Transcript: -Global Studies Program at McQueen -Ahead in science -Easier math class -Honors English -Cornell was founded by Ezra Cornell and Andrew Dickson White. -Cornell was a self-made businessman and philanthropist. -White was a Yale graduate who longed for a "great American university." -Together they achieved this goal in 1865. -Cornell University was inaugurated on October 7th, 1868. -The school had a total enrollment of 412 students. -Language Major -Travel -US Department of State -Foreign service -Representing America English: -Deeper thinking and understanding when I read and write -SAT vocab -Proper way to write an essay History Cornell University By Alex Pereyra Social Studies: -Analyzing the ideas and actions of people before -Better understanding of politics -Why the world is how it is today How GT Has Prepared Me For College Science: -Physical Science -Biology -Ahead in highschool How I Will Prepare Myself For College Math: -Formal Geometry -Algebra 1 -Ahead in highschool Student Life -Located in Ithaca, NY, (suburban/rural) -745 acres -Colors: White and Carnelian -Mascot: Big Red Bear -World class dining rooms and eateries -500 student organizations -Community centers and outdoor spaces -70 sororities and fraternities -43,413$ in tuition and fees -Natural beauty, (Cascade Gorge, Beebe Lake, Fall Creek) -54% of students are minorities -50/50 male to female ratio -"I would found an institution where any person could find instruction in any study." Academics My "Dream" -Ivy League -14 different colleges -College Scholar Program -Dual Degree Program -Phi Beta Kappa - The Theta of New York -Mellon Mays Program -Study Abroad Program -Independent Study and Major Programs -52 language programs -IMPAC Program (Asian language intensive)
Transcript: Why I Chose This The total cost of the year is about $43,185.00. This is way more fee than in-state tuition. Because in-state tuition is about $27,045.00 and that is a little compared to the out of-state tuition. The School Location Main Subjects The main subjects for architecture is math and science. More math is involved with this career and since more math is involved I would have to take more math courses. Some classes that I need to take is design school. Lot of math courses. Building design course. admissions The Money This school is located out of state. It is located in Ithaca, New York, United States. That is pretty far from Georgia. School Fight Song You must submit your scores for either the SAT Reasoning Test or the ACT with Writing. Some of our undergraduate colleges/schools also have specific requirements for the SAT Subject Tests. A formal interview is required for those applying to the School of Hotel Administration and the architecture program in Architecture, Art, and Planning. You also need to send lot of random applications. The lyrics to the Cornell Alma Mater are: Far above Cayuga's waters With its waves of blue Stands our noble Alma Mater Glorious to view (Refrain) Lift the chorus Speed it onward Loud her praises tell Hail to thee our Alma Mater Hail, all hail, Cornell! Far above the busy humming Of the bustling town Reared against the arch of heaven Looks she proudly down (Refrain) Sentry-like o'er lake and valley Towers her regal form Watch and ward forever keeping Braving time and storm So through clouds of doubt and darkness Gleams her beacon light Fault and error clear revealing Blazing forth the right To the glory of her founder Rise her stately walls May her sons pay equal tribute Whene'er duty calls When the moments swiftly fleeting Ages roll between Many yet unborn shall hail her Alma Mater, Queen! In the music of the waters As they glide along In the murmur of the breezes With their whispered song In the tuneful chorus blending With each pealing bell One refrain seems oft repeated Hail, all hail, Cornell Here, by flood and foaming torrent Gorge and rocky dell Pledge we faith and homage ever To our loved Cornell. May time ne'er efface the memory Of her natal day And her name and fame be honored Far and wide alway! I chosed this college because this was the best college for a undergraduate architect. It was ranked number one in the country for undergraduates. christian guardado Cornell University
Transcript: Liberal Arts Cornell University President of cornell unvirsity Private/Public Institutions - Private and public institutions differ primarily in terms of their source of financial support. Public institutions receive funding from the state or other governmental entities and are administered by public boards. Private institutions rely on income from private donations, from religious or other organizations, and student tuition. Privet college David J. Skorton College- College serves the needs of students, Career Development Facilitators and school administrators across the Upstate, providing college, career and life skills assistance to high school students transitioning to a college or career. Public College An education based on traditional arts and science. this includes courses in the Humanities, social Science, Natural Science and mathematics.
