Project Lever is featured on the front page of eCampusNews today! Read the full article here. For many students, just starting a research project can be the tallest hurdle standing in the way of completing one. Nearly sixty percent of students at Harvard University who say they plan to do research projects end up graduating […]
Big positive news for Project Lever from Steven Mintz, opinion leader the Chronicle for Higher Education: e-advising is named No.1 educational innovation of the future! Innovation 1: e-Advising Why do only half of college students graduate? Noncognitive factors seem pivotal, and social disconnection appears to be a crucial factor. When students feel alone, they withdraw […]
Programming? Check. Electronics? Check. Machining, brainstorming, and reading? Check, check check. Despite their varied nature, the above tasks are all in a day’s work for Ishan Chattrejee, a rising sophomore at Harvard University. Working in the Harvard Biodesign Lab under the auspices of its founder, assistant professor Conor Walsh, Chatterjee is assisting with medical engineering […]
We at Project Lever have been very fortunate to work together with team at LearnLaunch as well as Exponential Space in the Back Bay. Stop by our new office in downtown Boston! And check out the picture from Thursday’s open house! Exponential, thanks for your hospitality - we look forward to working with you!