Sam Dameron


Outline

  1. Personal Information
  2. Education
  3. Major
  4. All my travels
  5. Why I'm taking this class

Personal Information

I was born in Long Island, NY. When I was 8 years old, my family and I moved to Omaha, NE. I have lived in Omaha ever since then. I am currently in my last semester at UNO. It has taken a lot longer than expected, but I will finally have completed my degree.

Education

I went to Millard West High School and graduated in 2010. Ever since then, I have been going to UNO on and off again working on my degree. During this time, I have been on a metropolitan fire department. Received numerous training certifications and just complete my paramedic certification/license. After this semester, I will have completed my degree.

Major

My major is a Multidisciplinary Studies with a concentration in fire service management.

All my travels

As far as US travel goes, I have been to the following states From East to West Coast: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington DC, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and California. Places I have been fortunate enough to go to outside the Continental US include: St. Thomas, Grand Turk, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, France, and Switzerland.

Why I'm taking this class

I took this class because it meets an elective requirement for my degree. Also, this class seemed intriguing and could be useful for future trips. My wife and I would like to travel to Europe hopefully in the near future. This class could be very beneficial when we decide to plan that trip.

Assigned videos

I have watched both the long way round and the long way down. I purchased both the season on Amazon Prime Video. I watched the first episode of Idiot Abroad on YouTube and and to buy the second episode on Amazon since I could not find it. I also rented Where Should We Invade next on Amazon Prime.


I agree to post all assignments for this course on the web for the professor and other students to view.

Submitted by Samuel Dameron on January 21st, 2019.