Crew students head to Yale's Gilder Boathouse and enjoy an outdoor river ride on the final day of their workshop.
Students in Creative Writing share their favorite passages from the pieces they've worked on this session.
Forensic Science assess a crime scene and dig up evidence to find out the cause of death of the body they find.
Future of Medicine students tour New Haven's Department of Health. They learn about different aspects of Public Health such as helping new mothers, giving vaccinations, and HIV/Aid prevention.
Advertising + Marketing students pitch to representatives from PEZ!
Justice Richard L. Gabriel talks to students today about the career path that led him to become a justice on the Colorado Supreme Court, his call to help people in the criminal justice system, and what it is like to be a lawyer in a highly public case — Justice Richard Gabriel was co-counsel for Michael Jackson in the case of Crystal Cartier v. Michael Jackson.
Applied Physics students engineer, build, and test-drive personal-sized hovercrafts.
Why are Future of Medicine students visiting the Yale Center for British Art Museum? To practice their observation skills on works of art in the museum. Strong observation skills, and the ability to ask questions and make inferences from observations, is one of the key skills a doctor needs to succeed.
Students of CPR and First Aid practice the various positions involved in applying the Heimlich Maneuver for adults as well as infants using CPR dummies.