Undergraduate biology student/freelance writer
Type: Career Profile
Biology, English & Language Arts
Curiosity is the most motivating factor in my career. There is so much we do not know about the world and science is the perfect way to satisfy my curiosity. I love learning new ideas every day and asking new questions. I find it rewarding to share my scientific knowledge with others in a way that is easy to understand.
I chose to study biology which is a pretty vast scientific field. I have not decided on which route to take after my undergrad yet. Eventually I hope to do research supported by private industries.
My advice would be not to worry too much about your future career. Focus on showing up every day and doing the best you can. Things will work out in the end.
I love to be outside and to be active. In the summers I frequently go on hikes, canoe trips, bike trips and road trips. During the winter months I do CrossFit to stay in shape. I like to travel when I can. I enjoy meeting new people from other cultures and eating different food from around the world.
I am currently studying biology at the University of Western Ontario. My fascination with science, particularly biology, has grown year after year throughout my undergrad. I have gotten to study ecology, plants, medicine, genetics, political science, environmental science, physics and chemistry. My undergrad has also allowed me to develop laboratory skills alongside scientific theory. Studying science definitely has improved my critical thinking and problem solving abilities while instilling a deep appreciation for life on earth.
When I was
- Literature and English language arts
- Food and Nutrition
- Physical Education/Health
- Enjoyed doing things on my own
- Always wanted to be outside
- Played on a sports team
- Enjoyed working with my hands
- Wanted to be in charge
- Liked being given free range to explore my ideas
- Liked reading
- Was really creative
- Never wanted to be in the classroom
- Felt great satisfaction in getting good grades
- Wasn’t sure what I wanted to do
- Liked to take things apart to see how they worked