CEMS students, you have until 5 pm Friday, April 4, to send in URL links to videos of 5 minutes or less that reflect your unique experience in the UVM College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (CEMS).
A 1st place prize of $700 and a 2nd place prize of $500 will be awarded to the top two students for their submissions during the College's Honors Day eremony on Friday, April 18. Winning entries will also be posted on the CEMS web site and publicized through local and national press releases.
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Send your URLs to Dan Harvey at firstname.lastname@example.org. This contest is open to matriculated undergraduate and graduate CEMS students.
"Beginning in the first year, UVM CEMS provides a variety of unique hands-on learning experiences," says Dan Harvey, Assistant Dean. "This contest was created to showcase the accomplishments of our students to the world."
CEMS provides classes in engineering design, robotics and biomechanics; the Mini-Baja vehicle and the Aero car, are just some of the incredible opportunities available.
"Students who take action create change in our world," adds CEMS Dean Domenico Grasso. "Whether working with Engineers Without Borders, on mathematics, in computer programming, or analyzing traffic flows or the erosion of river banks engineering technology provides the resources for change."
So tell us your story! What makes your experience in CEMS unique? Entries will be judged by a panel of CEMS faculty and staff as well as members of the Vermont Public Television Production Department based on 70% creativity and 30% production values.
Email Dan Harvey at email@example.com.