One day, though, I was asked if I'd like to go to the University of Florida and become a Gator.
I paid for my own education by scholarship until I left university.
My split with the university was over the fact that I had become involved with helping Tibetans in India.
Made it through high school, went to the University of Minnesota.
My own ideals for the university are those of a genuine democracy and serious scholarship. These two, indeed, seem to go together.
In my eighties, my best friends are in their fifties, and I have many friends at university. It keeps one young, and up with the vocabulary. That's terribly important, especially for a writer.
But I went to the University of Texas in the 30s, and while there I learned to ride. Mostly polo ponies.
I happily took for granted that I would attend the very good local university and probably go on to its law school. Harvard was my father's idea.
After the United States entered the war, I joined the Naval Reserve and spent ninety days in a Columbia University dormitory learning to be a naval officer.
My own interest in basic aspects of electron transfer between metal complexes became active only after I came to the University of Chicago in 1946.
I've been employed by the University of Helsinki, and they've been perfectly happy to keep me employed and doing Linux.
When it came time to find employment, I set my sights on becoming an engineer at a home electronics manufacturer, a field that was closely related to my major at university.
Together with just about every other student in the school, I devoted a great deal of effort to studying for the university entrance examination.
The Faculty of Technology of Tohoku University is renowned for its tradition of practical studies.
In 1978, I entered Tohoku University, into the Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Technology.
No, I'm happy to go on living the life I've chosen. I'm a university teacher and I like my job.
My main graduate training was received at the University of Chicago from which I received the Ph.D. in 1938.
I attended schools in Seattle through the University of Washington, from which I was graduated in 1931. I spent the next year at Northwestern University.
After the war, I returned to Minnesota, from which I soon moved to Brown University, and a year later, to Columbia University where I remained from 1947 until 1958.
At my father's request I took up the study of law at the University of Zurich In 1863.
On February 22, 1855, Pennsylvania Governor William Pollock signed the charter that created what is today The Pennsylvania State University.
After taking my B.A. degree in 1939 I remained at the University for a further year to take an advanced course in Biochemistry, and surprised myself and my teachers by obtaining a first class examination result.
I graduated from Yale in 1969, from the University of Florida Law School in 1974, and passed the Colorado bar and was admitted in 1975.
In the year 1915 a series of trivial incidents led some Chinese students in Cornell University to take up the question of reforming the Chinese language.
What you have is two men seeking the White House they're both products of prominent New England families. They both went to private boarding schools. They both went to a prestigious university.