Read about the projects I've done from when I was an undergraduate student at Temple University and as a graduate student at Drexel University. These projects defined what I wanted to do in life.
During my time at Temple, I decided to explore my cultural heritage by researching about the historical buildings in Vietnam. At the same time, I was given the opportunity to explore the city of Philadelphia. I got to explore places I've never been to, and I've learned so much coming out from this.
As a graduate student at Drexel, I wanted to showcase my skills in what I want to do in the future, which is a combination of archiving and librarianship. I was very grateful to be an intern at the University of Pennsylvania's Biomedical Library where I learned skills I would need in my career. Out of all the projects I've done throughout college and grad school, I would say the project that really helped me boost my career was the Benjamin Rush Portal that I worked on and collaborated with best-selling author and professor Stephen Fried.