• Capstone Projects

The Capstone Project is intended to culminate the skills of the BME undergraduate degree. The  students are required to take the course and complete the project their senior year. Below are examples of student projects from previous years. 

Class of 2022

Skin Blood Flow Based on a Thermal Sensor

Students:  Rumaisa Baig, Aliza Sajid, Kinda Aladdasi, Hira Rizvi, and Eugenia Ponte

Advisor:  Dr. Jerome Schultz

3D Printing of Scaffolds for Cardiovascular Tissue

Students:  Ayesha Budhwani, Duc Ho, Dorothy Mwakina, Nicolas Nino

Advisor:  Dr. Renita Horton

Graphene Electrodes for Body Energy Harvesting

Students:  Sarah Hakam, Hy Doan, Attiya Hussaini, Krishna Sarvani Deshabtotla

Advisor:  Dr. Mario Romero-Ortega

COVID-19 Antibodies Detection Using Spike Protein Microarray Chip

Students:  Fariz Nazir, Chinenye Chidomere, Bryan Choo, Jessica Chidomere

Advisor:  Dr. Tianfu Wu

Relating Pressure to fNIRS Optical Signal Quality

Students:  Mautin Ashimiu, Shannen Eshelman, Amanda Reyes, Catherine Tran

Advisor:  Dr. Luca Pollonini and Dr. Samuel Montero Hernandez

Optimization of a Loading Tool for a Novel Cardiac Assist Device (CAD)

Students:  Amie Theall, Barbora Bobakova, Zarmeen Khan, Abigail Janvier

The ExoAssist:  A Soft Exoskeleton Device for Foot Drop

Students:  Alexandru Neagu, Dailene Torres, Loren Thompson, Dylan Creasey

Advisor:  Dr. Jose Luis Contreras-Vidal

Physical Therapy Device for Shoulder Rehabilitation

Students:  Jordyn Folh, Raeedah Alsayoud, Mirren Robison, Xanthica Carmona

Residual Gastric Volume by George’s Dye Dilution Method

Students:  Sarah Aldin, Rita Maduro, Patrick Calderon, Hebah Kafina

EEG-based Control of a Robotic Hand

Students:  Martin Reyes, Regan Persyn, Quynh Nguyen, Bryan Gutierrez

Advisor:  Dr. Yingchun Zhang and Michael Houston

ASD Screening in Children using Machine Learning

Students:  Yalda Barram, Tatiana Barroso, Theresa Pham, and Amy Tang

Advisor:  Dr. Joseph Francis

Optimized PEGDA Hydrogel Miniature Gel Electrophoresis for Genomic Analysis

Students:  Alma Antonette Antonio, Jose Carrion, Lindsey McGill, Sharmeen Shahid

Advisor:  Dr. Metin Akay and Dr. Yasemin Akay

Class of 2021

Project 1: Vital Sign Wristband

Abstract: As most hospitals transition to a digital world in order to streamline medical procedure, our group wanted to streamline the check in process by making a wristband that measures vital signs. We wanted the wristband to measure heart rate, temperature, and blood oxygen, and for this data to be sent to an app. We first decided which sensors to use, and moved forward with the MCP9808 temperature sensor and the MAX30100 sensor for heart rate and blood oxygen. We then assured the MCP9808 worked to our standards by connecting it to a ESP32 microcontroller on a breadboard. The connection and reading of the sensor required Arduino code, which we constructed with online resources. After getting the readings that aligned with our expected values, we followed the same procedure with the MAX30100 sensor. We then ‘pushed’ the data to an app that we constructed using Blynk, an app that is used to read data from microcontrollers. After ‘pushing’ the data to our app, we were ready to start making the wristband by connecting the sensors to the ESP32s, and attaching the connections to a wristband using V elcro. With our final prototype, we were able to wirelessly read heart rate, temperature, and blood oxygen from the Blynk app. To more efficiently assist in hospital applications, a potential future direction for this project would be to add blood pressure as a parameter for the wristband. We would also like the wristband to ID the patient that is wearing it in order to track and assign the data throughout their stay.

Project 2: Development of a low cost method to evaluate mask efficiency

Abstract: Since the start of the pandemic, over 1.5 Billion single use face masks have been used across the globe. Many people have also made and using homemade masks due to convenience or necessity. At the start of the pandemic there was an acute shortage of masks and even now, with the lifting of mask mandates across the United States, we anticipate that masks will still be used by the public for the foreseeable future. Our objective was to develop a fast, low cost reusable method to evaluate the efficiency of face masks and the materials that are used to manufacture them. We believe that consumers could benefit from knowing that masks that they buy or make are useful and will protect them from COVID 19 and future diseases. To accomplish this, we built a self contained unit that works by measuring the efficiency of material by calculating the amount of light reflected by aerosolized salt solution that penetrates masks. The consumer can use their phone to take a picture of the light compartment through the device and upload the result to our website that will give them the efficiency immediately. In future versions we hope to make the process easier by using an inbuilt camera and a single switch to turn the device on and off.

Project 3: Sensor Array for COVID19 Diagnostics

Abstract: The emergence of the COVID 19 pandemic has highlighted the need for reliable and rapid diagnostic tools to aid in community wide contact tracing and monitoring efforts. Early Covid 19 tests relied on either molecular or serological assays, which had long turnaround times and required specialized equipment and personnel. Our goal was to create a diagnostic tool that could provide rapid and accurate patient feedback without the need of special equipment. To this end we employed the use of a metal oxide array, which was composed of four sensors, in order to detect endogenous Volatile Organic Compounds in the breath. These sensors were fabricated and supplied by the Nanodevices and Materials Lab. We developed a comprehensive testing setup involving a Mass Flow Controller, Gas Chamber, Multiplexor, and a Picoammeter with the creation of a Graphical User Interface (GUI) to make the data collection autonomous and efficient. We also devised a pattern recognition algorithm using Principal Component Analysis and K Means Clustering to identify our four target gases based on the sensor array’s response.

Project 4: Microcontroller Based Functional Electrical Stimulator

Abstract: Electrical stimulation is used in various therapeutic applications in medicine, ranging from neuromodulation to functional mapping of the brain. There are still many of these devices that are operated through manual tuning and pressing buttons. Having the ability to control these analog devices from a computer is critical for research and advanced therapy , but this cannot be done The aim of this Capstone Project is to develop a low cost Functional Electrical Stimulator (FES) that can be fully controlled with a microcontroller (Teensy 3.5) connected to a PC through a USB interface. In practice, the system can be used in various scenarios, but the intended application is for delivering non invasive Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES). The hardware was developed using 9 Volt batteries connected to DC DC boosters for power supply and other primary components that include analog switches and transistors. This system is controlled through Arduino IDE and a Graphical User Interface (GUI) developed within MATLAB that allows for ease of manipulation and further development in the future. We have successfully produced a symmetrical, biphasic square wave capable of operating at 60 microsecond pulse widths. We have also demonstrated the capability of producing a biphasic sinusoidal wave with flexible frequency. One future goal of this system is to fuse it with a brain computer interface (BCI) that can drive the FES to improve the rehabilitation of the patients suffering from stroke or spinal cord injury by translating their thoughts to muscle contractions and associated movement.

Project 5: Inclusive System for Image Capture and Rheological Image Analysis for Artificial Microvascular Network

Abstract: Measuring blood flow in capillaries of an Artificial MicroVascular Network (AMVN) device is typically done using a research grade inverted microscope. Research grade microscopes can provide high resolution images but are bulky, unportable, and expensive, which significantly limits the scope of AMVN technology. As an alternative, we have developed an inclusive, portable system that contains all of the necessary hardware to perform the experiment as well as a code to analyze the perfusion rates of the AMVN channels. The system utilizes a camera and magnification lens to simulate the optics of a microscope, but in a more affordable, compact, and user friendly unit. Video captured by the system can easily be transferred to a laptop for analysis. The perfusion rate data produced using our code has yielded reproducible and accurate results comparable to values in previous literature. This inclusive system can be used to perform analysis on a variety of experiments including testing the effect of new storage conditions, additive solutions, novel drugs, and rejuvenation strategies on the rheological properties of red blood cells in vitro. Future work could entail expanding the usefulness of the system to function with various different microfluidic devices.

Project 6: Voice Activated Alarm System for Patients with Limited Mobility

Abstract: Current hospital alert systems require a mechanical input, most commonly the push of a button Patients with mobility issues such as quadriplegics are unable to perform this input Most solutions to this problem require proximity and are prone to displacement, such as clipping the button to patients’ gowns to press with their chin If these devices are displaced, the patient is unable to correct it, and must resort to yelling to alert a nurse Our device will attempt to mitigate these shortcomings by allowing the patient to speak to activate the alert system, allowing for input at a greater distance with no limb movements required The device uses a mini computer with a microphone attachment for voice input and activation, and a microcontroller connected to a solenoid for mechanical activation of the alert system. This allows for the device to be easily and selectively integrated into the existing alert system at most hospitals We assembled and programmed the device to respond to a specific key phrase amid ambient noise and were able to voice activate the solenoid, as well as demonstrate that it could generate enough force to push a button Future work could replace the external power source with a battery, and compact into a flexible attachment This device will improve accessibility and quality of life for patients with restricted limb mobility

Project 7: Biological Organism Recording and Integrated System During Rocket Launch

Abstract: Space exploration has deleterious effects on the human body and can lead to significant long term adverse effects such as muscle atrophy and bone density loss Many astronauts undergo intense training to prepare for a launch such as High G training, where they are exposed to a high amount of G force Understanding the impact the hypergravity and microgravity environments have on tissue development and function is critical to keeping humans healthy for space travel, especially with the upcoming Artemis program and Mars missions Thus, there is need for a device that can monitor the effects that high action events, such as a rocket launch, has on an organism’s tissues in real time The Biological Organism Recording and Integrated System (BORIS is a device mounted inside the payload bay of Space City Rocketry’s high powered rocket Oberon, with the aim of observing and recording the impact of high accelerative forces on a cell culture to understand how the forces of flight make changes to the structure and function of cell walls and membranes Video footage of magnified cells and interior payload temperature are recorded for analysis of cell conditions and to determine the change in cell diameter during the flight a test flight in March observed rudimentary footage during a 24 second ascent of 7514 N applied on the cells, and internal temperature varied over 1 C Increased magnification and securing the switch on the device light are the next steps to ensure video is visible for the whole flight and that clusters of cells may be identified more easily.

Project 8: Remote Rehabilitation System

Abstract: Electromyography signals are electrical impulses generated by muscle activation. Such signals are obtained using an EMG device to analyze the muscles of interest and determine any muscular or motor dysfunction. Consequently, they can be used for rehabilitation purposes. Currently, there are only a few wireless EMG systems, and they are expensive. However, they can be highly beneficial in cases that would require patient isolation or other reasons. Inspired by this and the growing telerehabilitation, our team set a goal to build an affordable and wireless rehab system that entails building the EMG device and the mobile application necessary to transfer/receive data. The device consists of 3 MyoWare sensors that collect and transfer integrated and rectified EMG signals to the mobile app via the Bluetooth module. The app was built through a program, compatible with the device’s components, called MIT App Inventor 2, and works on Android phones only. The application receives and displays the EMG signals that can also be saved locally. Additionally, it can time the patient’s activity. Further improvements could be made to our system to provide a highly effective remote rehab system for the targeted patients.

Project 9: Blood Flowmeter for Skin

Abstract: For diabetic patients, blood circulation to extremities becomes slower and, as result, can lead to decreased healing rate and increased risk for infection. A lack of treatment can lead to the infection potentially spreading to surrounding tissue and even limb amputation. Monitoring blood flow rate is crucial in detecting the risk for such an infection. While there are other devices for measuring blood flow, such as the Laser Doppler flowmeter, the cost for these devices are often high and used mainly in a clinical setting. We proposed a design for a low cost and portable device to calculate the average energy required to keep a small region of skin at a set temperature for one minute and relate that measurement to blood flow. Our device consists of a small heating coil made from nichrome wire and has an NTC thermistor placed in the center of the coil. We used Arduino Uno as a hardware to software platform and coded for our device via MATLAB. Our software utilizes an on off temperature control system and a relay component to safely power the heating element to the set temperature. To test our device, we developed a low cost artificial vein model to mimic blood circulation and correlated varying flow rates to average energy required to keep the circulation five degrees higher than its current temperature. Our device demonstrates a potential low cost method for measuring blood circulation and for improving the lives of diabetic patients.

