Archive for May, 2012

Atlanta Untitled 5

Posted by David Walter Banks on May 31, 2012 in Personal, Projects | No Comments

According to the Myers Briggs personality test, I am an extrovert.  This makes sense to me, and is probably true for the most part.  I do enjoy group gatherings and social situations.  Befriending and speaking to strangers, however, was something beyond my grasp for most of my youth.  It was not my ability to perform, […]

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Miami and Musings on Education

Posted by David Walter Banks on May 30, 2012 in Education, News, Personal, Travel | No Comments

Change is the only thing we can really count on. People, countries, cultures, beliefs – they all change.  For me, outlooks change and evolve over time.  I used to say I would never marry, and now I’m happily wed.  I said I would never own property, and here I am a proud home-owner.  My views […]

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GA Tech for U.S. News & World Report

Posted by David Walter Banks on May 25, 2012 in Editorial | No Comments

I spent the afternoon on the lovely urban campus of Georgia Institute of Technology in downtown Atlanta, hopping from one classroom to the next for U.S. News & World Report’s 2013 Best Graduate Schools edition.  Ranked as the fourth best engineering graduate program in the nation, Georgia Tech did not disappoint on my brief tour.

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