Transcript: 16 units including: 4 English 3 math 3 science 3 of one foreign language private school $43,185 for in & out of stae studdents located: Ithaca NY founded in 1865 by Ezra Cornell and Dickson White. population Mascot undergraduate population; 14,158 major ethnic groups 28% New York state 16% Middle Atlantic 12% west 9% New England festivals year round professional theaters offers both a natural and city campus feeling for students has been named one of the foodiest towns in America Also names one of the best green places to live Websites I used: http://www.cornell.edu/ Popular Majors Engineering Business management Agriculture Fun Facts Admission Requirements Campus Mascot: Big red bear Cornell University
Transcript: Cornell University A quick, virtual visit to the campus of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Includes 30+ photos, video and sound, profile description, athletics and facilities. Founded: 1865 Faculty: 1,627 Enrollment: 19,639 Graduate and Professional Students: 6,077 Undergraduates: 13,562 In action Campus Map Introduction and Basics 29:30 42:00 Donations and Activities Slope Day, Cornell NOW!, Tailgate Activities, Spring break and a $25 Mil. donation announcement Dorms A: Dormitories, Fraternities and Sororities B: Campus Buildings, Halls and Labs C: Townhouses and Community Centers D: Science and Medicine Facilities Architecture Panorama: http://www.cornell.edu/tours/tidbit_templateceaa.html Fine Art and Performing Arts Profile Frats and Sororities McGraw Tower Sage Chapel and Johnson Museum of Art http://www.cornell.edu/maps/tour/fsnode.cfm?node=Sage_Chapel_Altar Campus Buildings Ithaca Campus Campus Digital Tour Sports Facilities Community http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=SDyl7iJ3fsI#t=1766s http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=SDyl7iJ3fsI#t=2553s Big Red Bear Sports and Culture Study Spots Video being projected onto Johnson Museum of Art Law Building Aerial view of campus and Cayuga Lake. Art Department There are more than 260 major buildings on the 745 contiguous acres that comprise Cornell's flagship campus atop East Hill overlooking the city of Ithaca and the southern basin of Cayuga Lake. Widely admired as one of the world's most beautiful academic settings, the campus was once the family farm of the university's co-founder, Ezra Cornell. Homecoming and Pep Rallies Top:AD White Library Bottom: Libe Slope
Transcript: C Undergraduate College of Agriculture and Life Sciences1874 College of Architecture, Art, and Planning1871 College of Arts and Sciences1865 College of Engineering1870 School of Hotel Administration1922 College of Human Ecology1925 School of Industrial and Labor Relations1945 Graduate Graduate School1909 Cornell Law School1887 Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management1946 Weill Cornell Medical College1898 Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences1952 NYS College of Veterinary Medicine1894 The recommended minimum scores are: TOEFL - Score of 100 (Internet-based exam) IELTS - Score of 7 Your Intellectual Potential Have you challenged yourself with the highest-level courses? How have you demonstrated your passion for learning? Your Character Honesty. Open-mindedness. Initiative. Empathy for others. Your values are important to Cornell. Do your application essays and recommendations reflect your strongest personal attributes? Your Involvement Extracurricular activities. Community involvement. Workplace experience. Leadership. What special talents or interests have you developed? Your Reasons for Choosing Us Whether you’ve decided on a major or not, how do you plan on taking advantage of the exceptional learning environment at Cornell? Why is it the right place for you? Cornell fully supports equality of opportunity. No one is denied admission because of race, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, or disability. Students also frequently ask us what we are looking for in the application essays they submit. Here are tips to consider: Tip #1: Give careful thought to the questions asked, but don’t try to write the answers that you think we want to hear; give us the answers that tell us about you. Tip #2: In your essay, help us understand your thoughts and feelings about something that is important to you. We are interested in the topic you choose, how you develop your idea, and how well you express yourself. Cornell University colleges & schools What do we look for ? The Lynah salute Men's Lacrosse ------Athletics Activities Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art Animal Science Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management Biochemistry Biological and Environmental Engineering (with the College of Engineering) Biological Sciences Biology and Society Biometry and Statistics Communication Crop and Soil Sciences Development Sociology Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (with the Colleges of Engineering and Arts and Sciences) Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Education Entomology Food Science Horticulture Information Science (with the Colleges of Engineering and Arts and Sciences) International Agriculture and Rural Development Landscape Architecture Microbiology Molecular Biology and Genetics Natural Resources Neurobiology and Behavior Nutritional Sciences Plant Biology Plant Breeding and Genetics Plant Pathology Admission Agriculture Quad viewed from Bradfield Hall, Ithaca's West Hill and Cayuga Lake in the background Housing Essays Cornell North Campus Cornell West Campus "I would found an institution where any person can find instruction in any study." -Ezra Cornell, 1865 Schoellkopf Field home of Cornell Big Red football
Transcript: BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY First Glance ACADEMIC OVERVIEW Bucknell University is a Liberal Arts institution located in beautiful Lewisburg, PA. It was founded in 1846 and is revered as one of the most prestigious universities on the East Coast. It consists of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Freeman College of Management and the College of Engineering. FIRST GLANCE COLLEGE of ARTS AND SCIENCES The rich tradition of the College of Arts & Sciences forms the heart of Bucknell's liberal arts curriculum. From astronomy, art history and neuroscience to economics, East Asian studies and music, our students explore their passions and discover new interests as they gain different perspectives on a complex world. They choose from dozens of majors and hundreds of courses in the arts and humanities, the social sciences and the natural sciences and mathematics. Our professors are passionate about their fields and eager to help students dig deep and make exciting intellectual connections. Our graduates