BRATTLEBORO -- Marlboro College Graduate School will host two fairs at which graduating students will present and discuss their Capstone Projects.
Capstone Projects demand that graduating students fuse the knowledge they have gained across the breadth of their studies at the Grad School and then apply it in a new and creative fashion taking it to the "next level."
Visitors are encouraged to talk with the students about the projects and to critique them, allowing the future graduates to gain objective, supportive feedback that will lead to further refinements.
The MBA in Managing for Sustainability and Master’s in Managing Mission-Driven Organizations fair will be held Saturday, Nov. 10, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
For those in the master’s programs in Health Care Administration, Educational Technology, and Information Technologies as well as the bachelor’s completion program in Managing Information Systems, the fair will be on the following Saturday, Nov. 17, from noon to 2 p.m.
This year’s projects, as usual, cover an astonishing variety of topics and signal the students’ creativity. Topics range from Developing a Launch Plan for a National Clean Energy Customer Rewards Program to the construction of a Cyberbullying Curriculum Website.
Both of these events are free, and the public is encouraged to attend.
These Capstone Fairs will be held at Marlboro College Graduate School, 28 Vernon St., in Brattleboro.