SYE Legacies: Student Group Projects

 
The Otterbein Senior Year Experience provides graduating students with opportunities to articulate and practice their roles and responsibilities as citizens in interdisciplinary settings, reflect on their education as a whole, and prepare for their transition to life beyond college. As part of their work, students apply the knowledge, skills, and values gained in their various majors and general education courses to develop solutions to meet contemporary challenges/problems. Their group projects become a legacy for future students to learn from and build on.

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SYE Group Projects from 2016

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Nutrition and Exercise: Best of Both Worlds, Jacob Allen Burns, Lukas Swysgood, and Trenton Antonaros

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1st Annual Sawyer Walker Scholarship, Brooke Dolin

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Urban Appalachian Festival Proposal, Sarah Holbrook, Courtney Johnston, Ian Buchanan, Cody Stanley, and Alex Umble

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Appalachian Art Exhibit at the Gladden House Proposal, Yashi Hu, Chloe Fritz, and Michael Tiburzio

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The Westerville Naturals Baseball Team & Otterbein Health And Sport Sciences, Student Project, Kenleigh J. Immel, Jason Combs, Adam Collier, Taylor Lindsey, and Christian Brett

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OTTERTHON, Brooke Jones, Ashley Anderson, and John Pyles

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Otterbein University Bar Crawl, Andrew Leskowitz

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Rotten to the Core, Trevor W. McDonald

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Mini Series Presentations, Robert L. Moody IV and Natasha S. Natraj

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Culture in the Community, Adelaide Olander

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Protecting Plato, Ashley N. Putnam

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Westerville Jaycee Pool, Myranda M. Wolfe, Taylor E. Detwiler, Kyle M. Burrowes, and Phillip J. Cochran

SYE Group Projects from 2015

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Food Insecurity and Nutrition in Franklinton, Hannah Baker, Tanner Graham, Ashley Mullins, Kelsey Seltzer, and Ryan P. Thombs

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CACTE Partnership Proposal, Chelsea Beeler, Jaylin Kennedy, Nate Lawrence, and Andrea Thomas

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Franklinton HealthCare Committee, Devyn Hempy, Logan Peterman, Nicole Kostiuk, Ethan Wojciechowski, and Matt McCollister

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Appalachian Festival Proposal, Timothy Rainer, Cassie Grate, Callen Thompson, and Amy Gadd