Students paint the town red when they practice blood splatter identification. Using a 'blood-like substance' and various tools, they create patterns their peers can then examine. Comparing how the 'blood' splatters trains their eye to reverse engineer a crime's sequence of events.
Students in the Psychology + Neuroscience Concentration show their final presentations to their peers and a guest psychologist video conferencing in. After extensively investigating their chosen topics, students create a hypothesis and plan for further research to determine if their conclusions are correct.
Soap sits for a brief interview to discuss the cool and strange things they're learning in their CSI Concentration. After a long year of virtual learning, meeting new people and taking risks was necessary to jump start excitement for learning and the bright future ahead of them.
Engineering students build their self-driving car final projects! Lead Instructor Avis leads students through training the cars to run the course correctly. Groups collaborate to construct the cars and perfect their code before they put their wheels on the track the next day.
Medical Rotations students meet in a lecture hall to present their final case studies and diagnoses. After spending the past few days researching and discussing the ailments afflicting their simulated patient, students diagnose them and illustrate their treatment plans together for a group of visiting graduate medical students.
Manir sits for a brief interview outside. He discusses his interest in different medical fields and what he is learning about them in his Concentration. He then describes his excitement to returning to school and volunteering in-person, and all the things waiting for him in the coming year.
Students and staff take over the courts for a basketball tournament! Fans crowd the bleachers to cheer on their friends as they compete in a series of games for fun and bragging rights.
Psychology + Neuroscience students cycle through various stations where they attempt different mental health practices. First, Lead Instructor Lori leads guides through a meditation and reflection. Second, Instructional Coach Ryan leads them in creating lists of gratitude. Finally, their Teaching Fellow Maddie directs students as they create emotional caterpillars using Play-Doh and any feelings students may be experiencing in the moment.
Business students work to perfect their proposals. They share their ideas and slideshow with their teaching fellow to allow for tweaks to be made. Then, they step into a board room for a secondary guest consultation as they prepare for the final presentations later in the week.