I am not in IT, although by my very participation in these forums, one could argue that I (and all those who participate and are not in IT) have greater than average skill with computers and networking. I am currently pursuing doctoral degree in biochemistry, which may make me quite unique here. To be sure, those of us in this field are equally verbose, thoroughly self-centered, absolutely engrossed in our work, and have very little time for much else. Having said that, we all have our outlets...
i am in the gas and petroleum transporta
Wow. Do we have anybody within the humanities at all? :O
I am over in the University of Chicago. Still figuring on the major, high chance of it being International Business Relations...
College and University can be different things. Just thought I would point that out to you.
I currently attend MIT...it's a technical institute, but you can work all the way up to a Phd. (if you have the time and money...and brains of course).
University of California, Riverside. My major will be something English related, but right now it's undeclared.
University studying Electronic Engineering w/Music tech. And there are loads of people doing Elec Eng on this forum!
First year student at Columbia University, major is undecided.
junior chem major at university of pennsylvania. i have recieved awards such as the crc press freshman chemistry achievement award.
Freshman Computer Engineering student at the University of Arkansas
Also incredibly lazy. And incredibly bad at calculus.
I have a BSc in Electrical Engineering, and I applied for a class where I can do an MSc. I hope I get in...
currently undertaking a History/English joint degree in Cambridge, England,,, all good,,, thinking about getting my teachers certificate after,,,,
I am studying for a diploma in IT in a polytechnic soon.. classes should start around april i guess.. guess i will further studies in a university after my polytechnic studies and of course, after National Service (NS) where i have to serve in the army.. sigh..