For the purpose of this conference, a capstone project may include the following:
• Independent study
• Campus or National Fellowship
• Department Prize Winner
• Grant Project (Creative Arts Council, Research at Brown, etc.)
• Art installation
• Final Theater/Dance/Vocal Performance
• Community Service Project (Swearer Center Coordinator, etc.)
• Long-Term Event Coordinator (Heritage Months & Weeks, etc.)
* Long-Term student group leader (BRYTE, EcoReps, Lecture Board, etc.)
• Demonstrates fascinating and unique work that inspires and motivates its audience.
• Appeals to not only members of academia, but also to peers, scholars, and community members outside of its academic discipline or interest area.
• Has potential for a compelling presentation that will resonate with and engage members of the Brown/Providence community.
• Applicant displays written/communication skills necessary for an eloquent and moving presentation.