Senior Projects

Each student must complete a senior project in order to graduate. The Senior Projects collection is part of the Archives. The projects are cataloged in Thorncat and are identified with the call number Senior Projects. Senior projects are available for library access only and must be retrieved by library staff. A selection of digitized senior projects is available on the Internet Archive.

Sample senior project titles:

Casa Nostra?
by Lillian Weitzman

Exploring Human Ecology through Creative Short Fiction
by Nicole McKinney

Hepatica venusta: for Love of Liverworts
by Laura Brisco

Impacts of Economic Development Planning, Oshikango, Namibia
by Helena Vaendelwa Shilomboleni

Many Voices at the Table
by Lauren Nutter

MDI 2030: An Analysis of Options for Making Mount Desert Island More Sustainable
by Noah Hodgetts

Mixed Messages: Immigrants in Literature
by Jacqueline Ramos

Natural Wood Stains for The Luthier
by Chloe Charmaine Swantner

Opening the Spiral: A Study of Mam Midwives in Guatemala
by Aofie O’Brien

Original Play: Facades
by Daniel Mahler

Painting the Native Flowers of Costa Rica
by Haley Rae Schwarz

Project Management at Work
by Salahaldin Hussein

Search Beyond Google: Profitable Applications of Network Algorithms
by Samuel Kendrick Heller

Whale Entanglement in Lobster Gear: Spatial Relationship Mapping and Future Studies
by Dominique Gabrielle Walk

senior project presentations

Each year, several graduating students make senior project presentations to the Board of Trustees. View this past year's presentations on YouTube.

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