Student Projects

Student Projects

The Hart Leadership Program has a long history of exemplary student work, and we are proud to showcase here a selection of student research projects, internships, and honors theses dating back to 2011. Below, you can explore nearly 400 student projects, filtering by project type, Hart program affiliated with the project, thematic topics, project locations, and project years. The database does not provide the full text of students' projects, but it does provide abstracts of student work wherever available, as well as more information including students' class year and, when applicable, the name of the community partner organization a student worked with to conduct their internship or research. We will continue to expand the database as our students continue conducting phenomenal projects. In the meantime, use the search function below to explore our incredible students' work, and get inspired!

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Glory House Organization Report

Wrote grants to expand housing for sex trafficking survivors in Miami and produced an annual report of the clients served.

Birth Experiences of Black Women in San Diego

[Abstract not currently available.]

Sustainable Energy Infrastructure in Kigali, Rwanda

[Abstract not currently available.]

Exploring Supported Employment at Imagine Art

Millions of adults live with intellectual disabilities, including conditions such as autism, cerebral palsy, and sensory system disorders. This group faces countless inequities and has limited access to opportunities for community engagement and employment. Current support systems, such as Social Security and day habilitation, are inadequate, especially in the state …

Toward a Retorno Digno: Recommendations for a Holistic Public Policy of Return to Mexico City

Since the 1980s, Mexican and United States (US) economic and immigration policy reforms have created the conditions for Mexico to become a state of expulsion and return. Particularly since 1996, the US has deported or forced millions of migrants out of the country. Although poorly documented by both governments, the …

A Comprehensive Monitoring and Evaluation Review

This report covers the reporting period of July 2019 to April 2020 and is a review of the monitoring and evaluation work done at the Collateral Repair Project (CRP) in Amman, Jordan, during that time. This report endeavors to answer three related questions: what are the needs and capacities of …