Blogs

As a part of their cooperative education, UC students are currently serving as teaching assistants (TA) at JCI. To document their personal and academic experience, each student has been keeping a blog (see below). In the near future, JCI students will have similar experiential learning opportunities at UC. Stay tuned to see their journey unfold stateside!

Kaine Blog

 

Alyssa Kaine, a second year biomedical engineering student, grew up on the Westside of Cincinnati. The proud Bearcat is excited to venture outside of the Queen City to China and enjoys teaching her fellow classmates. Alyssa’s become quite the ping pong player as well. Check out her adventures by visiting: http://keepingupwithkaine.weebly.com/

Brandon Michaud grew up in Cleveland and moved to Cincinnati to attend UC CEAS for his mechanical engineering degree. The seasoned Ultimate Frisbee player has been enjoying his sight-seeing quests outside of the city. To see what cultural treasures he’s discovered, please visit: http://brandonsmichaud.weebly.com/blog.html

 

Brandon Michaud grew up in Cleveland and moved to Cincinnati to attend UC CEAS for his mechanical engineering degree. The seasoned Ultimate Frisbee player has been enjoying his sight-seeing quests outside of the city. To see what cultural treasures he’s discovered, please visit: http://brandonsmichaud.weebly.com/blog.html

Brandon Michaud grew up in Cleveland and moved to Cincinnati to attend UC CEAS for his mechanical engineering degree. The seasoned Ultimate Frisbee player has been enjoying his sight-seeing quests outside of the city. To see what cultural treasures he’s discovered, please visit: http://brandonsmichaud.weebly.com/blog.html

 

Desiree Sanchez graduated from East Chicago Central High School in 2003, earned her BS in Management from Purdue University in 2008 and recently decided to go back to school at UC CEAS for her BS and MS in electrical engineering. She is also working on a non-profit organization to encourage women/minorities to pursue a STEM education and she’s been enlightening the CQU students about her mission. To view Desiree’s blog, please visit: http://desireesanchez.weebly.com/