Project 10: A Wireless sEMG Based Robotic Rehabilitation System

Abstract: Stroke has been a huge concern throughout the years as it is known to be one of the leading causes of death in the United States For stroke patients, there are a couple of techniques such as targeted physical and technology assisted activities that would help them and serve as therapy to gain motor movement. Nevertheless, new advances in bioengineering have introduced a robotic hand named ‘Hand of Hope” (HoH) that uses real time surface electromyographic signals (sEMG) to control the robotic hand according to the patient’s muscle signals. sEMG is a procedure that measures muscle response or electrical activity based on an individual’s response to nerve stimulation and is recorded by placing electrodes on the surface of a patient’s muscle In this project, TMSi Refa Amplifier was used to amplify the signals received from the sEMG electrodes and send it to MATLAB Later, the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) communication will serve as a method of communication between the commands in MATLAB and the robotic hand motor control performance based on the classified sEMG signals The experiment included fine motor movements such as hand opening/closing and the movement of finger combination gestures. By creating a LDA classifier with 81 accuracy, we were able to have the robotic hand identify and assist in 5 different gestures We hope this stroke rehabilitation technique will help patients with reinforcement of their fine motor function through the strengthening of the nerve signal pathway

Project 11: Quantifying Peripheral Nerves using Deep Learning

Abstract: Larger neurons in the peripheral nervous system (PNS) have thick myelin sheaths which cause them to be easy to detect during transmission electron microscopy (TEM) studies. Smaller neurons that tend to be unmyelinated lack the distinct bold outline. Current methods of quantifying axons in PN tissue include manual counting, which is labor intensive and inaccurate. This project is aiming to develop an open source software using Python to automatically identify and quantify cell types (large/small neurons) from TEM images of PN tissue. We built a basic mask region based convolutional neural network (Mask R CNN) using a pre trained object detection model to identify the presence, location, and type of cells. This program is able segment a large image, learn filter values, detect axons apart from other cells, then places a color mask over the cell depending on the thickness of the myelin sheaths. These masks are quantified. As can be seen in the image our program can detect larger, myelinated axons but has trouble with detecting smaller axons. Once we adjust our code to locate both types of axons, we will run our program with a larger dataset of TEM images then compare to manually counted images. This program can be made more beneficial for research teams by further developing it into a deep learning neural network. This will allow researchers to process larger datasets with more accurate results and less preprocessing. Another future direction is to integrate this program with an image analysis software, such as Image J, using Jython , a python java hybrid code.

Project 12: Smart Multiplex Flow Meter Sensor System

Abstract: Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is a highly prevalent condition in women. This condition consists of weakened pelvic muscles leading to diminished bladder control; often leading to uncontrollable leakage during physical movements. Despite the inconveniences of this disorder, treatment options are limited due to safety and efficacy concerns. To study this, we created an automated metabolic cage suited for female rabbits with induced SUI. The objective of this proposal was to create an adaptable system that includes a collection apparatus and a sensor system. These are then attached to the current cages at the University of Houston to measure volume and frequency of micturition events with easy access for data retrieval. This prototype incorporates a mesh filter, a funnel, a flow rate sensor, a peristaltic pump, and an Arduino with Bluetooth capabilities. The data is wirelessly transmitted to a local PC for easy processing and data analysis. Overall, the prototype has been successful in measuring correct volumes of fluid with approximately 93% accuracy and allows for the automatic transfer of data from the Arduino to the mounted SD card for further data analysis. For the future, we plan to test our prototype with SUI-induced rabbits to ensure that the prototype is compatible, accurate for urine testing, and that the prototype can be used to study SUI. This can revolutionize the research industry by improving accuracy of urinary data from rabbits to further the understanding of SUI and other urinary disorders.

Class of 2015

Project 1: Fabrication of Immunosensing Soft Contact Lens as a POC System in Eye Infection Detection

Abstract: Rapid diagnosis of infection within the eye is an area of study that has (to date) been very limited in exploration and innovation. Differentiation between bacterial, fungal, and viral infections within the eye is a difficult process due to the similarities in symptoms in patients with a variety of ocular infections. Proposed is an ELISA-based immunosensing contact lens capable of detecting inflammatory protein markers within human aqueous tears. Soft contact lens assembly will be conducted via two primary methods: synthesis of novel hydrogel-based lens with maximum binding capabilities and improved cross-linking and surface plasma modification of commercially available soft contact lens for binding and successful detection. The lenses will be printed with anti- VCAM-1 antibodies, intended for the detection of the protein VCAM-1, an inflammatory marker. Detection will be conducted using a solution of peroxidase-labeled secondary antibodies in conjunction with a silver reagent, initiating an enzyme-catalyzed silver deposition reaction indicative of the presence of the inflammatory marker. Initial progress in development has been focused on research and acquisition of materials. Due to the limited literature available in the development of such novel diagnostic tools, extensive research has been conducted into creating a device with optimum binding and detecting capabilities. All materials have been sourced and, once received, will immediately be used for hydrogel synthesis and commercial lens plasma modification. Extensive testing will be conducted on the lenses, utilizing an artificial “tear” solution containing VCAM-1 protein for feasibility of design. Following establishment of success of this design, additional modifications will be made to test lens’ capability for differentiating between different types of inflammatory responses and viability of this diagnostic device in clinical applications.

Project 2: Modular Physiological Monitoring System

Abstract: The intended application of the project is vital monitoring during commercial space flights, home healthcare, fitness, and research. The system will measure both physiological and environmental parameters simultaneously. EKG, skin temperature, barometric pressure (altitude), ambient temperature, accelerations, and UV index are the parameters that will be measured. The centerpiece of the system is the Arduino microcontroller. All sensors and the EKG shield are connected to the Arduino boards, which extract the readings of all sensors. The extracted data will be sent to a computer through Wi-Fi thanks to the wireless capability of the Arduino Yun microcontroller. Plotly will be used for data extraction and analysis. Parameter relational plots will be constructed using physiological response to environmental stressors. At the conclusion of last semester we constructed a model on an Arduino Uno board to demonstrate system capabilities. An ambient temperature sensor was implemented in the model with on-board LED lights (green and red) that provided notification (Red LED) when the ambient temperature exceeded 21.5 degrees Celsius. An LCD monitor was also included to demonstrate continuous sensor measurements and display. At the beginning of the second semester we had completed development of the hardware prototype (Milestone 1) and the formation of the Central Hardware Interface (CHI) (Milestone 2), and were starting to work on the data extraction, analysis, and display. This was done by using Plotly to communicate sensor data wirelessly to a server. A computer then extracts this data and displays it in real-time. At the conclusion of the second semester, we had a completed system that utilized two microcontrollers to wirelessly extract and display data (Milestone 3). Although using two microcontrollers was not our original objective, it was the best way for us to integrate the serial EKG into the system. Future work can focus on the miniaturization of the system and establishing communication between the two boards. Our total expenditure for this project was $168 in parts and $6400 in labor.

Project 3: Embryo Dissection Station

Abstract: The purpose of our project was to design, improve, and develop the methods and processes used for the live embryo dissection, including, improvement to the dissection station and examination process. The specific concentration of this project was the construction of a live embryo dissection station that has the same uniform temperature throughout the apparatus that is also economical with regard to fabrication (i.e., the process is cost- and time-effective).

Project 4: Google Glass as a Diagnostic for Melanoma

Abstract: Early melanoma diagnosis is vital for the prevention of complication onsets that may compromise an individual’s life span. In order to diagnose for the presence of melanoma, patients are required to visit a medical facility, which results in the negligence of early symptoms. Our team proposed to develop a melanoma diagnostic utility using Google Glass, which would help provide a point-of-care diagnosis without having to visit a medical facility. Developing a Google Glass diagnostic presents various challenges that mandate the integration of different techniques. The Glass is only capable of capturing 2 dimensional images with its camera, but in order to enhance the diagnostic accuracy, we are developing a code based on the modification of existing algorithms that can create 3-dimensional images from 2-dimensional images. Implementing additional diagnostic criteria for existing 2-dimensional analysis will allow for a 3-dimensional melanoma analysis, which would provide definitive diagnostic results. Image acquisition and analysis will be done via servers that support the processes, and then integrated into the Google Glass. At this time, the Google Glass provides big challenges due to its relative new introduction into the technology market. Therefore, our project includes establishing a method to connect the Google Glass to a development platform, create a graphical user interface to display the diagnostic results, and integrate the servers for a comprehensive diagnosis. During this semester, we were able to establish the software development platform, create a sample melanoma diagnostic display, create a preliminary low resolution 3-dimensional image construct, and run successful 2-dimensional analysis on sample melanoma images. The sponsors covered the Google Glass cost of $1,500, and the University of Houston provides the necessary software for the development process.

Project 5: Optimization of SMFT-based Actuation System Final Report

Abstract: In our Capstone Design Project, we are tasked to optimize an actuation system based on Solid Media Flexible Transmission (SMFT). The SMFT-based system is applicable for robot-assisted surgeries within the MRI, where a very strong permanent magnetic field, fast changing magnetic field gradients and RF pulses are used. SMFT tubes have the potential to efficiently transfer force without the use of magnetically susceptible materials, making it compatible with the MRI scanner. Previously, the tubes have been used at a force transfer efficiency of 50%. Our goal is to increase the force transfer efficiency to 70%. To achieve this goal, we designed a force transfer efficiency testing system involving load cell force sensors, a testing station, and SMFT tubes (Milestones 1, 2, and 3). We also aimed to complete the actuation system by assembling an MRI-compatible needle onto it (Milestone 4). We have successfully completed Milestones 1 and 2, which involves calibrating the load cell and designing a cost-efficient stationary load cell holder to hold the load cell for force efficiency tests. In completing Milestone 3, we have successfully made more stable connections using BNC-BNC cables and interlocking connectors and collected data for the force transfer efficiency of a 1m SMFT tube. Milestone 4 involves assembling a needle holder to be attached to the actuation system and testing it on a porcine kidney suspended in a ballistic gel. The project has reliability constraints for the load cell rod, economic constraints in the 3D printing of the load cell testing station, and manufacturability constraint in the current 3D printing cost and the project’s applicability to test other force transfer systems. During the testing, standards such as the maximum load capacity and the excitation voltage of the load cells have to be determined. The load cell itself follows the accuracy standard IEC 61298-2. In conclusion, the force transfer efficiency decreases with increasing lengths of tubes, but increases at an average of 12.1% across all tubes.

Class of 2014

Project 1: Wireless ECG and Respiratory Monitoring System 

Abstract: The purpose of this project is to design a Wireless ECG and Respiratory Monitoring System. The ECG signal would be collected by electrodes and then amplified and filtered by analog circuit. Next the microcontroller would convert the analog signal into digital signal and amplify it even more. The microcontroller is included in the Wireless transmitter system. Then the data will be sent through MSP430 wireless transmitter (TI wireless development tool) to be processed in a local PC. Our Respiratory monitoring system measures the airflow by using nasal cannula pressure system. This system consists of a nasal cannula (which is standard for oxygen administration) connected to a pressure transducer. Respiratory waveform signal will be generated by detecting the fluctuations in pressure caused by inspiration and expiration. The data will be sent through the same wireless transmitter to be processed in a local PC.

Project 2: Optical Projection Tomography System

Abstract: The scope of this project is to build for Baylor College of Medicine an Optical Projection Tomography system to use in function with an ongoing embryology study. The goal of this project is for the Optical Projection Tomography system to provide a method for high throughput murine embryo imaging. Our design is based on previously published work from the University of Toronto with tweaks and customizations for the specific application requested by Baylor College of Medicine. These tweaks include a differing CCD camera and lens, as well as a possible rotating stage for sequential imaging of multiple embryos at once.

