As the sort of person who lives by the combined philosophies of “do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life” and “work to live, don’t live to work,” I’ve spent the last decade as a chef/ bartender and fabricator. I put my all into my work while at work, and my all into my life outside of work. I strive for balance in all things. It’s within the effort to fully engage in this life that I’ve turned my career path towards something I truly need to do, and enjoy: writing. I’ve found a passion and interest in cultural translation and tech innovation, and find myself working to refine my skills to be of use to greater population through the written word.
I am writing a thesis entitled “Segregation within the Accredited Educational System – a Trieste on Cooperative Sciences”. Its focus is to uncover the historical underlying segregation between departments of sciences within the accredited university system, and to promote a fundamental shift in academic process in regards to cross-disciplinary study. I am writing said thesis because, as stands, I have credits enough to cover multiple associates, or a few bachelors. I have chosen not to pursue any specific degree as each department intends for a focus which doesn’t lend to cooperation with other departments of thought. Due to my cross-disciplinary focus of Sociology, Communications, Material Sciences, and Fine Art, I have the language skills set to approach this subject from a relatively objective standpoint. In short, a decade of the higher learning in the educational system has taught me a great deal about successful forms of communication.
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