Students in EXPLO art classes put on an exhibition of their final projects in the Yale School of Art's Green Gallery.
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.
Students showcase the hard work they've put into their courses at the One World event through a variety of presentations and simulations about global citizenship.
Our students lead Community Meeting and it's a hit! The audience sits on the edge of their seats, fully enthralled by the well orchestrated show.
Future of Medicine students split into groups and do research, preparing for their presentation on big data in regards to public health.
Chemistry Lab students try to identify an unknown compound. They use a variety of methods to determine the identity of the substance, including burning to observe if there is any color change and measuring PH.
DIY students cut paper designs and use silkscreen to print them on shirts.