Jacob Allen Utley; email@example.com
I have a wide range of interests. I have had a strong interest in science and research for many years, and I plan on studying and working in biochemistry. I have taken many steps to advance my experience in science, such as taking challenging classes and finding internship opportunities.
Co-Founder, Vice-President; Belmont Engineering, Architecture, and Robotics; Sep. 2017 - present.
Member; Student Members of the American Chemical Society, Belmont University Chapter; Sep. 2017 - present.
Student; Belmont University; Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Major, Mathematics Minor; Jun. 2017 - present.
Student; Stratford Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Magnet High School in the Academy of Science and Engineering; Aug. 2013 - May 2017.
Member; Interdisciplinary Science and Research program through Vanderbilt Center for Science Outreach; Aug. 2013 - May 2017.
Member (elected president, Aug. 2016); Stratford Science Club; Aug. 2015 - May 2017.
Programmer and Electrical Engineer; Stratford High School Robotics Team; Spring 2014, 2015, and 2016: designed, built, and programmed robots to participate in regional and worldwide competitions, including the 2016 FIRST Robotics Competition Championship in St. Louis, Missouri, in which the team reached subdivision finals. hfnj.es/t/zuvkok hfnj.es/t/rmnb74
Photographer; Stratford Photography Club; Aug. 2016 - May 2017: attended school events and used professional equipment to effectively capture sports and student life.
Student Ambassador; Stratford High School; Aug. 2013 - May 2017: represented the school by giving tours to visitors and speaking about the school as a voice of the student body.
Athlete; Stratford High School Tennis Team; Spring 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017: competed against other schools in tennis matches for my school’s tennis team.
Athlete; Stratford High School Cross-Country Team; Fall 2013, 2014, and 2015: ran in regional competitions for my school’s cross-country running team.
Intern; Belmont University, Department of Chemistry and Physics; Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program; Summer 2018: conducted research on metal ion exchange and nanoparticle synthesis in silica glass using thermal annealing and UV-visible spectrophotometry.
Intern; Vanderbilt University, School of Engineering, Medical-image Analysis and Statistical Interpretation Laboratory; Research Experience for High School Students program; Summer 2016: designed interactive educational software which uses the Xbox Kinect camera to render user-specific 3-dimensional organ models overlaying the body in real time. hfnj.es/t/2yj6dq
Intern; Shelby Bottoms Nature Center; Summer 2015: helped operate a local nature center by performing tasks such as external communications, making informational flyers, gardening, and managing trails.
Intern; Vanderbilt University, School of Engineering, Institute for Software Integrated Systems; Summer 2014: designed and built electronic bicycle safety and tracking components such as lights and sensors using programmed microcontrollers. hfnj.es/t/4z0p9u hfnj.es/t/qlmc32
Dean’s List Status Recipient; Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018: attained Dean’s List status at Belmont University by maintaining above a 3.5 GPA each semester. hfnj.es/t/86x922
Stratford High School Valedictorian with Honors and Distinction; May 2017: graduated high school as valedictorian and received Honors with Distinction for academic success.
Stratford High School Student of the Year; 2017: was chosen by administration to represent the school as the Student of the Year.
Bridges to Belmont Scholar; 2017: received a full scholarship to Belmont University on the basis of academic merit and approval by school admissions.
Presenter; 2017 Tennessee Junior Academy of Science: was accepted to present research paper for project Augmented Reality Mirror: Using Xbox Kinect to Overlay Realistic Organ Images in Real Time. hfnj.es/t/2xyniq
Lab Coat Recipient; 2016 Stratford High School Lab Coat Ceremony: was recognized by school for success in research work in class and in internships.
Second Place Poster Recipient; 2016 Student Research Symposium, Session II; Research Experience for High School Students program through Vanderbilt Center for Science Outreach for project Augmented Reality Mirror: Using Xbox Kinect to Overlay Realistic Organ Images in Real Time.
Path to a Future in Medicine Award Recipient; 2015 College of American Pathologists for project Wolbachia, The Gender-Selective Bacterium.
Gold Award Recipient; 2015 Middle TN STEM Innovation Hub Regional STEM Exposition; "Health & Human Services" for project Wolbachia, The Gender-Selective Bacterium.
Gold Award Recipient; 2014 Metro Nashville Public Schools Exposition; "Business, Marketing, & Information Technology" for project Fetch: Physics in Computer Gaming.
First Place Poster Recipient; 2014 Stratford STEM Project Exposition; "Business, Marketing, & Information Technology" for project Fetch: Physics in Computer Gaming.