Abstract: The project aims to design, test, and build a Universal Transducer Adapter (UTA) to use in conjunction with commercially available Ultrasound Systems and the Euclid™ Tier 1 Mini Access System designed by Houston Medical Robotics (HMR). The UTA is a much needed design improvement to the Euclid™ system because of the time and financial cost associated with redesigning the adapter for different commercially available ultrasound systems. Multiple design concepts will be presented and tested both in benchtop and animal models and the necessary design documentation will be completed throughout this process. Secondarily, the Euclid™ Tier 1 Mini Base will be ergonomically redesigned for customer ease of use.

Project 4: Lupus Biomarkers

Abstract: The goal of this project is to identify Lupus biomarkers that will be used in a sensor to track the progress of Lupus in a diagnosed patient. Lupus is a systemic autoimmune disease that often results in kidney failure. By tracking the proteins that are filtered through the kidney, it is possible to identify protein biomarkers that are involved in this kidney damage. In order to achieve this goal, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA) will be run on urine samples of Lupus patients that will identify those protein biomarkers that have a statistically higher protein concentration compared to patients who are not diagnosed with Lupus. After these biomarkers are identified, a sensor can be created that will evaluate the concentration of these proteins in a urine sample. This sensor can be used in a at home diagnostic kit that can allow a patient to track the progress of their disease without going to the doctor. If the sensor produces alarming results, the patient can then visit the doctor to reevaluate their treatment plan.




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The students are required to mention their previous learning form the different courses as the Capstone Projects require students to establish the connection between the past syllabus and project. This will help them in not only the recalling of past components but also advancing the learning attitude in future.

The Capstone Projects are considered to be a vital source for the improvement of the confidence of the students and their perceptions about themselves. The students are advised to take the decision by themselves, while in decision making and title selecting of the Capstone Project help. The completion of the capstone project is not a piece of cake; it requires the huge commitment from the student in completing the capstone project at the right time. The completion of the Capstone Project after the huge energy and commitment invested by the student will give outcomes like the increase in confidence, improvement in the self-esteem, recognize self-image and learn the significance of success. The students will develop enough skills that they can assist their juniors and work as a mentor to them. All these characteristics developed by the Capstone Project nurture the leadership and management talents of the student.

Chose a Specific Topic

Selecting a specific topic for the capstone project is very crucial because if the student is not interested in the field of selected research, then he could not be able to provide with an excellent outcome. So, this is very important that student should select his field of interest first and then decide on some specific work areas. The course completion is wholly depending on the completion of capstone project.

The first step for a writing a capstone project is to select a topic which should be based on his or her interest areas. How a student can select a best topic for his research in which he has to work for two semesters. Here are some valuable tips for the student:

However, it is recommended that student should select a topic in which he could write plenty of informative material or the research work is available for the topic. Additionally, review other related capstone projects.

The following topics are the examples for the capstone project, these topics will provide valuable insight for the student while selecting a topic:

These all are possible example for a topic, the student can pick any of the aforementioned topics, if it lies in his interest area.

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The Capstone Project requires a title, a proposal, final document of the report and the oral presentation. The title is the first step in the Capstone Project Course. The students need to come with a unique idea for a question or problem to make Capstone Project on it. The students have to wise in the selection of the topic.

The fact that if you do not have the personal interest in the topic you selected, you will definitely lose your willpower to complete the capstone project at the end. The student should select the idea that is somehow associated with the personal interests and resources available to the student.

The student should have to do research and ask the mentor to obtain the interested research. The idea searching should be precisely done as this will save the time for the bigger responsibilities. Other than asking the Mentor or instructor, the student can start brainstorming that will generate the huge ideas. Moreover, after the selection of the idea, the student should check the sources to recognize no previous research and capstone projects have been done on the particular question or problem.

After the generation of the idea, then the proposal for Capstone Project help is made. The methods for the conduction of Capstone Project should also be defined and all the resources should be precisely defined in the proposal of Capstone Project.

The Proposal for the Capstone project should have the first page as the title page. The title page has the topic, student name, instructor name and the proposed date. The second page should have a Table of Contents, which lists all the components and topics covered in the proposal of Capstone Project help. The Proposal of the Capstone Project should include the first three chapters of the Capstone Project help.

The first chapter of the Capstone Project proposal is the Introduction. The overview should include the precise information on the selected topic. After the Overview, the Objectives should be defined as the specific and general objectives of the Project.

The general objective includes the whole target in the solution of the question or problem while the specific objectives are the steps referred by the student to accomplished the general objective. The scope, limitations and significance of the capstone project include the brief discussion of the boundaries and controls in the achievement of the general objective.

The chapter demands to do huge research on the topic as well as it requires finding the necessary researches or papers by the scholars in the past.  Graduate Capstone Project The researches from the past should include the concepts and fact on the selected field and the work is done on the field selected. The approach that you previously used and how they were used should be specified in this chapter. The third chapter of the Capstone Project Proposal is the Methodology.

The chapter includes the discussion and identifying of the steps and activities that should be performed to get the solution for the problem. The Chapter of the Methodology discusses the time duration of the project, the planning and process. The chapter mentions all the information regarding the activities includes time of the activity, place of the activity and the need of the activity on the proposed topic.

The Proposal further includes the Calendar of Activities, the Appendixes and the references. The proposal should be brief and should be of 3 to 5 pages. The final Capstone Project document have all the chapters mentioned in the proposal with the addition of two new chapters. The first page of the Document should be title page or the cover page. The second page should have the Approval sheet followed by Acknowledgment and the executive summary. The executive summary is the brief description of the whole report followed by the Table of contents, list of tables and list of figures.


For doing a capstone project, first the student should select a topic. The worst topic will be a one which requires more and more research work and statistical analysis. After selecting a specific topic, student have to select his or her supervisor to discuss the main points which should have main concentration throughout the project. After discussion, the student are required to make a proposal and then submit it to his or her supervisor for approval. Once, the topic has been approved, then the research work will start properly.

Student has to dig down some research working issues and develop a problem statement that will explicitly define the subject matter. In this, student has to identify a gap prevailing in the research work which defines that there is need to do more research work. For identifying this gap, student has to explore and review related articles. It is very important to pin point some important points from which the student can base his research work findings. Reviewing articles is very difficult task and requires a lot of time but it is very important for the student to strong knowledge about his research.

This review will you able to provide authentic information with the help of stated points. Furthermore, if you are not aware about how to do a literature review, don’t be get tensed. For doing a review, first you have to gather some effective related articles. Then pic one and read thoroughly, summarize it and write main points such as writer name, sampling and methodology approach used, year, dependent and independent variables used, findings and the purpose. From the help of this information, you can develop a very effective strategic article review.

After completing the articles review, the student should come toward some practical working by conducting interviews with the selected people and represent them as their target market. Base your work with the expert knowledge of supervisors and dig down some more information about the topic by searching library books. At last, gather all the related facts and figures for analysis.

The analysis should provide with complete findings with specific background information. The findings should propose some alternative solutions and should evaluate all the responses with respect to its associated pros and cons. Then come up with strategic solution which will explicitly fulfill the gap which was created in the first section of research.

You have to present your research in the form of presentations. Professors will also notice the style of your presentation because the presentation matters a lot. For this, one should be prepared very well for that presentation by practicing more and more. Furthermore, the presentation should be based on some relevant points which could strengthen the research work. Practicing will make student confident over their findings. At last, the document should be organized in a logical way with flow of relevant information.

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Such a project was conducted under the concept that results can be streamed utilizing the web. Capstone project require someone with wonderful comprehension and fantastic thinking. Capstone project are supposed to help students discover difficulties with their possible solution.

It is aimed at achieving certain educational goals. A capstone project is achieved by a candidate at the conclusion of their degree. It should be specific to a student’s personal education experience. In the event the Capstone Project for a Specialization is a distinct project, you will need to enlist in the project the same as a class.

Pushing yourself to initiate the work is the hardest part, and among the most responsible steps here is to select a fantastic topic which will help to display your complete potential. The very first thing you will need is to recognize a specific topic which has an issue and in your research you will give solution. Therefore, the overall subject of the capstone project could possibly be assigned to you or you might be called on to develop your own. After you have selected the most suitable project topic for your capstone you will have to conduct research on the topic and write up your report.

The student should select one of capstone project ideas associated with the course or specialization and compose a paper. For example, he might have little course knowledge and thinking to gain a research degree in his relevant field of interest will be benefitted by the Capstone Project. Alongside the writing process, students are often required to earn a presentation (also referred to as a defense) of their undertaking. They will participate in a work-based project that will be in line with their careers. Over the duration of the fall semester, the students meet formally once per week by using their faculty instructor, and work outside class as vital to finish their undertaking.

Most often, however, schools intend for students to finish a project. An increasing number of schools and colleges these days are employing a capstone project to evaluate what you’ve learned and for many the outcomes of your project will decide your final grade or whether you’ve passed in any respect. It is now ridiculously expensive. Even in the event that you visit a university that’s on top of the league, you’re not likely to land a work simply because you went there.

After you have determined your thesis statement, you will should thoroughly research the subject as a way to find information that will support your statement and basic capstone project writing. After specifying the topic that you’re going to be exploring when completing a last report, you’ll then will need to conduct research into this issue.

The majority of the project ought to be defended before the project committee. Capstone projects are very similar to term papers in a lot of ways. There are a number of capstone projects. In many senses, they are very similar to thesis projects and may also be the last document that a learner will write in order to graduate from a master’s program,  Computer Science Capstone Project depending on the unique definition used by a school or a professor. Even though a capstone project is extremely much like a master’s thesis, there’s frequently a difference. Regardless, capstone project writing should assist you with solving a true problem or with meeting a true challenge within a specific area of study.

Make sure the tone of your work is wholly academic. You must make your brain work for you. Problems you have encountered within work experience or other pursuits. Hence you will obtain knowledge.

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The academic terms define capstone as the project in which student enhance his or her learning skills by developing or doing a practical project task. Students are encouraged to gain more and more practical knowledge about the course form this project. It is just similar to thesis, but it requires more practical working along with presentations for the work done. It helps to enhance their intellectual experiences and cumulative learning.

Capstone projects discusses the issues which is related with the real life issues such as woman issues or the societal issues and provide insight about how to handle these issues. Selecting a specific topic for the capstone project is very crucial because if the student is not interested in the field of selected research, then he could not be able to provide with an excellent outcome.

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One of the first things that you want to do when you’re writing a capstone project for your school, or for someone else, is to get started on the writing. It should be clear and simple. It should be short and easy to read. Once you have this done, then you need to sit down with pen in hand and write the first draft. As you work on this you will see progress and you will find that you are able to understand what you are writing and you can complete your project a lot faster this way.

Another way that you can write a capstone project for your college, school, or for anyone else who needs help with how to do my projects online, Chemistry Capstone Project  is to use the power of brainstorming. You may be surprised by what you come up with and you might find that you have so many ideas that you end up with tons of topics that you could write about. That’s what brainstorming is all about, and the more ideas you have the better you’ll be at it. Once you have enough ideas for your capstone project, then you can sit down and brainstorm for a while. This will help you with your capstone and you will end up writing a capstone that is truly amazing.

How do you write a capstone for your college or university? This is the hardest part because you will probably have to write it from scratch because you don’t know what kind of presentation should be done. And it is very important to get the whole class involved because if you do not do a good job, they will not be happy when the semester is over.

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However, if the goal of your project is simply to demonstrate your commitment to a particular career field, you may find that a good project is not what you need. In this case, you will need to consider choosing another topic. Many employers look at students’ project portfolios and often look beyond academic credentials to determine a student’s interest in a specific field of study. For example, if you choose to work with an animal care agency, you will likely need to complete a project on how animals are trained to live indoors and behave properly outdoors. If you choose to work with a fire protection company, you will most likely need to complete a project on why fire fighters are so important to society. This allows the employer to see how much you are interested in the career you are choosing. Once the employer understands that you have an interest in this field, they may find that you are a good candidate for a job in that career field.

Once you have chosen a topic or a project that is right for you, there are a number of other factors that will affect your decision as to what are some good capstone projects? Whether you are an Associate’s degree student or a Bachelors degree student,  Data Capstone Project you can easily find a project that will provide you with the academic satisfaction and career advancement you are looking for.

