Vote for your favorite People's Choice video in the Engineering for You Video Contest! bit.ly/VoteE4U3
There's still time to win $25,000! Enter the E4U3 video contest and tell us how mega engineering impacts society for a chance to win $25,000! http://nae.edu/e4u3
Enter the E4U3 video contest and tell us how mega engineering impacts society for a chance to win $25,000! http://nae.edu/e4u3
The National Academy of Engineering is launching the Engineering for You 2 (E4U2) Video Contest. We want you to review the 14 Grand Challenges, and then create and submit a 1 to 2 minute video that shows how achieving one or more of the NAE Grand Challenges for Engineering will lead to a more sustainable, healthy, secure, and/or joyous world! The Grand Prize of $25,000 will go to the most inspiring 1-2 minute video. We hope that you will participate in the contest and also encourage those in your communities to enter as well!
There are 15 finalists selected to compete for the People’s Choice Award in the Engineering For You (E4U) Video Contest! The winner of the People’s Choice Award will be determined by which finalist video has received the most “likes” from July 1, 2014 at 11:00 AM EDT until September 1, 2014 at 12:00 PM EDT. The prize for the People’s Choice Award is $5,000. Watch the videos and tell us which ones you “like” the most!
There's still time to win $25,000! The National Academy of Engineering wants to know how engineering impacts YOU! Enter the Engineering for You (E4U) Video Contest and tell us in 1-2 minutes how engineering creations serve the welfare of humanity and the needs of society. http://www.nae.edu/e4u/
In celebration of its upcoming 50th anniversary, the National Academy of Engineering is launching the Engineering for You (E4U) Video Contest to show how engineering creations serve the welfare of humanity and the needs of society. We are offering a $25,000 prize to the most inspiring 1-2 minute video focused anywhere between 1964 and 2064. Rev up your creativity, pull out your camera or phone, and produce a video showing the world how you see engineering enhancing quality of life and serving the needs of society! www.e4uvideocontest.org
Congratulations to all the winning teams for the OEC Ethics Video Challenge! Check them all out on the OEC.
We send a big congratulations to the Best Video winners: Stephanie Annessi, Monique Blake, Xinyi Liu, and Rajiha Mehdi from Smith College for their video Transnational Nuclear Waste Site Selection!
The People's Choice Award went to Thorium Future from the Stevens Institute of Technology!
It's time for the People's Choice Voting to begin! Go to our facebook page to "like" your favorite videos! Voting ends on January 31st. And don't forget to share with your family and friends!
[note: only "likes" on facebook will count toward the people's choice award. "views" on youtube will NOT count.]
The Ethics of Knowing
From University of Northern Colorado
Is the Halliburton Loophole Ethical?
From Smith College
Alice in Wasteland
From Purdue University
Waste is a Terrible Thing to Waste
From Smith College