The Senior Building is buzzing with energy, with the class of 2016 hard at work on their Senior Projects. The first step in the formal process, submitting their project proposals, is complete, and the descriptions offer an exciting preview of what’s to come. Subjects this year include 3D-printed prosthetics, replicating a classic guitar, psychology of tennis, music therapy for autistic children, dance choreography and performance, brain injury, social entrepreneurship, a Claymation film, and designing and building sporting equipment.
Students will share their Senior Projects with the community in January. In the meantime, check out last year’s amazing work, and learn a bit more about the significance of the Ross School Senior Project.