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems at Roger Williams University in Rhode Island. My interest in computers developed as a result of my participation in a computer programming club in high school. When I had the opportunity to travel to the United States to study, I decided to further my knowledge in computer science. However, my first love continues to be art. I believe that my interest and talent in this area developed naturally, as my father is a professor of art at the Seoul National University. As a result, I have had a great deal of art experience. During my first semester at Roger Williams University, I was very homesick. My classes were difficult because my English skills were not well developed. However, I persevered and was able to finish my degree with a certain amount of success. Despite my homesickness, I was able to maintain a good morale toward schoolwork because of the art courses I enrolled in during this time. As part of the degree program at RWU, I was required to select five classes that were different from my major. These courses constitute one's "core concentration." My advisor recommended that I select business or science as my core concentration, but I was more interested in art. I received A's in all five classes, and I realized that I have talent in this area. My artistic talent was the basis for an internship that I participated in. In the fall of 1998, I saw a poster announcing a logo contest for the Feinstein Service Learning Program Community. I entered the contest and won first place. It so happened that the supervisor of this contest, Dr. Barbara L. Grota, was also the supervisor of internships at Roger Williams University. Dr. Grota was impressed with my artistic talent...   MORE >>
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