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Capstone Projects

Wake and Bake: Bakery and Cafe

Tue, 12/03/2019 - 22:33
Abstract: Wake and Bake Bakery and Cafe is a bakery and cafe that also specializes in CBD edible products. We are located in Spokane, Washington in the neighborhood of Browne's Addition. The hours of operation are Mondays-Fridays from 6 am to 3 pm, Saturdays from 8 am to 1 pm, and closed Sundays. We offer scones, muffins, cookies, and loaves of bread. Additionally, we sever coffee, tea, and specialty coffee and tea drinks. We have classic breakfast sandwiches and delish lunch sandwiches all on housemade bread. For our CBD products, we have cookies, muffins, butter, and CBD shots that can be added to any drink.
Access: Yes
Literary Rights: On
Major: Baking Arts and Service Management
Year: 2019
Authors: Hannah Bunal

Emmacakes Bakery

Wed, 12/04/2019 - 13:56
Abstract: My capstone project was to create my own bakery. I decided to make Emmacakes Bakery, located in Enumclaw, Washington. This capstone project included creating a menu, business plan, food cost, an interview, results of sampling three types of desserts, job descriptions, payroll, hours of operation, production schedules, initial and monthly costs, and more.
Access: Yes
Literary Rights: On
Major: Baking Arts and Service Management
Year: 2019
File Attachments: Emmacakes Bakery.docx
Authors: Emma Winiarski

Colorado Blue Cafe and Bistro

Wed, 12/04/2019 - 21:17
Abstract: Colorado Blue Cafe and Bistro is a bakery and lunch spot located in Denver, CO. The cafe largely focuses on the community, using local and fresh ingredients, showcasing items that appeal to the locals. This industrial style bakery will feature sandwiches made from fresh baked bread, soups, artisan baked goods, and upscale latte's and coffees. Overall, this business is uniquely designed to focus on the customers and community, while adding an artistic element, unlike any other business.
Access: Yes
Literary Rights: On
Major: Baking Arts and Service Management
Year: 2019
Authors: Megan Krebs

Caitlin's Creations

Tue, 12/03/2019 - 16:50
Abstract: The background of my business Caitlin's Creations in Vermont
Access: Yes
Literary Rights: On
Major: Baking Arts and Service Management
Year: 2019
Authors: Caitlin Fortin

Sights Can Be Deceiving

Thu, 05/02/2019 - 14:11
Abstract: How does our sense of sight impact our consciousness and sensation of flavors when eating?
Access: Yes
Literary Rights: On
Major: Baking Arts and Service Management
Year: 2019
Authors: Gabriella Buehler

Cake Decorations and Weather Conditions

Wed, 05/08/2019 - 16:23
Abstract: What affects do weather conditions have on some common cake decorations.
Access: Yes
Literary Rights: On
Major: Baking Arts and Service Management
Year: 2019
Authors: Kalei Fenn

Management Capstone

Mon, 05/06/2019 - 15:38
Abstract: The management capstone planned an event for the Paul Smiths college community to partake in. They conducted interviews of event planners, spoke to different departments within the school, created a budget, and executed the event. Their event was based around earth day and sustainable practices. They were able to track the number of attendees through a sign-in sheet and satisfaction of the event through a survey. The capstone students learned what it takes to plan events, how to execute them, and how to track their impact on the community involved.
Access: Yes
Literary Rights: On
Major: Entrepreneurial Business Studies
Year: 2019
Authors: Natalina Bevilacqua
Gabrielle Fronckowiak

Programming and Marketing Aspects of the PSC Guide Service

Wed, 05/08/2019 - 14:49
Abstract: Research the existing and potential development of a marketing plan for the PSC guiding business, including activity specific materials. As well as, expanding the expeditions or trip experience branch of services to include all season activities with the consideration of market interest and tested experiences.
Access: Yes
Literary Rights: On
Major: Recreation, Adventure Education and Leisure Management
Year: 2019
File Attachments: THE FINAL DRAFT.docx
Authors: Cody Evanchick & Grace Seltzer

A Taste of Healthier Baking

Fri, 05/04/2018 - 16:42
Abstract: A Taste of Healthier Baking; We substituted fats and sugars in various recipes with their healthier counterpart.
Access: Yes
Literary Rights: On
Major: Baking Arts and Service Management
Year: 2018
Authors: Megan Rivers, Victoria Sweet

Engaging Visitors Of Glenview Preserve With Interpretive Signage

Fri, 12/14/2018 - 11:42
Abstract: Glenview Preserve is a Lowland forest and Field property that boarders the Bloomingdale Bog. Implementing an educational system at the preserve would lead to more public interaction that would guarantee support for the Adirondack Land Trust’s mission objectives. This approach would involve the development of an interpretive day-use site, interpretive programs and signs, and an outdoor education space. For my portion I will be investigating how the Adirondack Land Trust can construct interpretive signage that is weather resistant and provides valuable content. The quality of the content will be evaluated using the National Association of Interpretation principles of POETRY. These signs will promote ALT’s mission objectives by encouraging people to make a difference after their visit through well-constructed and entertaining information. Visitors will donate money to ensure that having an educational system at the preserve is a leading concern of the Adirondack Land Trust’s management plan for Glenview Preserve.
Access: Yes
Literary Rights: On
Major: Integrative Studies, Natural Resources Conservation and Management, Recreation, Adventure Education and Leisure Management, Parks and Conservation Management
Year: 2018
Authors: Tiffany Elizabeth Marie Clark

Student of Natural Resources and Conservation Management

Fall 2018 graduate of Paul Smith's College