Part III - Watch the online view "The Last Lecture" given by the late Dr. Randy Pausch.

If you had one last lecture to give before you died, what would it be? Dr. Randy Pausch, diagnosed with terminal cancer and only a few months to live, was a computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA). In keeping with tradition of college professors retiring, he gave his last lecture on September 18, 2007 to his students and faculty.

As you are watching the video (a consdensed version of the last lecture he presented on the Oprah show), take notes in your BRMS Journal on the lessons learned and words of wisdom he presents throughout the lecture. Summarize the key points and then reflect on how they influence your own path in life and what you want to be know for.



Part V – Synthesize your notes for a Wiki Reflection on the discussion tab of this page and respond to the following questions:

· What words of wisdom will you take from Randy Pausch as you embark on a future career path and life?

· Which of his “life lessons” impact you the most right now? Explain your response.

· What are your dominant personality components based on the survey and what is your reaction to your score on the survey? How does this influence your own career aspirations?

· Read through the Wiki responses before yours and respond to two or more of your classmates Wiki responses.