The BASIS.ed
Senior Projects 2018

The Senior Project at BASIS Ahwatukee is a selective program that involves an off-campus research project or internship of the students’ choice and design. Students select a BASIS.ed faculty member as their advisor and work with a mentor at their selected research site. These projects may be completed anywhere in the world. At the end of the trimester, students return to campus and present an analysis of their findings to peers, staff, and parents.

BASIS Ahwatukee is one of 13 BASIS charter schools participating in the 2018 BASIS.ed Senior Project Program. To view the details of a specific project, select a student below.

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Aaqib Q.

Progress in New Therapies and Treatments for Patients with Neurodegenerative Diseases

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Alex C.

America's Statstime: A Statistical Approach to the Game of Baseball

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Ben S.

Discovering the Joys and Mysteries of Powered Paragliding

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Charlene M.

Through the Lens: A Photographic Experience

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Elliott B.

The Film Project: More Than Just Superheros

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Ember F.

3D-Printing the Future: The Making of a Makerspace

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Heidi K.

Let’s Press on: Regulations of Homeless Service Providers

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Jayashree I.

A Nervous Breakdown: Neuroblastomas and Catecholamine Secretion

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Krystian B.

Chicken Farming: Food for the Future

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Kunal T.

Now We're Gellin: Injectable Hydrogels and Polymers

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Lily K.

Finding Families for Furry Friends: Adoption Strategies For Animal Shelters

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Mansi J.

Postoperative Care: Addressing the Mental and Emotional Complications

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Marie S.

Science and Law: A Spontaneous Relationship

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Mary H.

What's in a Name?: A Qualitative Approach to Anthroponomastics

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Rifa V.

More than a Helping Hand?: A Look inside Charity Organizations

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Stanley L.

Copper on Solar Cells and Why it Makes Cents

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Zoe K.

REEL Arabs: A Study of the Media’s Portrayal of Arabs From 1948 Until Present

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