Capstone Assignment

Thesis supervisors and dissertation committee usually give caps to students. Students have several ways to get their capstone. Some students apply for these caps from their professors or other people in the field who are looking for a student to do their work on.  Capstone Assignment Other students may apply directly to their dissertation committee. Another way to get a capstone is through a senior committee assignment. Senior committee assignments are often given to students that have done very well in their classes or research. In most cases this assignment is not given as a capstone but as an acknowledgment of their high academic performance.

There are many types of thesis capstone assignments. Most of them are not given as a capstone but rather as an honor of achievement. Often they are given as recognition for some kind of special contribution or hard work done in the course of the student’s graduate career. Some universities also honor students that have won a national science, literature, or literary prize. These awards can be given as a reward for hard work in the course of a student’s academic career.

Importance Of Capstone Project

In order to be able to help in a capstone project, you will have to know how to write your capstone project outline. This means that you have to make sure that you have done your research and you are aware of all of the different kinds of projects that are needed by your organization. You should also make sure that you are aware of all of the different kinds of projects that are available to your organization. This way, you will know when it will be time for you to create your own project.

The importance of writing a capstone project is that it is something that can bring in a lot of benefits for your organization.  The Importance Of Capstone Project When you are going to be creating your own capstone project, you will also need to know that it has to be very well written. This is because it is not only the capstone of your project, but it is also something that will help in helping your organization. You will also have to make sure that you have done all of the right things in order to help your organization. The last thing that you need to know is that if you want your organization to benefit from the project that you have created, then you have to make sure that you create it in the right manner. If you do not do this, then you might end up hurting your organization in the long run.

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To be successful in writing an assignment for a project assignment, it is necessary to have all the necessary information in hand before starting the assignment. This includes information such as: a comprehensive outline of the entire project, the objectives of the assignment, the target audience (the people who are to benefit from the project),  Mathematics Capstone Project and the overall structure (this will be used to organize the content). Also, it is necessary to gather a sample of similar projects from other institutions and universities. It is necessary to keep in mind that a good assignment does not only conform to the current market trends, but is also based on original research and ideas.

Writing a business capstone assignment is not an easy task. In fact, it can be said that it is one of the most important academic assignments for both students and professors. However, a well-written academic paper is the foundation of your future career. If your project is of high quality, you will be able to get a higher grade on your capstone assignment, and thus, improve your chances of getting tenure.

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It’s always helpful when you have an actual person to compete against who is taking the capstone project seriously. This way, you will know how hard it is to get a good grade in this project. You don’t want anyone else’s plagiarism to affect your grades in any way because it’s hard enough for you. By giving away your student paper as a gift, you can make sure that you’re not competing against someone else’s plagiarism. If the student won’t participate in the capstone project because of competition, then they won’t understand why they have to take the project because they feel like they are cheating. They may also think that if they do the work and they don’t get an A, then they should just go back to school and finish their degrees without any motivation at all.

Giving away your free capstone paper will definitely get your students to take the project more seriously. The next time they see their professor,  Mathematics Capstone Project they will feel as if they’re worth the time they spend there. After you give the gift out as a way to motivate the students, they are likely to show up more than before to participate in the project.

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Professional writers are not just there to write for their own pleasure, but they are also professionals. Their work requires a great deal of skill and experience in the industry in which they work. As writers, they need to make a living, because this is their bread and butter. The more they earn, the more time they will have to spend writing. This means they will have less time to spend enjoying their lives. In order to make enough money to pay for the food and rent, they must be able to write regularly. They may also need to take care of family members or do research for jobs.

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Writing a Senior Capstone Essay Paper with a Custom Capstone Project Write-Off Service. The best Senior Capstone Writing Service would be a company that provides a wide variety of different writing services and who would be able to write a capstone essay paper for you even if you are a small, independent writer. If you’re an experienced writer, then you can expect to receive custom essay writing assistance and you can expect to complete your capstone assignment in as little as 3 hours.

The Capstone Writing Assistant – What Do I Need To Use A Capstone Writing Assistant To Write My Senior Capstone Essay Paper? First of all, you will need to set up your project. You will need to fill out the capstone assignment homework help form with any writing questions you may have so that you know exactly what you’re getting into.

Next, you will be given writing assistance by a professional writer who will help you complete the Capstone Essay Paper and will be available to answer any questions you may have. The writing assistance that is provided is designed to make the assignment process as easy and as streamlined as possible for the client, and the writer will provide assistance on everything from editing the finished project to ensuring that you have included all of the necessary materials to complete your project.

The best Senior Capstone Writing Assistance would include the ability to complete the capstone assignment without having to do anything except sit back and relax and read over your work while the writer goes over the project and makes suggestions on how it could be improved. The best Writing Assistance is always the one that is always available and that is not only helpful in the initial stages of your writing, but throughout the project. You should never need to contact the writer after you have completed your assignment but should be able to contact them at anytime during the course of the assignment to ask any questions that you may have.

What Do I Need To Get More Capstone Writing Assistance? The best writing assistance would provide customized assistance in every aspect of the writing process and that includes: custom essay writing assistance,  ITT Capstone Project custom capstone assignment homework help and custom writing assistance in the composition of your project. The goal of writing assistance is to make your assignment as easy as possible.

What Do I Need To Have My Writing Assistance Provide? The best writers have the resources to provide you with everything that you need in order to complete your project, whether it is custom Capstone assignment help or professional writing assistance in the composition of your project. The writers should be available when you need them to meet with you and help in the writing of your project. The best writing assistance is always going to have a great amount of writing assistance in both the writing of your project and in other aspects of the project as well as in editing your project.

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First, you need to consider what kind of person you need to be in order to successfully complete the project. There are some capstone projects that only require someone who can write well. While this may work out fine for those individuals, there are also other capstone projects that can benefit from a lot more than just an individual who can write well.

The most important thing that you need to know about writing a capstone is to understand that it is not simply a task that needs to be done on the final exam. In fact, if you do not understand how to write a capstone well, then you might end up putting off taking the final exam until you have the perfect paper.

Once you have decided that you want to learn how to write a capstone well, the next step is to find a mentor to work with. When you find a mentor for your capstone,  Graduate Capstone Project he or she should be someone who can assist you in every step of the way and guide you along the way to success. There are some people that work with a mentor, and this is very helpful. However, it is also recommended that you take charge and make sure that your mentor is providing everything that you need in order to write a good capstone.

The next step is to find out as much as you can about the capstone project that you are working on. If you think that it is not going to be as easy as you think it will be, then you should not waste any time at all. You need to get started right away and find out everything you can about the capstone that you are working on.

Once you are able to get a good capstone written, then you need to ensure that you have a mentor that you can turn to in the event that you encounter any problems while you are working. This can help you tremendously in making sure that you don’t waste valuable time and resources on something that you are not going to be successful with. If you are not able to find a mentor online, then you can always try calling around to different companies that provide capstone project help. and ask them if they have a mentor that is available to help you.

The last step is to make sure that you are not spending any more than necessary on the project. The project is going to cost a lot of money, so it is important to make sure that you are not wasting any of it by overspending. on it.

Now that you have learned a few things about writing a good capstone, you should be ready to get started and start looking for a good capstone help online. Just remember, there are many ways that you can find out about the capstone project help services that are available online today, but you need to be sure that you get the most out of your experience.

The great thing about today is that you can now look into different aspects of what it is like to write a capstone. There are many different tips on how to make your project easier and faster to write and there are also many different books that you can read. that will give you more information on what you should be trying to do when writing your own project.

Just remember, you will need to be aware of the fact that every project is different. you should always make sure that you are able to adapt to the demands that the project puts upon you. The last thing that you want to do is try to write a great project, and then realize that you can not keep up with the demands that are placed upon it.

You also need to make sure that you are aware of what exactly you are getting into before you start. You need to make sure that you are aware of everything that you are getting into, so that you are sure that you are not wasting any money or time. Once you make sure that you are prepared and you understand what you are doing, then you should be ready to start writing your capstone.

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Students who have finished the project management program will have an idea on how to go about their own projects. Some of them will even have already taken a master’s degree or a doctorate in management. This means that they can actually present their work and talk confidently. They will feel more confident and their projects will have more value and impact on their employers. The employers will also appreciate their ability to communicate effectively and perform well.

It is not easy for students to get through the course and get their project management diploma. They might face some challenges as they are dealing with so much information. They might have to write a project report or have to create a project based on their findings. All these things take time and energy.

When students face these difficulties, they will look for a way to finish the course without spending more time than they need on their project management studies.  Education Solution Capstone Project This is where plagiarism-free capstone project solutions can help.

Projects are very important for people in the field of management. In fact, when you finish your project, you will be given a certificate of completion that proves that you have been able to complete the project successfully.

Most students will spend a lot of time completing projects because of the level of information required. For instance, if you want to master management projects, you should read books and learn from videos. You also need to do your assignments, because your job is to write and do papers and reports.

Project management projects are very detailed. Many times students are asked to find several resources for their project from different fields such as economics, politics, business, and management. Therefore, you need to spend a lot of time finding those resources.

There are so many different types of projects. To be successful at all of them, you need to find good sources for information. If you have good communication and effective communication skills, then you will have a much better chance to get these jobs.

These types of jobs are usually very demanding, as you will be doing a lot of reading, writing, and analyzing. Since this is a very long process, you will probably be able to finish your project within a year. However, the rewards are great.

One of the best benefits of completing these projects is that you will have a certification that you can show employers. If you plan on applying for higher-level projects, you will be able to prove that you have a thorough knowledge of the topic and are capable of completing these projects. This will ensure that you will be offered more jobs in the future.

Projects also require a lot of planning and organization. If you have these skills, then you will be able to plan and organize your projects. This will help you meet deadlines and provide information to your superiors.

If you want to complete all of these activities on your own, you will have to pay for an excellent and a good project management training program. These will help you become more efficient and competent with managing projects. As you become more efficient, you will be able to get better job offers and will be able to get a better salary.

A good project management training program can also teach you how to organize your projects so that they are organized and easier to understand. Your projects will be easier to complete and your projects will be done faster. Therefore, if you want to complete these projects successfully, then you need to know what you are doing.

Capstone Essay Paper Help

If you don’t have someone who can help you with the essay, you may not have the luxury of an essay that is well written. You will have a poorly crafted essay that looks unprofessional, which is not going to make your classmates smile on you. It is also not going to impress them at all. This is just the start of what is going to happen if you give up and submit your essay as it is. That is what you want to avoid.

If you are not an expert in the area of writing, then you may need to seek out a writer. A good writer knows how to present your work. A great writer will know exactly how to approach your topic and what type of information you need to include in your essay.  Criminology Essay Capstone Project They also know how to give you structure so that it flows easily.

These writers know exactly what they should do to help you write the best essay possible. They know when to stop. You do not want to waste time or effort trying to learn these things yourself.

When you receive help from a writer, you get a piece of paper that has been edited, proofread, and rewritten. That is the only way that you can be sure that the essay will not cause you to look bad. That’s why the help from a writer is such a huge benefit.

If you have a question, you are not going to have to sit there with the entire essay in front of you. A writer will go over any questions that you may have and help you get through them. They can get you to the end of your essay faster and with a better understanding than you would be able to manage by yourself.

The writer knows what you need to know about your topic and can give you a rough draft for your essay. Once you have that, they can tell you how to improve upon it. This will make your essay look professionally written and presented. without having to spend hours and days trying to come up with your essay the answers.

Essay help and writing tips from a writer can help you get through the tough part of the essay easier than you would otherwise. If you are unsure about anything, you will be better off spending your time researching and not wasting valuable time and money on this essay.

If you are looking for capstone essay paper help, you will find that there are many places online where you can find information. You just need to decide which ones will work best for you.

If you feel like you just cannot figure out anything, look for articles writing help. There are many professional writing guides online that can give you the help you need. they can also provide you with a step by step plan on how to complete your project. There is no need to spend more time than you have to when you are just getting your capstone essay finished.

Writing and editing essays is not always an easy task. It takes a lot of practice and expertise to get perfect.

With some help, however, you can have a great essay that will stand out from the rest. Even if it is not perfect, at least you can say that you had help.

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The assignment offered by Dream Assignment writing service is very unique and has not been seen before. Students get the option to choose from a variety of assignment types that they want to fulfill. Some of these assignments are short-term and may be taken in between semesters or during the summer break. Others may be a year long assignment or even for one to three years if necessary. There are even assignments that are designed for a specific purpose such as a project in science class.

