Major: biological engineering
Hometown: Kathmandu, Nepal
Why did you choose Cornell Engineering?
The main reason I chose Cornell University was because of its biological engineering program which would allow me to explore areas like agriculture and health combined with engineering. There are abundant research opportunities and resources that I could rely on to learn about any topic that I am interested in. Cornell University also has one of the finest engineering programs in the world with the most distinguished faculty which would be a wonderful learning environment.
What is your favorite thing about Cornell Engineering?
I enjoy the way Cornell Engineering fosters my curiosity and I enjoy learning from people around me. Every individual has a unique story to tell and a fascinating culture to share.
What do you do outside of the classroom?
I work in Prof. Jung’s Lab in the BEE department where I do research about drop dynamics. Similarly, I am also a member of a professional fraternity, Theta Tau, and treasurer for the International Students Admissions Ambassador.
How was your experience adjusting to Cornell?
Being an international student, it was very interesting learning about college culture in a new country. The transition was mostly learning about the way things are here and getting used to the college lifestyle. I am glad I was accompanied by several other domestic as well as international students to help with my transition here.