An Interview On
Harvard University

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Interview Date:January 2019

Gender Identity: Female
Race/Ethnicity: Asian
Sexual Orientation: Heterosexual
Graduation Year: 2019
High School Experience: Private school with a graduating class of about 90 students. There was a culture of going to college.
First Generation College Student: No
Concentration: Biology. I’m not on the pre-med track.
Secondary Field: Art
Extracurricular Activities: I write for The Crimson, I am in the Conservation Society, and I do some public service through PBHA. I’m involved in music, so I play in different orchestras and chamber music groups. I also have done research.

Did any of your extracurricular activities have a particularly big impact on your experience?
PBHA did because I’m part of the music service program so that combined my interests in public service and music. The Crimson has because I’ve been making art as part of that organization, so that has been wonderful. The Conservation Society has also has played a big part because that is what I’m interested in

How easy was it to get involved in your undergraduate research?
It was pretty easy. You send a couple of e-mails to professors that you might be interested in working with. I did that sophomore year. Don’t expect every professor to say yes, but there will be at least one or two that will say yes. It is pretty easy to get involved.

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