Undergrad Research Video Competition Opens

Undergrad Research Video Competition Opens

Undergrad Research Video Competition Opens

Undergraduate students in the engineering, science and technology disciplines are encouraged to create short (four-minute or less) videos describing their research to be entered in Sci/Terp, the first annual University of Maryland Science/Engineering/Technology Video Competition.

Winning videos will be understandable to middle school-aged students and will demonstrate what the undergraduates are working on in an exciting way.

The deadline for video entries is April 3. An information session about the competition will be held on February 20 at 5 p.m. in the Prince George’s Room in the Stamp Student Union.

Visit Newsdesk for more details.

February 8, 2007


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