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2019-2020 AEESP/EESF Student Video Competition

AEESP’s Membership and Demographics Committee hosted the fifth annual AEESP/EESF Student Video Competition. The theme of this year’s Competition was “The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Turns 50.” Each year, the Student Video Competition seeks to highlight environmental engineering and science to increase awareness about the field and encourage young people to learn more about stewardship of water, land, air, mineral, and energy resources. The Competition was open to undergraduate and graduate students studying environmental engineering and science worldwide. Teams from around the country submitted videos on this year’s theme. Judging was conducted by a panel of environmental engineering and science faculty, as well as practicing engineers. Videos were evaluated based on originality and creativity, content accuracy, and potential to motivate middle and high school students to pursue a career in environmental engineering and science.

The winning teams were awarded prizes of $1,000 (first place), $750 (second place), and $500 (third place). Respectively, they were:

AEESP President Joel J. Ducoste recognized the winning teams in conjunction with the annual AEESP Awards Presentation on Monday, October 5th. The Awards presentation was held online as part of AEESP’s Celebration of the Membership event.

The Membership and Demographics Committee would like to congratulate this year’s Competition winners and thank all the teams who participated! We hope that everyone enjoys these videos, and we encourage you to share them widely to promote the general public’s understanding of environmental engineering and science. They are available on AEESP’s website (https://aeesp.org/aeespeesf-student-social-media-and-video- competitions)


2019-2020 Student Video Competition Videos

First Place: University of South Florida

Second Place: California Polytechnic University, Pomona

Third Place: University of California, Irvine

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