Meet Cindy Ramjeawan (junior), an Integrated Digital Media major at the School of Engineering. Cindy strives to get everything she can out of her the School of Engineering education, especially because she’s in a city that is so media driven. She takes both undergraduate and graduate level courses, in addition to having work-study responsibilities and an internship at NBC.
Cindy’s day starts with a few classes in the morning, followed by three hours of work-study in admissions. “In the afternoon, I go to my graduate Design and Development class, which has really accelerated my learning and will help me in my career,” says Cindy.
As a media major, there’s no better place to be than New York City.
After class, she hops on the subway into Manhattan for her internship at NBC. “As a media major, there’s no better place to be than New York City. I’m surrounded by today’s top companies, and I’m making so many professional connections.” When she gets back to campus, there’s always time to meet up with friends before she heads back to her dorm to finish some homework and relax before bed.
What will your the School of Engineering day be like?
Hometown: Uniondale, NY
Major: Integrated Digital Media
Minor: Environmental Engineering
9:00am In the morning, I walk over to Rogers Hall to check my schedule.
9:15am Before I get ready for class, I grab some breakfast in the cafeteria.
10:00am First class of the day in Integrated Digital Media.
12:30pm After class, I head into lower Manhattan for my internship at NBC and Oxygen Media.
2:00pm I like to walk up to the Highline and eat lunch with friends.
5:30pm After work, I hop on the subway back to campus and study in MetroTech Square or one of my favorite parks nearby.
Pierre Marc Paras
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