Tuskegee Airmen fought for freedom. Now, posterity will remember their fight to educate the next generation matriculating to pursue degrees in aviation, aerospace, science technology, and other fields.
Name: Dayvie J. Paschall
School: Florida A&M University
Graduation: April 2009
Honors: National Dean's List; Alpha Rho Chi Professional Fraternity
This semester is progressing well and I am currently in the process of contracting my honors courses. I am taking 5 classes = 17 credit hours.I have managed to stay ahead of the degree's outlined curriculum, taking a few classes a semester in advance. I project that this will lighten my work load as I advance to upper division. In addition, I enjoy taking classes with some of the older students, for they have a great deal to offer and I have made many friends throughout the program where I am comfortable with working in many atmospheres.
This semester has also afforded many opportunities for me to become more active in the school community. I have recently taken on the role of publications chair for my fraternity and partake in many of their other extracurricular activities. I'm going to be even more productive this year.
I want to thank you for being supportive over these last few years and I will continue to write.
Dayvie J. Paschall