英文自傳︰數學與科學 Mathematics and Science
數學與科學英文自傳範例 Mathematics and Science Autobiography Example
I enjoy learning, developing and exploring new ideas, concepts and ways of working. An interest that I hope may lead to a mentoring or teaching position, where I will be able to share ideas in a researching, developing and learning environment. I strongly believe that any future career path that I eventually follow will rely heavily on a solid foundation, consisting of a sound education to degree level and beyond. Combined with the character building, networking and confidence that I believe university life will provide me with.
I have a wide cross section of interests both within and outside of the education system. A strong theme throughout all of my interests has always been a need to know and understand “how and why”.
Whether it be the detailed workings of an internal combustion engine, the origin of the universe, the complex nature of the human immune system or the driving force of the stock exchange, I always like to know what makes them tick. This thirst for knowledge has lead me to search out data in the many forms that it is available, be it books in the local library, the vast resources on the internet, television documentaries or many of the regular publications currently available. I regularly read many periodic publications, including; National Geographic, New Scientist and The Economist.
I have a keen interest in most sports. In particular I regularly compete in swimming galas for Newark swimming club and also play indoor bowls, both socially and competitively. Alongside my interest in swimming, I have undertaken several years of training in life saving techniques, achieving bronze, silver and gold National Rescue Standard Certification. As part of this training I have recently qualified as a National Rescue Standard level 2 Pool Lifeguard. In time I hope that these qualifications will allow me to earn a part time income to help support university funding. At present I volunteer my services as a lifeguard to support Newark swimming club. Whilst performing life guard duties, I also enjoy working with the coaching team to offer guidance, support and training for new and less experienced club members of Newark swimming club.
In addition to regular swimming galas, I have also competed in several open water events and modern triathlons. Whilst I am not usually the “front runner”, I do find these events challenging and character building as they push me to the limits of my ability (sometimes beyond).
During my time at college I have had several part time jobs, all of which have helped be improve my confidence. I am currently working part time at a popular bistro pub. Whilst I have no long term ambition to follow this as a career path, I strongly believe that the busy working environment of a professional kitchen has helped me to learn key skills in communication, working to deadlines, prioritising tasks and effective teamwork.
I have many interests and consider the experience of university life to be very important for my future life. In my visits to universities I have been very impressed by the facilities at Lincoln University.
每一門科學學科是從過去到現在很多科學家集體創作的結果，科技的發展，牽涉到知識的累積與傳承，不知各位同學有沒有想過，這些知識是如何保存下來，讓後代的科學家能跟著前人的腳步繼續前進呢？為了讓科學知識的傳遞沒有時間、種族的隔閡，每一學科在記錄該學門的知識成果，有它自己的一套系統，這套系統並不會因時、因地、因人而改變。比如說，我們現在去看 100 年前、200 年前或更久前的文獻，並不會有困難，不會有年代的代溝，又比如說美國人去看義大利人寫的文章，不會有種族不同的困難，當然前提是文章是用英文寫的，或者是美國人看得懂義大利文。這套知識儲存的系統之所以能恆久運作的原因，就我個人來看，在於科學家找到了能表達思想的語言-數學。