School Year Production Program Gallery

Jun 12, 2018 Produced by Alejandro Ruiz for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018 more
Jun 12, 2018 Produced by Aritra Roy Mazumder for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018 more
Jun 12, 2018 Produced by India Cordero for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018 more
Jun 12, 2018 Produced by Lucy Bent for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018 more
Jun 12, 2018 Produced by Johnnie Williams for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018 more
Jun 12, 2018 Produced by Harry Jean for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018 more
Jun 12, 2018 "I wake up to early...I can't even eat breakfast everyday..." Produced by Amtiaz Uddin for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018 more
Jun 12, 2018 Produced by Allison Desir for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018 more
Jun 12, 2018 Produced by Amtiaz Uddin for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018 more
Jun 12, 2018 Produced by Johnny Pierre for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018 more
Jun 12, 2018 A personal narrative about growing up, home, and community, told through an original poem. Produced by Markell Grant for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018 more
Jun 12, 2018 Produced by Anderson Guichette and Aritra Roy Mazumder for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018. Produced in collaboration with the Cambridge Public Health Department. more
Jun 12, 2018 Produced by Allison Desir, Markell Grant and Johnnie Williams for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018. Produced in collaboration with the Cambridge Public Health Department. more
Jun 12, 2018 Produced by Djenny Alissage, Lucy Bent and Alejandro Ruiz for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018. Produced in collaboration with the Cambridge Public Health Department. more
Jun 12, 2018 Produced by by Harry Jean, Johnny Pierre and Mattingly Wood for the School Year Production Program Spring 2018. Produced in collaboration with the Cambridge Public Health Department. more
Feb 22, 2018 Virginia Burger, an Algorithms Scientist at Xtal Pi in Cambridge, talks about how her work using computational methods to predict the molecular structure of drugs helps pharmaceutical companies choose the most beneficial form for patients and save money in the development of new treatments. Produced by Amtiaz Uddin and Alejandro Ruiz for the School Year Production Program Fall 2017 more
Feb 22, 2018 Johnnie welcomes Cathleen Nalezyty of the MIT Museum to the studio at CCTV to demonstrate what activities she uses in the Science On The Street Program at local events. In Episode 1, Cathleen and Johnnie explore the secrets of the Mystery Tube. Produced by Allison Desir and Johnnie Williams for the School Year Production Program Fall 2017 more
Feb 22, 2018 Johnnie welcomes Cathleen Nalezyty of the MIT Museum to the studio at CCTV to demonstrate what activities she uses in the Science On The Street Program at local events. In Episode 2, Cathleen and Johnnie make their own kites. Produced by Allison Desir and Johnnie Williams for the School Year Production Program Fall 2017 more
Feb 22, 2018 Johnnie welcomes Cathleen Nalezyty of the MIT Museum to the studio at CCTV to demonstrate what activities she uses in the Science On The Street Program at local events. In Episode 3, Cathleen and Johnnie play around with Defraction Glasses. Produced by Allison Desir and Johnnie Williams for the School Year Production Program Fall 2017 more
Feb 22, 2018 Massachusetts accounts for 20% of opioid related overdoses across the country annually. What can Cambridge do to help those struggling with addiction? A message to the Cambridge City Council Produced by Bandu Adhikari, Mostafa Kamal and Alejandro Ruiz for the School Year Production Program Fall 2017 more
Feb 22, 2018 Many high school students deal with anxiety, depression and many other mental health related issues, but are not aware of the resources available to them. Promoting these resources can help to keep teens healthy and safe. A message to the Cambridge City Council Produced by India Cordero, Allison Desir and Mattingly Wood for the School Year Production Program Fall 2017 more

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