My name is Kristin Caddick. I
am a freshman in the College of Natural Resource's Fisheries,
Wildlife, and Conservation Biology program. While at NC State, I
have had the opportunity to expand my interests by participating
in varied groups across campus. I am part of the Women's Club
Rugby Team and a member of the Outdoor Adventures team as a Rock
Wall Supervisor. Additionally, I am a member of the College of
Natural Resource's Engaging Leaders program and have recently
been selected as a Caldwell Fellow. Outside of school, I spend
my free time enoing, watching documentaries, and backpacking.
So far, I am quite enjoying CSC 200. In lecture, I am loving the organization in the course. Because the lectures are divided into powerpoint slides, I find it easy to track my studying progress. In lab, I am enjoying the easy going class dynamic. It is the perfect balance between professionalism and comfortableness. One thing I would particularly like to learn about is about software development in relation to social media. I believe we cover these two topics later in the course. However my least favorite aspect of the course is the Computing for Ordinary Mortals reading. Although I find it mildly interesting at points, I find the material dense and hard to apply to lecture.
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