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2021 Signature Programs Symposium: HGS Capstone

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2021 Signature Programs Symposium: HGS Capstone

On April 15-16, eleven seniors presented their year-long Senior Capstone Projects in Humanities & Global Studies (HGS) during the Bullis Annual Signature Programs Symposium. We are pleased to share their their presentations!

Sofia Brahimi: Girls’ Soccer For Women’s Empowerment in Egypt (HGS) YouTube | Vimeo


Lucy Byer: Understanding Homelessness in the DMV (HGS) YouTube | Vimeo


Roya Ebrahimi-Qajar: Bilingualism in the United States (HGS) YouTube | Vimeo


Mateo Eist: COVID-19 and Its Impact on Our Servicemembers (HGS) YouTube | Vimeo


Dylann Hanrahan: Stereotypes and Implicit Bias: Picturing Social and Economic Stereotypes (HGS) YouTube | Vimeo


Olivia Herron: Get Out and Play: The Importance of the National Parks (HGS) YouTube | Vimeo


Jonathan Lowenthal: Reforming our System: How to Fix Issues in Law Enforcement (HGS) YouTube | Vimeo


Ryanne Mills: The Drug War and Mass Incarceration in America (HGS) YouTube | Vimeo


Nora Rosario: Maternal Health: Exploring Ways to Protect Mothers (HGS) YouTube | Vimeo


Chase Turner: Medical Mistrust: African Americans and COVID-19 (HGS) YouTube | Vimeo


Bailey Walker: The Process of Gaining Learning Accommodations (HGS) YouTube | Vimeo

Congratulations to our HGS Seniors!


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About Bullis Signature Programs Symposium

Bullis offers four Signature Programs

The Bullis Annual Signature Programs Symposium is a three-day event that showcases the spectacular accomplishments of our Senior Capstone students. The event starts with the Bullis Shark Tank competition where Entrepreneurship students create start-up businesses to compete for an investment in their company — and ends with Senior Capstone Project presentations in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM), Visual & Performing Arts, and Humanities & Global Studies.

Bullis School offers Signature Programs in four subject areas; Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM), Visual & Performing Arts, Humanities & Global Studies, and Entrepreneurship. Signature Programs offer students access to these areas of focus from Kindergarten through 12th grade. Students are given the flexibility to dig deeper into areas of interest and passion while meeting broad academic requirements. By senior year, students have the opportunity to develop expertise and an in-depth independent year-long Senior Capstone Project in one of the four areas.