This assignment also has several sub-types, which you may choose from. One of the main sub-types is the capstone essay, which is also referred to as a project report. You need not worry about completing a project report, because you can take your own time and complete this type of assignment when you are available.

Another type of assignment that you may choose from is a creative writing assignment, which is very popular among some groups in college and university. It allows students to choose from a range of genres and sub-genres for writing papers like essays,  Aviation Capstone Project report, research papers, thesis, book reviews, dissertations, or even literary works.

You may also choose to enroll in a capstone essay writing service wherein you may have a personal tutor that will provide you with the assistance you need throughout your entire writing process. Most tutors offer you with personal coaching sessions that include individual reading and writing support.

When you are finished writing your capstone assignment, you may even ask to have a professional proofreading and editing done by the company that you are using to write your capstone project essay. Since your professor assigned you a particular style and structure in writing your essay, it will be very helpful to have proofreading and editing done by someone who has a good command over English grammar and style.

If you are still having difficulties when it comes to finishing the project, you may also want to hire a capstone writing service to help you out with your project. Because every assignment has its own deadline, it would be a good idea to have your writing service finish your assignment in order to have a deadline-friendly assignment. Your assignment will have its own deadlines because the deadlines are determined by your employer and not by the writing service.

Finally, you can also request that the assignment be sent directly to your professor for grading. Most companies will send the assignment to your professor at the end of the semester or even at the start of the next semester. With this, your professor will be able to review your assignment in a more timely manner. This way, you will be able to make the most out of your assignment.

In order for your assignment to go smoothly, you may need to get a lot of feedback. You may even consider hiring an external advisor that can help you through your assignment. It is important for you to be able to get your professor to give you feedback so that he or she can make sure that you have followed the format of the assignment as written.

When it comes to assignment writing services, it is best to choose one that provides you with written instructions on the format, structure, and delivery of your assignments. The following should be included on your writing assignment’s cover letter: the assignment’s title, your name and contact details, the date and time of delivery, and of the deadline; your professor’s name; and email address and/or phone number; your professor’s email address and/phone number; your professor’s email address; the deadline for your assignment; the deadline for your assignment (if applicable); and anything else the professor thinks that you may need to know about your assignment.

Once you have all this information, it is always easier to do the assignment properly. When you have everything you need, you are better able to follow the rules and understand the assignment at hand. By using a writing service, you can now finish your capstone assignment without any worries.

Capstone Research Help

The first place that you should look for capstone research help is on the Internet. There are many websites that will give you all of the information that you need to complete your project. These websites will also let you know how to complete your projects so that they will be easier for you to do. You will find that there are many different websites that will allow you to take the time that you need to complete the project.

Another place that you should check for capstone research help is in your local high school or community college. Many of these places will have a large library that has books that you can read that will give you all of the information that you need to complete the project. When you are doing research on the Internet, it may be difficult to find books that have the same content that you will be reading because of the different subjects that are discussed in different books.

If you do not want to spend your money and time doing research on the Internet, then you may want to look into a class that is offered in your local area that will teach you everything that you need to know about doing a capstone project. Most of these classes will give you a list of projects that you can use in your projects. These projects may be similar to those that you have read about and may help you complete your projects with ease.

You can also look into a professional that will give you the research that you need to complete the project. Many of these professionals will be able to give you the information that you need to finish the project without spending any money and time on the project. You will find that you will have the research that you need to finish the project and that you will be able to finish the project on time. When you are looking for research help, make sure that you are working with a reputable company so that you do not end up doing any damage to your project.

When you are looking for capstone research help, it is important that you look for an expert that can provide you with the information that you need to complete the project.  Capstone Research Project You will find that there are a number of different companies that offer different ways to research. your project. Make sure that you are checking into the different companies that are available so that you do not waste any time looking at websites that do not have the answers for your questions.

One thing that you will find that many people do not realize is that some of the capstone projects that are available online are not that easy to complete. If you are interested in completing a project that is not as difficult, then you may want to look into some of the more difficult projects that are available online. You will find that there are many different ways that you can get started on some of the tougher projects so that you can complete the project and that it will be easier for you to complete it on time.

When you are looking for research help, you need to make sure that you look into all of your options so that you do not waste any time looking. You will find that there are many different options for you to look into when it comes to helping you complete your capstone projects. The more time and money that you are willing to spend on research, the easier it will be for you to complete the project that you have set out to complete.

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UW Farm Strategic Planning Capstone Projects, Winter 2023

Food Systems, Nutrition, and Health capstone projects for winter 2023 helped advance the UW Farm’s ongoing strategic planning process which was initiated in 2021. Students built upon Phase I of the

Project Type(s): Undergraduate Capstone

Program(s): Food Systems Major

Ground Truthing Phase 1 of UW Farm Strategic Plan with UW Farm Advisory Committee

The team provided ideas and recommendations to benefit the UW Farm based on focus group feedback from members of the Farm Advisory Committee on Phase 1 of the organization’s strategic plan. Community

Author(s): Abdullahi Ahmed, Jheazelle Cadiente, Lily Gridyushko, Heteng Zhang

Ground Truthing Phase 1 of UW Farm Strategic Plan with UW Registered Student Organizations

The team partnered with the UW Farm and Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) on campus to uncover the importance of student engagement within Phase 1 of the UW Farm strategic plan. Feedback gathered through

Author(s): Wendy Celaya-Ibanez, Yawen Wei, IsabellaRose Anegbeode, Carmen Wilkinson, Sidney Johnson

Ground Truthing Phase 1 of UW Farm Strategic Plan with UW Campus Sustainability Fund

The team analyzed preliminary interviews and focus group results to help advance Phase 1 of the UW Farm’s strategic plan, focusing on strengthening collaboration between the UW Farm and the Campus

Author(s): Denise Elizabeth Korompis, Qingqing (Wendy) Zhang, Xi Peng, Dominic Madden

Ground Truthing Phase 1 of UW Farm Strategic Plan with UW wǝɫxǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House

The team utilized community feedback through qualitative interviews to integrate Indigenous food sovereignty and perspectives into recommendations toward the furthering of Phase 1 of the UW Farm Strategic

Author(s): Tajanee Chappel, Wen Huei (Vivian) Chen, Rodolfo (Rudy) Franco, Celine Liulamaga, Brenda Leyva Rojas

UW Farm Strategic Goal #4: Contribute to UW Food Security, Food Sovereignty, and Sustainability – Team 2

This project leverages established relationships to improve cross-campus buy-in and funding of Farm initiatives by visualizing the current and potential stakeholder network, uniting motivated students, and

Author(s): Lauren Schwartz, MaKayla Kelby, Makenna Schumacher, Olivia Meader Yetter

UW Farm Strategic Goal #4: Contribute to UW Food Security, Food Sovereignty, and Sustainability – Team 1

This team addressed one of the UW Farm’s strategic goals: Contribute to UW Food Security, Food Sovereignty, and Sustainability. The group developed educational deliverables for First Year Programs to

Author(s): Dana (Cameron) Baker, Kayla Guzman, Hannah Risher, Johnny Nguyen, Zerui (David) Liao

UW Farm Strategic Goal #3: Support Inclusive Community Building and Empowerment – Team 2

The team’s goal was to promote inclusive community building and empowerment through addressing the barriers that prevent student involvement at the UW Farm. This project brings the Farm to students

Author(s): Annete Alcantar, Ariana King, Megha Sonhi (*some members not listed)

UW Farm Strategic Goal #3: Support Inclusive Community Building and Empowerment – Team 1

One of the UW Farm’s strategic goals is to support inclusive community building and empowerment. In order to address barriers to engagement with the Farm, this team developed four events to promote

Author(s): Dawn Dang, Hwi Lin (Kevin) Kim, Qianqi (Kate) Wang, Nathaniel Lesure

UW Farm Strategic Goal #2: Deepen Student Understanding of Urban Food Production Systems – Team 2

This project focuses on the UW Farm’s strategic goal of deepening student understanding of urban food production systems. The team concentrated on strengthening the academic side of student engagement by

Author(s): Weiyi (Jeremey) Shi, Xuecheng (Snow) Yu, Cassadey Porter, Taylor Kesselring (*some members not listed)

UW Farm Strategic Goal #2: Deepen Student Understanding of Urban Food Production Systems – Team 1

The project goal was to deepen student understanding of urban food production systems by creating a well-rounded minor program in Urban Agriculture and Food Systems at the University of Washington. The team

Author(s): Ayn Kurzenhauser, Danzengquying (Quying Danzeng), Sarah Armbruster, Shixi Zhang, Carson Strange

UW Farm Strategic Goal #1: Meet Academic Demand – Team 2

The UW Farm is a great resource for students across all disciplines at the University of Washington, yet there is a desperate need for funding and staffing to meet academic demand as presented in the

Author(s): Corey Maloney, Mckenzie Egan, Phoebe Chen, Renee Hopper

UW Farm Strategic Goal #1: Meet Academic Demand – Team 1

This project aims to meet academic demand for urban farming demonstrated by students as presented in the UW Farm’s strategic plan. The team delivered a UW Farm directory with university and local farm

Author(s): Della Floyd, Ayse Koyun, Lanxuan (Mary) Xu, Yongyi (David) Liu, Li-Ting (Lisa) Chou

Farm Connections to Culture, Identity, and Health: Food Justice Strategies for Restoring Historically Marginalized Communities in South Seattle-King County through Urban and Local Agriculture (Team 2)

Washington Farmland Trust expressed interest in impacts of displacement and land discrimination on historically marginalized communities, in addition to the impacts of reconnecting these communities to farms

Author(s): Henry Tran, Katie Kauffman, Maya Bui, Mikayla Blevens, Agustin Estrada

Paying Respect to the Unceded Land of the Duwamish Tribe (Team 1)

In partnership with Washington Farmland Trust, a case study focused on the Duwamish Hill Preserve, a park in the City of Tukwila that showcases historical seating areas, native plants and crops, and traditions

Author(s): Yusheng Yan, Kristin Tianwei Hu, Ruby Robins, Sammy Ruiz, Emily Kim

Climate Resilient Agriculture (Team 2)

Viva Farms currently does not have a climate resilience plan. Our project provides them with a plan that consists of future climate predictions, as well as mitigation and adaptation methods. Community Partner:

Author(s): Jennifer Phan, Katie Ehrig, Vicki Nguyen, Summer Cornell, Melanie He

Washington Cascadia Region Agricultural Resiliency Plan (Team 1)

Viva Farms, a Seattle-based non-profit incubator/training farm has already begun to see some of these negative impacts, including record heat waves and wildfire smoke. Micah Anderson, the Farm and Education

Author(s): Meredith Kruger, Amara Cunningham, Mizuki Suda, Eric Douangdara, Roy Junlang Lin

Developing an Equity Framework for the Viva Farms Practicum in Sustainable Agriculture (Team 2)

We developed a racial justice and equity educational plan to be implemented in tandem with the 9 month Practicum in Sustainable Agriculture at Viva Farms in Woodinville, WA. Equip farmers with the information

Author(s): August Burwell, Madi Huskey, Lizzie Zimmerman, Vickie Fang-Wen

Viva Farms Racial Justice and Equity Engagement Plan (Team 1)

A seven-module compilation of resources and practical steps to facilitate active and ongoing learning for the staff of Viva Farms as they identify their organizational commitment to racial justice and equity.

