It's quite alright! Accidents happen. It's not the first time it's happened to me, and I'm sure it won't be the last. She's also gotten some emails intended for me, so it evens out in the end. My dad was a stay-at-home dad when I was small, and mum was (and still is) a lawyer. I can see how it would get annoying fast, though. What did your dad teach, if you don't mind me asking?
Yeah, doing things remotely is never as fun as doing them in a traditional academic type setting. Most of the time, anyway. That's good you're able to take some classes ahead of time. Get as many of the extraneous ones out of the way as you can, so you can focus more intensively on the ones you actually need for your major. I did something similar prior to starting at Oxford. Took classes over the summer as much as I could, so I could have more time for the ones relevant to medicine. I'm glad to hear you're enjoying your time on the ship. I get how it could induce a bit of stir-craziness, but on the bright side, you'll have an advantage over those who've never been on a starship before. We very well might! If not on the Enterprise then perhaps on another ship.
Haha alright, fair enough xD They're not yet, but they will be when the new term starts... which is not all that far away. If you'd like, I can check with them and see if they're okay with me giving you their contact information so you can get in touch with them about the materials.
It is! There are some formulas and mathematics involved with medicine too, but it's of an entirely different sort than engineering. And yes, that's pretty accurate for me too. To be honest, I hadn't originally intended to go into medicine. I'm glad I changed my mind on the matter, though. I'm finding it's much more rewarding than I had anticipated. So far, at least. But I don't foresee that changing once I start actively practicing.
No, it's not at all creepy. Don't worry. I'd love to keep in touch. I could even show you around a bit once you do get here. Well... assuming I'm actually still here, and haven't graduated and been assigned to a ship yet, of course.