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  • 1. “First appearance deceives many.” - Ovid
  • 2. “The principal part of everything is the beginning.” – Legal Maxim
  • 3.  * Maysville Community College- Licking Valley Campus (August 2007- May 2009) * University of Kentucky (August 2009- May 2012- Bachelor of Arts, History)“A human being is not attaininghis full heights until he iseducated.” - Horace Mann
  • 4.  College of Arts and Sciences’ Dean’s List  *Fall 2011 Semester  *Spring 2011 Semester  Collective GPA (preceding Spring 2012 Semester): 3.3  “Nothing builds self-esteem and  self-confidence like  accomplishment.”  - Thomas Carlyle
  • 5.  HIS 499- Spring 2012- “The Discontent of the New Generation”- 20-25 page essay attempting to connect 1960s student protests to generational beliefs and a greater desire for student rights (Senior requirement- class topic: citizenship) HIS 580- Spring 2011- “Asheville: The crown jewel of the mountains”- 10 Pages- An overview of the history of Asheville and its place within the history of the Appalachian region- what makes it the same as the rest of the region as well as vastly different HIS 468- Spring 2011- Using 5 different authors, this is an attempt to compare and contrast the opinions regarding president Gerald ford RECURRING THEMES- Post-world war ii America, evolution of a city
  • 6.  Top 5 Strengths: RESTORATIVE EMPATHY “Greatness lies not in being strong, but in the right use of strength.” HARMONY - Henry Ward Beecher INCLUDER COMMUNICATION
  • 7. ARCHIVIST*I WANT HISTORY TO “COMEALIVE.” TEXTBOOKS DON’TPROVIDE QUITE THE RUSH FORME AS A PRIMARY SOURCE- THEPOWER OF THE VOICE ITSELF.*ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS-“ORDER FROM CHAOS”GATEKEEPER OF HISTORY-KEEP THE DOOR REVOLVING!“I began waking up slowly into history, fromwhich we do not emerge as from othernightmares.” – Martha Cooley, The Archivist
  • 8. Travel writer *desire to travel *attempting to understand the world *varied settings and locations- hopefully, a lack of monotony!“Travel, instead of broadening the mind, often merely lengthensthe conservation.” – Elizabeth Drew
  • 9. URBAN PLANNER *love of atlases/maps *interest in the evolution of cities and the recurring themes they carry throughout world history *analyzing the purpose of just about everything to understand its place in the whole“A great city is not to be confoundedwith a populous one.” -Aristotle
  • 10.  E-mail: ADSI223@g.uky.edu  Cell phone #: (859)-298-1162  Twitter: mxc_takeshi“If you don’t get noticed, you don’t haveanything. You just have to be noticed,but the art is in getting noticednaturally, without screaming or withouttricks.” - Leo Burnett 