The Capstone Project is an opportunity for students to complete their Bachelors degree by demonstrating the skills and knowledge they have gained throughout their program of study.
The Capstone Project culminates in a written paper and a poster presentation. Students may elect to do a digital demo and verbal overview of an electronic project instead of a summary poster.
With such a variety of Capstone Project ideas resulting from our diverse student body, the School of Individualized Studies seeks to bring examples of these outstanding products to prospective students, the academic community, employers and other interested parties.
Links to the students poster from Spring 2019 are included below.
Missing Maps Mapathon
By: Frankie James Albin
By: Sarah Balaschak
Reported Uses & Health effects of Protein Powders Among College Students
By: Twinkle Bawa
Lines + Light + Color
By: Grace Liana Blondell
Student Viewpoints of School of Individualized Study
By: Bridgit Brobbey
Who Tweets More?
By: Jacob Bullard
How Do You Perform Under Pressure?
By: Connor Calkins
The Local Republic
By: Brian Carroll
By Peter Del Col
Creating a Community
By: Jacob Frank
Interpreting Disservices: South Asia
By: Lexa Frail
Queerly Wed - Wedding Services
By: Tess Galvan
Brick by Brick: An RIT-Themed Online Card Game
By: Emely Giraldo
Making RIT's Online Publications Multilingual
By: River Hoffman
Telling My Story With Manga Literacy
By: Jee-Hye Laughlin
Bringing Quantum Computing & Prgramming Education to RIT
By: Jacob Mekker
The Wellness Industry: Client-Focused Careers
By: Kristina Mckinnie
Chill Thrills: An analysis on the skier's motivations
By: John Moricone
Facebook Security Setting Usability
By: Helen O'Connell
SQUISHLY: A content Discovery Platform
By: Emmanuel Olaojo
Information Technology Decision Making
By: George Owusu
NTID Clubs vs. The Student Life Team ( How One's Programming Imapcts the Community)
By: Viktoriya Pavlovskaya
By: Nick Pembroke
Launching a Software Company
By: Chase Poirier
A Biting Review: The Pros & Cons of Shark Tourism
By: Emily Robins
Virtual Computers & Servers
By: Scott Rossi
The Inconsistencies of Modern Prejudice
By: Corbin Shamburger
Heart Monitors, Fad or Here to Stay?
By: Chris Solis
SAPIENTCOM, LLC (A Business Plan for a Start Up)
By: Frank Trento
Project Daring Dasher
By: Tim Yuan
Patience for your Patients
By: Katelyn Wylie
The Effects of Employee Stress and Burnout within Group Homes
By: Hannah Zachmeyer
Why a Short Story?
By: Mehryaar Zafarullah
Graduate Students Posters
Waterloo Library & Historical Society
By: Cyndi Park
So You Want to Be a Principal Investigator?
By: Stephanie Beiter
Interrelationships Between Child Maltreatment, Schizotypy, & Theory of Mind Impairments
By: Victoria Popov & Lindsay Schenkel