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Conroy & Hyslop 1st place in Vidterp competition

Conroy & Hyslop 1st place in Vidterp competition

Aerospace engineering graduate students, Joseph Conroy and Andrew Hyslop earned 1st place in Vidterp Competition

Aerospace engineering graduate students, Joseph Conroy and Andrew Hyslop earned 1st place in Vidterp Competition

Aerospace graduate students, Joseph Conroy and Andrew Hyslop earned 1st place in the University of Maryland Vidterp Competition in the Engineering category. VidTerp is a University of Maryland competition for students to create a short video about their current research interest the University of Maryland. Entries were due on Tuesday, April 8. First and 2nd place winners in each of 3 categories will win prizes - $350, 1st place, and $150, 2nd place.

The three categories are:

  • Science/Engineering/Technology
  • Arts/Humanities/Society
  • Student Experience

Videos are focused towards an off-campus audience, specifically secondary school students. They should depict the Maryland experience in a positive light exhibiting exciting and interesting research.

For information regarding the VidTerp competition please view the following link:


http://www.newsdesk.umd.edu/vidterp/webcopy/details.cfm?ArticleID=1395





You may view 1st place video at:


http://www.researchusa.org/play.php?vid=517


April 23, 2008

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