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My name is Ashlee Liao. This is my first year at North Carolina State University, so I am technically a freshman because I graduated from high school last May. However, I have transferred enough credits from a community college to be considered a junior. Currently, my major is Engineering First Year - Biomedical Intent, but I am planning to submit my CODA and become a mechanical engineering major with a focus in biomechanics. I am also considering a double major with biology. I want to go into engineering because I want to be able to apply mathematics and science to create something to improve the quality of life. I specifically want to go into biomechanics because I have a strong interest in biology, and I would love to be able to explore deeper into biology while applying what I learned there towards something to ease the life of another.

My favorite hobby is playing the piano. I have only been playing for a few years, so I am not that good at it. Regardless, I enjoy playing it, and it is something I can do to relax. The variety of songs a piano can be used to play is fantastic. Oftentimes, songs not originally intended for the piano can be transposed to be played on the piano, but those can be difficult, such as Pachelbel's Canon, which was originally written for a string quartet. Even though it is not optimized to be played on the piano, it can still sound wonderful, depending on how it was transposed.

Minute Labs Veh-day-Os!
  1. Lay out two slices of whole wheat bread.
  2. Place a layer of cheddar cheese on top of each slice of bread.
  3. Put a few slices of sliced meat of your choice (I prefer anything except ham. Pastrami is a nice selection) or a piece of grilled chicken on top of one slice of bread.
  4. Add a layer of spinach and tomatoes on top of the meat and complete the sandwich by placing the other slice of bread and cheese on top of the tomatoes and spinach.
  5. Toast and Enjoy!
Class Expected Grade
Applied Differential Equations 1 A
Probability and Statistics for Engineers A
Introduction to Computing Environments S
Ducking and Piano