Author(s): Tiana Powell, Zehraa Al-Hamad, Emily Waltenburg, Adriana Castaneda, Abby Ellis

Nourish and Inspire: Creating Communications to Connect Local BIPOC Farms, Culturally Relevant Cooking Classes, and Community Food Security (Team 2)

Plant Based Food Share, a local Seattle non-profit, was looking for ways in which they could improve their current communication methods and strategies to spread awareness about the organization and all that

Author(s): Wendy Yang Lu, Carina Yu Jong Chan, Alexandra Wei Nam Ma, Hannah Haojing Chen, Lily Kahane

Nourish and Inspire: Creating Communications to Connect Local BIPOC Farms, Culturally Relevant Cooking Classes, and Community Food Security (Team 1)

Developed marketing materials to increase community participation in The Plant Based Food Share and assisted the organization in its vision to reduce food insecurity by providing resources for low-income,

Author(s): Kayla de Vera, Christina Romeo, Tammie Cheung, Annie Nguyen, Nathaniel Dobosz

Yes Farm: Final Project (Team 2)

Engaged in community outreach by creating a survey to understand the demographic of those who interact with the YES FARM and what types of cultural plants they would want more accessible to them. Through our

Author(s): Eugene Yang, Alana Nguyen, Joyce Li, Steven Shan Marzan, Emma Baoxin Huang

Invitation to YES Farm: Utilizing Plants to Create Inviting Spaces That Promote & Celebrate Diversity (Team 1)

Researched and developed a plant map for Yes farm to navigate their work in redesigning Yes farm entrances. This project is geared towards incorporating plants in order to create an inviting space for

Author(s): Rahma Arale, Elizabeth Herrera, Kenny Rui Ou, Sandra Nguyen

Beacon Food Forest User Assessment: Discovering methods on building an informed survey

Conduct online research to help community partners learn about what to include in and how to write proper survey questions, and how to distribute and test the survey for usability Community Partner: Beacon

Author(s): Yuni Zhang

Beacon Food Forest User Assessment: Final Project

Generated an informed user assessment survey regarding Beacon Food Forest to understand who is using Beacon, what users gain from the garden, and what the garden is still lacking. The survey outcome will serve

Author(s): Yuri Hwang, Hafsa Mohamoud

Addressing Food Insecurity through Community-led Partners Proposal (Team 2)

Aimed to address Washington’s food insecurity issue through developing a community-based food assistance project. Created a food distribution plan for Farmstand Local Food’s We Feed WA proposal through

Author(s): Sage Yiming Guo, Hsin-Yu Huang, Hailey Menssen, Jacob Iyall, Justina Woo

Addressing Food Insecurity Through Community-led Distribution Partnerships: Farmstand Local Foods and Pacific Coast Harvest, Neighborcare Health, and Rising Star (Team 1)

We worked alongside Farmstand Local Foods/Pacific Coast Harvest and NeighborCare Health to address structural inequities that lead to food insecurity in the United States. This was achieved by developing a

Author(s): Katie Yee, Tansy Huang, Cindy Ziwen Sun, Kambria McDonald, Courtney Campbell

Danny Woo Community Garden: The Safety & Sustainability Guide for Gardeners to Reduce Rodent Infestation (Team 2)

Explored natural deterrent solutions to minimize rodent infestation in rural gardens. Our goal is to maintain a sustainable and equitable food system at the Danny Woo Community Garden free of rodenticides and

Author(s): Jackie Ramos, Christian David Stammer, Reem Abraham, Veronica Ritchie

Improving Food Safety and Sustainability: Minimizing the Effects of Rodents in an Urban Community Garden (Team 1)

For our Food Systems Capstone project, we collaborated with the Danny Woo Community Garden to suggest methods to decrease urban rodent infestations and their associated damage to gardeners’ crops. We

Author(s): Helena Wang, Zhiru Li, Michelle Davidson, Nima Sherpa

Community-Driven Consumer Behavior Change for City of Seattle Human Services Department (Team 2)

Researching, identifying, and analyzing effective methods to increase access to nutritionally dense and plant-based foods for the City of Seattle’s Human Services Department to help guide community-driven

Author(s): Valeria Uber Kellogg, Christina Gonzalez, Sophia Ching-Yu Yang, Delmaris Jones, Andrea Tang

Community-Driven Consumer Behavior Change Team 1: Moving Towards Culturally Relevant, Environmentally Friendly Whole Foods

For our capstone, we compiled multiple campaigns & research articles to evaluate how strategies can be implemented to increase access to healthy, environmentally friendly, and plant-based foods for

Author(s): Bingbing Xiaobing Zhang, Pam Napisa Chansiri, Ally Siu, Peyton Fairservice, Tania Aronowitz

Community Engagement: Incorporating Social Media into the Food Action Plan (Team 2)

Partnered with the City of Seattle’s Office of Sustainability and Environment to develop a recommendation on the public engagement process for the final update of Seattle’s Food Action Plan. Assessed how

Author(s): Sophie Wolfson, Yuyan Chen, Yuchen Zhang, Catherine Oh

Designing Community Engagement for Seattle’s Food Action Plan (Team 1)

Research on different cities’ food action plans to increase public engagement. Developed 4 strategies to increase Seattle’s residence engagement with the upcoming food action plan. Community Partner:

Author(s): Nicolle Jingyi Zhou, Connie Kening Huang, Sindy Hsin Ying Hsieh, Sophia Danielle Mathews

Mapping the Garden: Creating sitemaps for current & future Green Square

Created three maps for the University of Washington Tower Green Square representing the current state, future expansions and a 3D model using Adobe Illustrator, Miro, Figma, And SketchUp. Community Partners:

Author(s): Bethany Wang, Sharon Feng, Crystal Luu, Talon Hull, Jeffrey Balaoing

True Cost Accounting: Document an ongoing budget to keep this project going in the medium to long term

Examined the financial and social resources required for the successful completion of the University of Washington Green Square Project. Developed a budget that includes income from the Campus Sustainability

Author(s): Yushu Xiao, Alessandra Lorence, Tia Flora, Nathan Tran

Finding the Money: Develop proposal for the next Campus Sustainability Fund (CSF) grant

Utlized data, field trip experiences as well as new suggestions and ideas to write a proposal for the Campus Sustainability Fund (CSF) grant to support improvements to Green Square during the 2023-2024

Author(s): Francis Viloria, Kellie Weaver, Tyler Vongkhamchanh, Darcy Cai, Adrianne Lopez

Scope of Work: Create plan for the 2022 seasonal student worker position(s)

Investigated the scope of labor required for the forthcoming seasons of Spring, Summer, and Autumn at the UW Tower Urban Garden Space in order to develop a plan for the seasonal worker student position. By

Author(s): Kyra Bilgic, Lydia Leu, Terry Nguyen, Jessica Ruelas, Aarti Tandon

Living Systems: Support soil health through a practical plan

Assessed the soil quality at the UW Tower Green Square to help support both the soil and possible future urban agriculture practices. Understanding the soil and how to best amend the quality will set up a

Author(s): Ruohan Hong, Michael Li, Nghia Thai, Jessica Ketner, Jesus Mendoza

Mind the GAP (Good Agricultural Practices): Maximize the food donation potential of the space through crop planning & food safety

Developed a plan for how the UW Tower’s Green Square Garden will grow produce to donate to the UW Food Pantry. The goal is to grow produce year-round to supply the pantry with fresh produce, so that food

Author(s): Mia Luna, Erika Reinhardt, Adriel Liau, Hussain Al-Hamad, Avery Kennedy

Placemaking: Design & maintenance for multiple uses

Created a plan of action that would expand the appeal of the UW Tower’s Green Square and allow it to support multiple uses. This project includes welcoming diverse community populations, urban

Author(s): Jesus Untalan, Adrienne Quan, Anita Pham, Yuchen Cui, Leila Guerzon

Story-telling in the Garden: Create a communication plan for the garden

Researched effective means of communicating the stories of UWTower’s Green Square project. The goal was to increase engagement with the outdoor space by creating a welcoming area for all through the combined

Author(s): Sage Choi, Rumi Conley, Morgan Restivo, Chloe Huang, Anthony Lu

Why & For Whom: Vision ideal uses and determine accessibility

Engaged with the vision for UW Tower Green Square to contribute to food system sustainability and equity. Community Partners: Cheryl Wheeler (UW Tower Green Team); Jacinda Luna (UW Tower), Troy Swanson (UW

Author(s): Emma Washburn, Ashli Choi, Madilyn-Linh Lai, Sam He, Gian Hong

Building a More Resilient & Equitable Food System in Seattle

Community Partners: City of Seattle Office of Sustainability & Environment Analyzed resilience framework from Boston, MA in order to add recommendations to Seattle Food Action Plan and build more resilient

Author(s): Grace Kwak

The Making of Composting with College Roommates

Integrated research on the benefits of composting and experimentation by getting roommates to start

Author(s): Min Chang

The Organic Food Industry in China

Investigated the barriers that exist in the resilience and equity of Chinese organic food system and provided

Author(s): Ada Li, Siyu Zhao, Victoria Tran, Xinyu Wang

Analysis of Decreasing Arable Lands Issue in China and Korea and Strategies for Supporting Local Farmers

Assessed the impact of natural hazards and urbanization on the loss of arable lands in China Yangtze River region and Korean Gyeonggi province and introducing three possible solutions to help local communities

Author(s): Jingyi Yao, Regina Yin, Jingnan Yuan, Ji Eun Choi

An Exploration of Food Delivery Industry in Shanghai and Its Impact On Workers Welfare, Environment and Public Health

Explored and made recommendations for the food delivery industry in Shanghai, China during COVID-19 pandemic with intention to improve the system’s ability to respond to disruptions, strengthen and economy,

Author(s): Yide Cai, Ian Zhong, Siyi Guan

Where’s Our Food?

Community Partners: Plant Based Food Share; Farestart; King County Local Food Initiative Partnered with Farestart, Plant-Based Food Share, and King County Local Food Initiative with goal of improving food

Author(s): Sophia Lin, Shoka Araki, Madison Moore, Leah Nordberg, Janet Gebreselassie

Community Partners: Plant Based Food Share; Farestart; King County Local Food Initiative Created food map and pamphlet that highlights BIPOC farms in the greater Seattle area to increase awareness as well as

Author(s): Alaina Matsuda, Kimmy Kim, Adrian Rodriguez, Maddy Keegan, Taya DeLong, David Telix

Incorporating Food Justice as a Value within Homeless Youth Shelters

Community Partner: Youthcare’s Orion Project In partnership with YouthCare and the Orion Center, produced an interactive food justice document and editable food budget model, which seeks to encourage staff

Author(s): Christina Giang,Albert Kidd, Gina Simon, Amy Nguyen, Ebba Getachew

Community Partner: Youthcare’s Orion Project This project served as a beginner’s guide to food justice. Created poster and brochure to introduce the movement, the values, and the necessities of food

Author(s): Liz Elton, Brynn Bench, Mariam Khalil, Jessica Garnica, and Jingjin Zhao

Viva Farms Farm Safety and Injury Prevention Training Program

Community Partner: Viva Farms Provided clear and concise materials addressing disability and injury prevention for students and

Author(s): Anna Sahlin, Jin Sun, Aidan Collins, Anna Chan, Sal Sepulveda

A Growing Need for Accessible Agriculture at Viva Farms

Community Partner: Viva Farms Collaborated with Viva Farms in Woodinville, Washington to investigate the community’s need for increased accessibility on the farm site with a focus on disability and injury

Author(s): Tessa Hignight-Roberts, Zoe Valencia, Laura R. Valle, Naomi von Ruden, Emily Sakaida

Building a Digestate Distribution Pathway in our Community

Community Partner: University District Food Bank Designed pamphlet, infographic, and comprehensive map to better distribute nutrient-rich liquid fertilizer from the University District Food Bank (UDFB)

Author(s): Sierra Einarsson, Jingwei Gong, Melody Guo, Havik Kouroupis, Taylor Strozyk, Guanlin Yu

Expanding Culturally Relevant Food Choice

Community Partner: University District Food Bank Partnering with the University District Food Bank to focus on providing resources for the food bank to obtain customer feedback on experience and food

Author(s): Katya Bloom, Hongzhou (Philip) Liao, Casey Chong, Danielle Lam, Ronan Spannuth

Community Partner: University District Food Bank In partnership with the University District Food Bank, focused on expanding culturally relevant food choice in food banks. Research methods included direct

Author(s): Richard Wu, Maryam Ahmadi, Brian Le, Yida Gao, Gyurme Lhazey

Policy, Systems & Environmental (PSE) Strategies at Food Banks: What’s been successful?

