Current Student Collaborations Participants
View a list of the students, faculty, staff, and mentors currently involved in Psyche Student Collaborations.
Capstone courses are culminating, project-based courses undertaken by university students in the final (senior) year of university.
A strength of capstone courses is that they involve students in applying their knowledge and skills to real-world projects. The Psyche mission is developing Psyche-focused projects for capstone courses across a range of disciplines. Watch the video below to learn more about the opportunities the Psyche Mission’s capstone projects have to offer.
Psyche capstone projects are underway for the 2019-2020 academic year (see list below), partnering with colleges and universities across the country, including Arizona State University (ASU), California State University-Los Angeles (CSULA), Cleveland State University (CSU), Florida A&M University-Florida State University (FAMU-FSU), Northern Arizona University (NAU), Pennsylvania State University – Erie (Penn State – Erie), and Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU).
Interested in joining us? Fill out our form below!
Read about our approach to interdisciplinary capstone projects:
Coordinating Opportunistic Interdisciplinary Projects Across Single-Discipline Capstone Courses (Capstone Design Conference, June 2018)
Preparing Students to Work in Diverse Settings and Across Distance: Inter-University, Interdisciplinary Capstone Teams (Undergraduate Research Programs Conference, June 2019)
Two Universities, Two Disciplines, One Project: Perspectives of a Project Manager and an Engineer (Psyche blog, July 31, 2019)
Additional Psyche-focused capstone projects that may be undertaken by any interested university capstone course are in development. If you are a university capstone course instructor or administrator (or future capstone student) and would like more information, please fill out our interest form: