The Senior Project allows students to demonstrate time-management skills, diligence in designing and handling a long-term project, critical-thinking skills, and the ability to access and use information in this technological age. The goal of this project is to provide a learning stretch in which students research a topic, interview professionals, work with mentors, create a project, design a website and present their findings to a panel of judges. More than a one-day test, the Senior Project is a truly authentic way of demonstrating to the public what each student has learned and what the student is able to accomplish.
Senior Projects – Class of 2016:
Maria Tout – Adoption in Islam: adoptioncontroversies.
Abdisalam Sharif – Islamic Feminism vs. Western Feminism:islamicfeminismfundam
Sara Baghdadi – Effect of Socioeconomic Status on One’s Diet: saraorganicandstatus.
Zachary Jawhar – Benefits of Black Seed: blackseedbenefits.
Ibrahim Abudiab – Tap Water vs. Filtered Water: filteredwatersp.weebly.
Huma Hussaini – Domestic Violence Against Women: spvictimsofdomesticviole
Khadijah Siddiqui – Different Uses of Henna: sp-bodyart.weebly.com
Hania Zafar – Effects of Homelessness: spthehomelesslif
The class of 2015 and their websites are listed below:
Abdullah Al-Rabbat, Influences of the Arabic Language http://arabiclinguistics.
Samar Al-Robyai, Youth Homelessness in the United States: http://
Kamal Dajani, Homeopathy vs. Conventional Medicine: http://
Jenna Hassan, Modesty and Fashion: http://fashionandmodesty.
Tesneem Madani, Medicinal Benefits of Honey: http://honeysp.weebly.com/
Mariem Moussawi, Uniting the Muslim Ummah through Charity: http://ummah-humanitarian.
Ahmed Osman, Effects of Periodontal Disease http://aosmansp.weebly.com/
Ammar Owis, Building vs. Buying a PC: http://ammaro.weebly.com/
Seema Qoronfleh, Controlling Type I Diabetes Naturally: http://controllingtype1sp.
Eglal Samir, The Story of Egypt and Its Freedom: http://seniorprojectrabia.
Muhammed Zouabi, Benefits of Dual Enrollment: http://mzouabi.weebly.com/
Muhammad Zafar, Wind Energy and Neodymium Magnets: http://awindpoweredworld.