Community Partner: Solid Ground Partnered with Solid Ground, an anti-poverty and social services organization based out of Seattle, Washington, to research what policy, systems, and environmental (PSE)

Author(s): Eva Anderson, Kaley Chen, Curtis Harris, John Jin, Julissa Salas

Community Partner: Solid Ground A Collaborative Project with Solid Ground showcased a conglomeration of national strategies through various case studies. Used Solid Ground methods to implement and

Author(s): Varenna Knowles, Leina Seeley, Ian Grant, Mylynn Prak, Chase Raines

Creative Land Tenure Options for Farmers in King County

Community Partner: SnoValley Tilth In partnership with SnoValley Tilth, researched and proposed two creative land tenure options for application to King County which would provide farmers in King County an

Author(s): Isabella Danilyuk, Mercedes Lam, Ari Lui, Chloe Moore, Adela Wang

Community Partner: City of Seattle Office of Sustainability & Environment Part of the goal of building a more resilient and equitable food system for the City of Seattle, this project identified the

Author(s): Tessa Jantz, Pamela Chan, Anna Xu, Jingzhou (Jimmy) Wang, Tammy Nguyen

Community Partner: City of Seattle Office of Sustainability & Environment Partnered with the Seattle Office of Sustainability & Environment to give recommendations on the City’s next Food

Author(s): Kwan Yee Vivian Leung, Raisa Bermudez, Nikki Hogan, Ruihan Xu, Kathy Nguyen

An Exploration of Local vs. Industrial Meat Production

Community Partners: City of Seattle Farm to Table Program Worked with Farm To Table to create an infographic for educators at partner schools, encouraging the purchase of locally raised foods and identifying

Author(s): Charlie Sonmore, Kelsey Summers, Julia Meyer, Kiana Rose Camilon, Connor Pittman

Community Partners: City of Seattle Farm to Table Program; Nourishian for Life  By researching local and industrial meat production’s environmental impacts and creating an infographic and fact sheet,

Author(s): Alyn Sanchez, Brandon Liebmann, Mia Williams, Rain Jiang, Wenyan Ma

Building Food Systems Towards Food Sovereignty

Community Partner: Yes Farm In partnership with Yes Farms, created a community-owned digital map of local food systems across South Seattle, West Seattle, and the Duwamish Waterway. The map consists of local

Author(s): Anthony London, Diane Vivio, Sarah Capetillo, Fotima Ibrokhim, Hannah Jordan

Community Partner: Black Farmers Collective; Yes Farm In collaboration with Yes Farm, created a gardening curriculum targeted at middle school and high school-aged BIPOC urban youth. Curriculum includes

Author(s): Ally Womack, Chris Dang, Zhane Spates, Katie Schroder, Jane Karumba

Natural Disaster Subsidy for Farmers in Taiwan

Assessment of existing Taiwanese Council of Agriculture protocols that support farmer subsidies following natural disasters and research into strategies to improve the quality of that support and overall

Author(s): Kai-Yu (Carrie) Hsueh, Yu-Wei (Vernnica) Tseng

Washington State Farmer Resource Map

In partnership with Washington Farmland Trust (formerly PCC Farmland Trust) and Farm to Farmer, creation and distribution of a survey to inventory and map available resources needed by farmers and landholders

Author(s): Morea Daley, Quinton Hazen, Jill Ann Leszynski, Ashley Rose Valle, Huiyu (Stella) Zhou

Protecting Native Pollinators

In partnership with Viva Farms, production of educational outreach materials for farmers and consumers that increase awareness about services provided by native pollinators, research into successful native

Author(s): Wendy Chi, Emily Kwong, Esther My Nguyen, Lily Xu, Ellie R York

Immigrant Senior Meal Site Resource Guide to Local Foods

In partnership with Tilth Alliance, creation of resources for immigrant seniors to find affordable, locally grown foods in their

Author(s): Yuting (Zoey) Han, Billy Lee, Wesley Howard McLain, Siena Isabella Ruelas, Megumi Sara Tamai

Growing Rooftop Roots Across the Community

In partnership with the University District Food Bank, creation of a compelling case for developers to incorporate rooftop agriculture to extend access to local

Author(s): Elena Fazeli, Eric Lin, Estelle Yeri Park, Julia Y'Nhi Tran, Brendan James Welzien

Food Web or Food Trap

In partnership with City of Seattle Farm to Table Program and Nourishian for Life, production of an infographic and a one-pager examining the effect of industrial and local food systems on the environment and

Author(s): Jaehyun Kwon, Kimberly Nicole Lum, Mengyu Ma, Som Maya Subba

Food and Farm Business Support Center – Survey and Analysis of Collaborations and Partnerships from Across the US to Support Food and Farm Entrepreneurship

In partnership with King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks and Business Impact Northwest, research and analysis of partnerships and collaboration between nonprofits and public agencies from

Author(s): Carolyn Christensen, Erykah Holland, Karissa J Marshall, Yiyin (Kathryn) Zhang

Development of a Grassroots WA State Sustainable Agriculture Resiliency Survey

In partnership with Washington Young Farmers Coalition, development of a survey of Washington farmers to understand the economic role of smallholder agriculture in Washington and the threats farms are facing

Author(s): Molly Lane Evans, Luis Israel Fernandez, Julia Mikulikova, Katherine Thuy Trang Nguyen, Alondra Vaca

Creating Accessible Food Systems Through Education and Community

In partnership with Yes Farm, a project of the Black Farmers Collective, production of materials and resources for about healthy food systems in Seattle, using storytelling to share via social media and use as

Author(s): Kamariee Alcaraz, Dasom Chung, Rachel C Goodall, Nicole Lazar, Elena Marie Noyola

Capturing the Benefits of Regional Food Systems to Impact Policy and Practice in Early Learning Food Access Programs

In partnership with City of Seattle Farm to Table Program and Farmstand Local Foods, production of materials explaining the benefits of locally grown food, with consideration of regional food systems

Author(s): Hui-Hsin (Coco) Chuang, Cielo Gatmen, Rachel Lee, Sierra Brianne Marlow, Cindy Zhu

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Undergraduate Computer Science Capstone Projects: Experiences and Examples in Data Science

Undergraduate Computer Science Capstone Projects: Experiences and Examples in Data Science

Basic components of udc-csit capstone projects.

In this section, we will describe the objectives and functions of the three course components of our capstone project: (1) Senior Seminar, (2) Senior Project I, and (3) Senior Project II.

The Senior Seminar Class

There are three primary objectives for the Senior Seminar: 1) Learn cutting-edge technology in CS&IT, 2) Refine written communication skills, and, most importantly, 3) Develop public speaking skills.

Course grading is based on: 1) In-class presentations (30%), 2) Writing (30%), and 3) Participation (40%). The most important aspect of the course is the 10–15-minute final presentation.

In the first two to three weeks, the instructor covers general areas of CS&IT, focusing on topics that may be useful to students in their project interests. Students are then divided into groups based on their interests and encouraged to learn about various projects.

In the Spring Semester 2020, students were interested in mobile computing, web programming, cognitive security, scalable energy with AI, and robotics. (I always said that this class mainly talk about “other’s research work.” It is not necessary to make a close connection to your own research in the senior project class.)

In the following weeks, instructors usually choose to give formal presentations on certain popular topics in computer science. For instance, for the previous two semesters, I have given talks on data science. We also invite other faculty members and industry professionals to give talks. Throughout the semester, there are usually 2-3 faculty members and two industry professionals who come and speak to the class.

To improve their presentation skills, students are asked for suggestions on topics they are interested in and video examples of good presentations are posted to Blackboard. Students are also assigned to watch related YouTube videos and write summary essays as homework.

Student are asked to produce a one-page PPT with their title and abstract during class and for the midterm, each student is asked to give a 3–5-minute presentation of their topic for practice. In previous years, there was only one final presentation required. However, this “rehearsal” is a great opportunity for students to receive feedback on their presentation before their final and gain more public speaking experience.

For the final project, students prepare 10-12 PPT slides to give as a formal presentation.

Key Terms in this Chapter

Cloud Service Providers : Are companies that provide cloud computing services. Amazon (AWS), Google (Google Cloud Platform), and Microsoft (Azure) provide cloud computing services.

Machine Learning : Usually means to using data samples to obtain a mathematical model(s) for prediction and classification of unknown data. It is a branch of artificial intelligence.

Data Science : Is emerging research disciplinary area that relates to big data, machine learning, and cloud computing.

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capstone project topics for stem students

capstone project topics for stem students

Examples of Undergraduate Capstone Projects

Atussa Mohtasham

An Altar of Yearning: The Concept of Truth in Classical Persian Literature

Atussa Mohtasham

Rochelle Rouhani

Iran's Response to International Sanctions

Rochelle Rouhani

Nazgol  Agah (2018)

A Rumi Poem in Defining My Life Purpose

Nazgol Agah

Cameron  Ramos (2018)

Pishgams of the Iranian Revolution: When Schoolgirls Become Marxist Counter-Revolutionaries

Cameron Ramos

Rachel Roberts

The Iran Deal: Public Opinion in the American Jewish Community, Israel, and Iran

Rachel Roberts

Anna Polishchuk

Hoover Archival Research: Relations Between Iran and the Soviet Union Leading Up to and During the 1979 Iranian Revolution

Anna Polishchuk 

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In the fall of their senior year, Human Rights Scholars undertake a capstone project that is informed by their extracurricular experience and developed in consultation with the Program Director. Students work on their project in a weekly seminar. Throughout the semester, they receive guidance from the Program Director, share progress reports, and provide one another with feedback. Students' capstone projects cover a range of topics, geographic areas of focus, and methods. Some students write academic papers, while others produce creative pieces. Many students apply what they have learned in the Human Rights Program to their surroundings by working with organizations or populations in the Greater New Haven Area.

You can learn some of the Capstone projects past Scholars have pursued below.

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Past Capstone Projects

Class of 2022.

The 2022 Capstone Symposium showcased the culminating projects graduating Human Rights Scholars pursued in their final year of the Program. Projects covered topics from advocacy for rent control in Santa Ana to the effectiveness of the U.N. CEDAW Individual Complaints Mechanism to the issue of German reparations for the genocide in 1904-08 against the Herero and Namaqua people in what is Namibia today. The Capstone Symposium offered graduating students the opportunity to share their work with their cohort and with friends and family members. It was the first in-person Capstone Symposium since 2019.

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Class of 2021

undergraduate capstone project examples

Through their Capstone Projects, Human Rights Scholars from the 2021 cohort:

and beyond! Presentations about these projects and more are available to watch online .

Class of 2020

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Dani Schulman

For her capstone project, Dani recorded three interview-based podcasts that investigate existing farming and food models operating in the West Bank from a rights-based "food sovereignty" perspective. The United Nations and international human rights groups have been calling out violations in Palestine for decades, but no serious talks have occurred since Oslo broke down in the 1990s, or, perhaps, when Camp David broke down in 2000. When the existing UN human rights framework falls short, Dani’s capstone argued, outside actors have the power to demand more and try to fill the void. Her capstone highlighted food sovereignty, a re-framing tool from the international peasant’s movement La Via Campesina, as an alternative paradigm to food security and the current order of world food systems. As she explained in her podcast, food sovereignty marries existing human rights to food, to self-determination, to development, and to sovereignty over natural resources.  Using the largest fair trade olive oil exporter in the West Bank, Canaan Palestine, as a case study, the capstone investigated the challenges and possibilities that exist when considering agriculture in Palestine from a food sovereignty perspective. Listen to Dani’s Capstone here.

Marwan Safar-Jalani

Marwan’s capstone examined the role of state sectarianism in the Syrian Civil War on the future of the social and political fabric in Syria. After compiling reported information about sectarian acts of massacre, demographic displacement, and sexual violence, Marwan addressed the question of the legitimacy of the current regime ruling Syria in the aftermath of the conflict. By borrowing Arendt's concept of human plurality, Yassin Al-Haj Saleh's understanding of sectarianism, and Hobbes's position on legitimacy, Marwan argued that the regime's sectarianism during the war limits Syrians' ability to speak about, act upon, and reason through their political and social realities. By doing so, the regime offends Syrians' ability to establish a shared political and national consciousness through which they can give their government a basis for legitimacy. Since sectarianism is inherently unequal, and since equality is the basis for both the Arendtian human plurality and the Hobbesian just governance, Marwan argued that the state's sectarian crimes against humanity are crimes against Syrian human plurality.  Read Marwan’s full Capstone here.

