On the final day of the session, students in the Trial Law + The American Justice System conducted mock trials with two State Supreme Court Justices, the Honorable Richard Gabriel (Colorado) and the Honorable Jospeh Jabar (Maine) presiding. Students spent three days working in teams to develop their arguments under the guidance of esteemed law professor Barbara Bernier and Judge Gabriel.
Trial Law + The American Justice System students discuss and rehearse their final arguments of the session — while soaking up a little sun and enjoying some maskless time with their Concentration cohorts.
Students in the Surgical Interventions + Biomedical Engineering students were enthralled with Dr. Scott Weiner's presentation on how to take a balanced, evidence-based, patient-centric, value-driven approach to surgical interventions. Dr. Weiner is a Shoulder and Elbow Surgery Fellow at Johns Hopkins University.
Students in Surgical Interventions present their research on heart valves as a medical intervention to their classmates and a panel of experts video-conferencing in to witness it. After making final adjustments to their script, speaking to the knowledge they've accumulated in this short time, and listening to the other presentations, students are able to relax and celebrate all they've accomplished.
Business students prepare their culminating, evidence-backed business solutions and present them to a panel of consultants from Tyton Partners in Boston, Mass.
Racing against time before the real race begins, students in the Engineering Concentration conduct final tests before setting their self-driving cars on the track.
Students in the Engineering Concentration begin testing the self driving cars they built on a test track in the classroom. Each one checks their programming and details to ensure the smoothest ride. Instructors guide students to perfect their construction before the final drive later in the afternoon.
Surgical Interventions students were thrilled to participate in a Surgical Techniques Session with Dr. Richard King, Medical Director for Trauma at Central Maine Healthcare and Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. King talked with students about his own medical training and career journey. After discussing a real patient case of a gunshot wound to "the box", Dr. King, demonstrated how the lungs and chest tubes work using a simple model and then led students through a chest tube simulation and heart repair surgery on a cat specimen. Special attention was given to opening up the chest cavity and using suturing techniques to repair the torn cardiac tissue.
Students in our Business Concentration make their final preparations for their culminating presentation. The energy in the room was a classic mix of nerves and excitement in anticipation of the big day.
Students in the Business concentration present their initial proposals to revitalize businesses in the area. Their instructors provide guidance into each group of students' objectives as everyone finalizes their ideas for presentation.