are equipped with the critical-thinking, communication and cross-cultural skills that employers seek. Just as important, they gain a strong foundation for a lifetime of curiosity, exploration and personal fulfillment as they prepare to go out and make the world a better place. Programs and Rankings Offering nearly 50 majors and 70 minors, the College of Arts & Sciences encourages you to combine your interests and design your own path to success. Our professors are passionate about their fields and eager to help students dig deep and make exciting intellectual connections. Our graduates are equipped with the critical-thinking, communication and cross-cultural skills that employers seek. They gain a strong foundation for a lifetime of curiosity, exploration and personal fulfillment as they prepare to go out and make the world a better place. PROGRAMS and RANKINGS Explore our Departments & Programs Geology & Environmental Geosciences History International Relations Languages, Cultures & Linguistics Latin American Studies Mathematical Economics Mathematics Music Neuroscience Philosophy Physics & Astronomy Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Sociology & Anthropology Spanish Theatre & Dance Women’s & Gender Studies https://www.bucknell.edu/academics/college-arts-sciences/academic-departments-programs African Studies Animal Behavior Art & Art History Biology Biophysics Cell Biology/Biochemistry Chemistry Classics & Ancient Mediterranean Studies Comparative & Digital Humanities Computer Science East Asian Studies Economics Education English Environmental Studies & Sciences Geography Where We Can Take You WHERE WE CAN TAKE YOU What Makes Us Different? WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT Division I Athletics BUILD A NETWORK Bucknell Internship Undergraduate Research & Internship Opportunities https://www.bucknell.edu/internship-opportunities For many Bucknell students, their most meaningful academic experiences are the research projects they undertake with faculty mentors.The University provides many opportunities for students to get involved in research, starting the summer before their first semester and continuing through all four years. Internships are about more than building experience; they're where you can experiment and discover the career that's right for you. As you set forth on your career path, Bucknell has experts and resources to help guide you.We help our students explore their futures with internships both on campus and around the country, including options that give you hands-on working experience, networking and class credit. FACULTY & STAFF The faculty and staff of the College of Arts & Sciences are dedicated to the intellectual and personal development of every student. Topic
Transcript: Cornell University Cornell is consistently ranked among the top twenty universities in the world in a variety of rankings. Cornell has 36 varsity intercollegiate teams that have the nickname of the Big Red. An NCAA Division I institution, Cornell is a member of the Ivy League and ECAC Hockey and competes in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC), the largest athletic conference in North America. James Lynah (1881 – February 24, 1956) was an American businessman and sports administrator who is considered the principal founder of the Eastern College Athletic Conference. James Lynah, 1905, of Savannah, Georgia, was elected captain of the 1904 eleven at a meeting, held on Monday, of the men who won their Varsity letter in the Princeton and Pennsylvania games. Lynah came to Cornell a year ago from Clemson College. South Carolina, and during the Fall has been substitute quarterback and fullback on the Varsity eleven. In '97 he captained the Savannah, Ga., high school team and in 1900 and 1901 played right end and right halfback on the Clemson College team. He is a member of Sigma Phi fraternity and is a candidate for the degree of electrical engineer. 1902: Dissent on campus among the students over the college's rigid military discipline and overcrowding in the barracks, among other things, leads to in-fighting between the student body and faculty, some of whom, it becomes obvious, are hated by the cadets. Senior James Lynah ill-advisedly steals a turkey from the yard of history professor W.S. Morrison and his graduation is held up. The senior class petitions the faculty to let him graduate. The senate cannot muster the three-fourths majority required to expell Lynah during its January 22-January 23 meeting, but suspends the cadet indefinitely. The secret proceedings of the meeting become known to the students within the day, revealing that at least one faculty member, sympathetic to the students, leaked the debate. An outraged President Henry Simms Hartzog calls a special meeting of the professors and denounces the "eavesdroppers or traitors in the Faculty" and describes "the condition of affairs" as "annoying, serious, and disgraceful." Eventually, Lynah is allowed to graduate, and becomes a loyal alumnus Unofficial mascot is a bear sometimes named "Touchdown" Mascot: Motto Admissions Established: Family History Location Ithaca, NY, USA Location: Of those admitted, the average SAT Verbal score was 700, while the average SAT Math was a 720. 1865 A Cornell education prepares students for life's journey. Our distinctive approach combines a liberal arts education with the rigors of scientific inquiry. Students learn to be critical thinkers with a global outlook poised to respond to the challenges ahead Athletics small city, 750 acres Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., Cornell University, www.wiki.com, N.P, 7 January 2012 "I would found an institution where any person can find instruction in any study." -Ezra Cornell, 1865 MLA For the undergraduate class of 2014, Cornell admitted a total of 6,673 students out of 36,338 applicants, for an acceptance rate of 18%. Campus: Type: Students: History: Private with 14 colleges and schools, including 4 statutory colleges 20,939 Cornell University was founded on April 27, 1865 as the result of a New York State (NYS) Senate bill that named the university as the state's land grant institution. Senator Ezra Cornell offered his farm in Ithaca, New York as a site and $500,000 of his personal fortune as an initial endowment. Fellow senator and experienced educator Andrew Dickson White agreed to be the first president. During the next three years, White oversaw the construction of the initial two buildings and traveled around the globe to attract students and faculty. The university was inaugurated on October 7, 1868, and 412 men were enrolled the next day. Diane Kubarek, Cornell University, www.cornell.edu, N.P, 10 January 2012 Academics
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