Hana's capstone focused on the 2019 protests in Hong Kong and the city's ongoing fight for autonomy. Through a marriage of memoir, journalism and history, Hana explored how decades of mainland Chinese encroachment and protest shaped  Hongkonger's collective identity. Her capstone argued that more than democracy and human rights are at stake should Hong Kong be subsumed into the mainland, but a sense of self, an identity. Hana was born and raised in Hong Kong, so her capstone project was very personal: she drew on her own life experience, and the final project was shaped by the lens of someone who was abroad for the duration of 2019’s 'season of discontent.’ For Hana, the essay has become something to continually return to and expand upon as the situation back home worsens. The title of the essay is ‘The Revolution of Our Time’, which she borrowed from a popular translation of one of the leading slogans of the movement: “Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of our Time”(光復香港,時代革命). “光復” however, takes on a different meaning based off of one's choice of translation — ‘reclaim’, ‘recover’ … all signifying to a ‘return’ when Hong Kong still has the rule of law.

Hala El Solh

Hala’s capstone was rooted in her observation that oftentimes, when we learn about a place, a time, or an event, we refer to nonfiction sources. We read news articles and research books, but rarely do we read fiction as a lens into various world events, outside of the occasional English class. Hala chose a fictional short story to challenge this notion and recognize that fiction is often more compatible with human rights than we may think, especially in that we encounter different perspectives and empathize. Additionally, Hala has found, victims of conflict are often viewed as passive characters, defined by what they are subjected to as opposed to who they are and what they do. Informed by the class Introduction to Refugee Studies, Hala wanted to write a story where victims of the Syrian conflict were at the forefront, and in positions to speak out. For example, the main character is an op-ed journalist. Hala was particularly interested in the rise of citizen journalism, especially with the use of social media during the Arab Spring. This story is about the disappearance of a Syrian journalist, and the following search for him. Hala had many motivations for this project, including her own Syrian heritage and her research with The Carter Center’s Syrian Conflict Mapping Project.

Michael Borger

In his project, Michael sought to explore, contextualize, and comment on the deaths of journalists in Mexico, with the intent of elucidating the conditions and structures in which these journalists operated. The study centered on homicides that had transpired since December 2018, which marked the start of Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s presidency. Michael pinpointed many of the common and historical threads that ran through that year’s killings, including the characteristics targeted journalists shared, the extent of their coverage, and their nexuses with illicit or even illegal activity. Michael commented on these murders in light of pervasive structures by integrating these journalists’ words and circumstances into the documentation of their cases. By incorporating an analysis of textual, auditory, and visual primary sources, Michael could better reconcile the writings and words of the deceased journalists with the alleged reasons for which they were targeted according to civic watchdogs, national media outlets, and government agencies. He could then connect the journalists’ coverage with broader implications regarding crime, corruption, and impunity in the country, particularly as they continue under the current presidency. His study articulated theories and frameworks that undergird the basic protections to which Mexican journalists are entitled; incorporated an examination of how different levels of investigation and prosecution have failed in their stated quests for justice; and addressed the calculus of the López Obrador administration’s policies as they concern members of the press and the violence they encounter. Ultimately, Michael’s capstone called for greater attention to a problem that, he said, did not begin under López Obrador, but that the administration should seek to resolve.

Lisa’s project focused on studying labor automation's impact on workers at a micro-level. Using Yale as a case study, Lisa sought to understand the university's labor automation decision-making process, the likelihood of automation-induced unemployment and the effects of automation on capital-labor relationships. She was inspired to choose this topic for her Capstone because she felt that existing automation literature either spoke in the abstract — examining labor automation's potential impact with potentially apocalyptic unemployment — or was focused on the macro-level, with little attention paid to understanding the changing relationships within a specific community. For her project, Lisa interviewed people from across Yale's operations and spoke with researchers at various NYC think tanks with similar focuses. Her research was also rooted in existing literature and an analysis of Yale union contracts. Ultimately, Lisa found that there were several factors that constrained labor automation at Yale -- wealth, reputation and union strength — which all fed into each other to create a feedback loop that made it harder and harder to automate jobs. However, she noted that this loop was precarious and that Yale's decision-making calculus could change with any shock to the system, such as the current pandemic. Lisa also found that automation asked workers to take on additional duties with no corresponding increase in pay.

Class of 2019

Major:  Political Science Capstone Project:  Transformative Justice for Sexual Violence - Seeking Reconciliation between Two Movements

Maddy had the idea for her capstone project while she was interning at an organization that advocates for people in solitary confinement. At work, she was troubled to learn that some of her clients were perpetrators of sexual violence. But it was just as disquieting to see friends who usually supported criminal justice reform arguing on social media that perpetrators of sexual assault should be “locked up.” Maddy viewed her capstone project as a way to reconcile the tensions between the movements for criminal justice reform and increased accountability for those who commit sexual violence and her commitments to both causes. Through analyzing documents relevant to both movements, such as statements by Time’s Up and the Violence Against Women Act, Maddy’s project suggests that prisons, as sites of sexual violence and toxic masculinity, are not the right way to hold perpetrators of sexual violence accountable. She made her work publicly accessible on a website she created. In the video above, Maddy explains the challenges she encountered while completing the project. She reflected that when she first entered the Human Rights Program, she believed that “once you commit yourself to human rights, you know where you should go from there.” But, she said, this project taught her that “human rights are not always consistent. Sometimes you feel like you have to pick one right over another right—or the rights of certain communities over others—if you want to be part of the overall mission of a movement…Navigating those complications was a much more difficult and convoluted process than I had ever imagined before I attempted it.” 

Folasade (Sadé) Kammen

Major:  Political Science Capstone Project:  Human Rights, Media, and the Kibera Experience

For her capstone project, Sadé is putting together an exhibit of 25 photographs she has taken over the last few years in Kibera, Kenya, the largest urban slum in Africa. Sadé first went to Kibera as part of her work with the Human Needs Project, which provides Kibera with basic services and programming. Sadé’s exhibit will also feature informational handouts on Kibera and recordings of different people reacting to the photographs – residents of Kibera, a Kenyan-based photographer, staff at the Human Needs Project. Sadé plans to use the exhibit as an opportunity to collect soccer balls, sanitary pads, school supplies, and other materials to benefit the communities she has worked with in Kibera. As she discusses in the video above, Sadé’s project was informed by discussions she had in the Human Rights Program about ethics surrounding the use of images and narratives in human rights advocacy. Sadé was initially uncomfortable with showing her own photos in the exhibit, but her advisors and classmates in the Human Rights Program encouraged her to display her own photographs and work through her ethical qualms about photographing sites of poverty. In this video, Sadé talks more about her work with Kibera and what she learned from the project.

Class of 2018

Julia char gilbert.

Major:  Political Science Capstone Project:  Towards an Ethical Human Rights Photography—Community-Based Photography with Immigrant Women in Greater New Haven

While photography is a uniquely powerful medium for advocacy work, traditional human rights photography presents a variety of problems and limitations for activists. Julia Char Gilbert’s capstone project sought to rethink the terms and possibilities of visual human rights advocacy by designing and implementing a photography project with immigrant women in Greater New Haven. Project participants made photographs of their communities using disposable cameras, and met regularly to share and discuss their work and then exhibited their photos to the public. Read Julia's full  capstone project .

Wellington Mackey

Class of 2018 Major:  Political Science Capstone Project:  R.I.S.E @ St. John's: Refugee Interactive Sessions in English

undergraduate capstone project examples

For his capstone project, Wellington helped launch the Refugee Interactive Sessions in English (R.I.S.E.) Project at St. John’s Episcopal Church - an English tutoring program designed to promote community-building and to facilitate participative community integration strategies, as refugee clients increase their knowledge of the English language. R.I.S.E.'s model is informed by extensive research to suggest that it is essential for refugees to become proficient in the language of their host country, in order to create and sustain lasting relationships outside their immediate circles, find and sustain adequate employment, and maintain social and psychological well-being. R.I.S.E also serves as a platform for cultural self-expression: participants share recipes, engage in the performing and visual arts, and discuss their goals and aspirations. R.I.S.E. is a family-oriented program that emphasizes plurality, tolerance, and acceptance - the pillars of a healthy and diverse community. Read an  excerpt  of Wellington's project.

Major:  History Capstone Project:  Gun Buyback Program in New Haven

For his capstone project, Rohan considered the role of human rights in the gun violence crisis and organized a gun buyback program in New Haven. Rohan was motivated to pursue the project after reading about a gun buyback in Los Angeles during the summer of 2017, and decided to help organize one in New Haven. He worked alongside the New Haven Police Department, Yale New Haven Hospital, the Injury Free Coalition for Kids, and religious and community-based groups in the city. He also enrolled the support of the national nonprofit Gun by Gun for the program. During the semester, Rohan met with representatives from the aforementioned groups, as well as community organizers in the city, to help craft the event and target it to vulnerable communities. The buyback occurred on December 16, 2017 and netted 141 weapons—the most ever collected in New Haven. In addition to organizing the event, Rohan wrote an academic essay that looked at the role of human rights rhetoric in debates around gun violence in the U.S. and Australia. As a result of his work, Rohan concluded that while gun violence constitutes a human rights crisis, invoking human rights language is unlikely to bring about domestic reform. Instead, he argued that those in favor of gun control should use the lessons of human rights—from working respectfully with vulnerable communities to building citizen power—to make lasting change. Read an  excerpt  of Rohan's capstone project.

Alejandra Padin-Dujon

Class of 2018 Major:  Math & Philosophy and Modern Middle East Studies Capstone Project:  Revolutionizing Human Rights -- Women and Democracy in Northern Syria

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Kyle Ranieri

Major:  Global Affairs & History Capstone Project:  The Diné Marriage Act—A Colonial Relic and Human Rights Violation

Kyle (Navajo) created a research and advocacy project that sought to work towards the repeal of the Diné Marriage Act on the Navajo Nation, which prohibits same-sex marriage. The research component compiled and articulated arguments against the Act from tradition, history, law, and politics. He also articulated a human rights argument which leveraged self-determination as its normative basis. Read Kyle's  full paper.  On the advocacy side, Kyle used his research to produce documents accessible to the Navajo public, including an  Op-Ed  for the Navajo Times. Going forward, Kyle will use his research to continue advocacy on the Navajo Nation and work towards the repeal of the Act or litigation against it. 

Alexis Williams 

Class of 2018 Major:  African American Studies Capstone Project:  Human Rights in the African American Imagination

Alexis’s capstone project explores the role human rights claim-making and institutions in African American’s struggles for racial justice in the United States, both in the immediate aftermath of the formation of the United Nations and continuing into the present day. The project is concerned with questions of motivation – when human rights language is evoked, is it a strategic decision or a result in a personal identification with the international human rights project? A key method for exploring that is deploying imagination, as conceived by African American historian and theorist Saidiya Hartman, which challenges traditional methods of responding to archival silences. As such, Alexis’s project uses the personal, the possible, as well as the known to grasp a firmer understanding of how African Americans understand themselves in relationship with human rights structures.  

Matthew Wrocklage

Class of 2018 Major:  Sociology Capstone Project:  Mending a Broken Mirror -- Collective Self-Understanding and the Strategic Meaning of Claims to 'Indigenousness' in West Papua and Beyond

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Carmen baskauf.

Class of 2017 Major:  History Capstone Project:  Vulnerability to Trafficking in Protracted and Post-Crisis Situations – Considerations for Scenario Planning in the MENA Region

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Jade Harvey

Class of 2017 Major:  Ethnicity, Race & Migration Capstone Project:  Human Rights in the 2016 Election – An Op-Ed Series on Current Debates, Rhetoric, and the Years Ahead

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Elena Hodges

Class of 2017 Major:  Political Science Capstone Project:  Resource Access Mapping Project (RAMP)

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Robert LaRose

Class of 2017 Major:  Global Affairs Capstone Project:  Bridge International Academies – An Expanding Business and Expanding Controversy

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Ava Tomasula y Garcia

Class of 2017 Major:  American Studies Capstone Project:  Slow Burn – The Future as Seen from Wolf Lake // Humans, Persons, Water, and Volcanoes in Indiana’s Rust Belt

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