Current Student Collaborations Participants
View a list of the students, faculty, staff, and mentors 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 available for teams at colleges and universities across the country. Interested in joining us? Fill out our form below and join the Copper Class (2021-2022)!
Read about our approach to interdisciplinary capstone projects:
Baby Steps or Giant Leaps: Models and Means for Promoting Interdisciplinary and Inter-University Opportunities in Your Capstone (Capstone Design Conference virtual workshop, July 21, 2021)
Coordinating Opportunistic Interdisciplinary Projects Across Single- Discipline Capstone Courses (International Journal of Engineering Education Vol. 35, No. 6[B], pp. 1983–1992, 2019)
Two Universities, Two Disciplines, One Project: Perspectives of a Project Manager and an Engineer (Psyche blog, July 31, 2019)
Preparing Students to Work in Diverse Settings and Across Distance: Inter-University, Interdisciplinary Capstone Teams (Undergraduate Research Programs Conference, June 2019)
Coordinating Opportunistic Interdisciplinary Projects Across Single-Discipline Capstone Courses (Capstone Design Conference, June 2018)
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: