The Human Services Capstone is an in-depth, student-centered course that requires the student to perform a 180-hour fieldwork experience where they will integrate the knowledge, theory, skills and professional behaviors that they have learned in the classroom. Utilizing this experience, students will identify and conduct a final research project. The student will explore, research, evaluate, and theorize a focused area of his/her interest within the human services field. Topics may include a specific population issue, current problem, information gap, culturally diverse client populations or a student/organization identified service need.

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Capstones from 2016

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Abnormal Psychology and its Relation to the Human Service Field, Bianca Cambrelen

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Examining the Impact of Social and Emotional Learning, Jamell Cotto

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Nutrition and Child Development, Danielle Cyr

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Inclusion and Advocacy for People with Intellectual/ Developmental Disabilities, Katherine Guilmette

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Infant Mortality, Dwayne Mullings

Capstones from 2015

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Student Services, Jenette Davis

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Alcoholism: An Epidemic in the Native American Community, Natalena Fantozzi

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The Truth about Long-Term Care, Shane Grant

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Dental Coverage for low-income individuals on Medicaid, Jainaba Kebbeh

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Is Religion Delusion?, Veronica Vioude

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The Affects of Peer Pressure on Adolescents, Marquis Wortham