Senior Inquiry is a dual-credit, year-long program offered in partnerships between Portland State University and selected area high schools. Its purpose is to deliver interdisciplinary college-level courses on site at the high school, preparing students for the unique demands and rewards of college coursework.
Submissions from 2013: On May 30, 2013, Senior Inquiry students from Roosevelt, Jefferson, Liberty, and Westview High Schools gathered at Portland State University for a research showcase. Working collaboratively in mixed-school groups, they created posters using words, images, and drawings that express their major findings from the year.
Submissions from 2014
Popular Taste in Art as Related to Culture, Fariha Rahman
The Impact of Favela Painting, Fariha Rahman
Submissions from 2013
Senior Inquiry 2012-2013, Karissa A. Agabon, Ankit Gupta, Ashley L. Meedom, Regina Xiong, Tazia Aytche, and Desiree Barksdale
Senior Inquiry: Stop, Collaboration, Listen, Kenneth A. Ancell, Elsa D. Harder, Jemila Mohamed, Dea Arozamena, Kristin Szmigulski, Zachery Rogers, Zane Posen, and Dea Arozamena
Senior Inquiry: Diversity of the Human Experience, Keith Matthew Bickford, Mallory M. Hiefield, Sarah A. Niles, Daniel P. Surprenant, Kristofer Bolinger, and Aaron Cryer
Senior Inquiry: If You Want Peace Work for Justice, Brandon Buchanan, Lynsey M. Oordt, Kirsten Kopkie, and Jose Lopez-Bautista
Senior Inquiry: Llama Inquiry, Priyoshi Kapur, Zing Pham, Ann Tharappel, Luke Beale, and Kaleb Sorenson
Senior Inquiry: The Wave of Knowledge, Caufield H. Kathleen, Adam T. Johnson, Julie R. Peters, Kalah M. Taylor-Florence, Aldrin Falcon, and Hayden Hall
Senior Inquiry 2013, Zachary T. Kiley, Jeannette Phan, Yu Yizhen, Eryka Island, and Harvey Lastra
Senior Inquiry: Related Chaos, Theodore J. LaGrow, Kayla Q. Reyes, Zachary Learned, and Bethany Edgerly
Senior Inquiry: Life in a Nutshell, Laura W. Larson, Daniel M. Eisenbach, Raghav Tripathi, and Nicholas De La Merced
Senior Inquiry : Fortune Teller, Jessica J. Lee, Paige M. Tucker, and Julian P. Ford