Students in the Psychology and Neuroscience Concentration work together to perfect the research presentations they've been preparing. Spread out across the classroom and halls of the library, they practice and critique to ready themselves for the afternoon.
In this conversation, Professor of Law Dr. Barbara Bernier discusses teaching EXPLO students in her Trial Law + The American Justice system class. She shares her history of teaching law, how her class came together, and her many stops along the way.
The safety glasses, gloves, and lab coat get students ready and curious for their day in the lab. Here, they measure medicine, learn of its effects, and practice anatomical dissection.
Students in the Surgical Interventions + Biomedical Engineering Concentration practice dissection techniques before being presented with feline cadavers. Students then carefully cut and pull back individual layers with their scalpels and other surgical tools.
Today's focus in Engineering: the physics of flight! From experimenting with aerodynamic structure and analyzing the variables influencing their rocket to building their designs by hand and testing (and retesting) their work, the sky is the limit when it comes to our students' ideas.
Surgical Interventions students learn a skill required of any medical professional: how to suture.
Crew students head to Yale's Gilder Boathouse and enjoy an outdoor river ride on the final day of their workshop.