University of Alaska Fairbanks
Chemistry (Biochemistry & Molecular Biology), Class of 2014
Native Village of Council
An inaugural scholarship recipient, Isaac attends the University of Alaska Fairbanks and is majoring in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology!
Isaac, your degree sounds rough! What do you do in your free time?
Well since I quit playing video games right after high school, I tend to think about my previous physics & chemistry classes a lot. I try to piece together theories that might one day help contribute to efficient, clean alternative energy. It’s a little nerdy, but nerdy is the new cool!
No more video games?! Well, that probably is a good policy – We are sure you spend a lot of time studying! So, may we ask you another question? Why do you think marine conservation is important?
Marine conservation is very important. Since ~70% of the world is covered by water, we should practice the “tread lightly” rule, even if it means we spend hours on end experimenting and performing researching.
We here at CalebScholars.org agree! Our goal is to make our application process 100% green with a safe and secure online application system – which we hope we will unveil soon! Anyway, enough about our future plans! What does your future look like?
Keep going to school & try my best to contribute to the scientific pool of knowledge.
Well Isaac, that sounds awesome! Good luck on this semester, and we agree! Nerdy is the new cool!