Fall 2012 Graduate Research Video Competition
Information and Rules
The Graduate School is holding a video competition this fall for graduate student-generated video content. More information about the competition can be found below.
Graduate Research Promotional Video – A short video (2-3 minutes) that describes a particular area of research or scholarly activity involving TU graduate students. This video should capture the main emphasis of a specific research or scholarly activity at TU, and discuss that research in a way that is understandable and interesting to the general public.
Who: All currently enrolled TU graduate students are eligible to enter one video submission to the competition. Currently enrolled TU students may form teams of up to four members for a video submission, and no more than one member of the team may be a current TU undergraduate. Please carefully read the Research Video Competition Information and Rules prior to entering the competition.
What: A 2-3 minute video overview of a research or scholarly activity involving graduate students at TU. The video should be submitted in a format playable by either Windows Media Player or Apple Quicktime. Videos should be submitted on a CD/DVD or flash drive. The Graduate School will retain the CD/DVD or flash drive until the completion of the competition.
When: Interested individuals/teams must submit a completed and signed Research Video Competition Entry Form to the Graduate School no later than Monday, October 8, 2012.
All video entries must be received by the Graduate School no later than Monday, November 26, 2012 at noon. Entrants must submit a completed and signed Research Video Competition Submission Form at the time that they submit their video.
Why: The Graduate School is seeking to reward graduate student creativity and their ability to clearly express the benefits of ongoing graduate student research and scholarly activities on our campus. Students will have the opportunity to develop methods for clearly defining and explaining their work in a particular area of research or scholarly activity and will be evaluated on their ability to convey their message effectively and clearly to a general audience.
One winning entry will be selected. The winning entry will be awarded a cash prize of $1,000 and will be made available for viewing on the Graduate School website as well as on Graduate School social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc). The prize will be awarded as a check made out to the winning individual. If a team submits the winning entry, team members will receive individual checks splitting the award evenly between each team member.
Winners will be notified of the official contest results on December 10, 2012. Winners will be announced on the Graduate School website and the winning entry will be available for viewing at that time.
Please contact John Bury, Assistant Dean of the Graduate School, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate Research Video Competition - Information and Rules
Graduate Research Video Competition - Entry Form (Due Monday, October 8, 2012)
Graduate Research Video Competition - Video Submission Form (Due with video submission on Monday, November 26, 2012)