60-Second Video Contest Returns
November 7, 2018 / by Martha Bushong
Mason Engineering students take note: Here’s an opportunity for you to showcase your innovative ideas, test your video skills, and win cash.
Dean Ken Ball is hosting a video contest this winter. First prize is $500, second is $250. Other prizes will go to some of the best submissions.
Engineering undergraduates, master’s students, and PhD candidates¬ can participate alone or in teams. Student teams must include at least one person from Mason Engineering, but students from other schools can participate as well.
Here are the rules:
Submit a video (at most 60 seconds) that either:
Tells a compelling story about an engineering project you did or are doing at Mason; or
Captures viewers’ imagination by illustrating how “The Future of Engineering Is Here.”
Here’s what you can do now:
- Assemble your team
- Start brainstorming
- Think of different ideas and try them out, be creative and show everyone how engineers innovate
The deadline for the competition will be in early February. We will announce the winners and award prizes during Engineers Week.
How to enter:
- Decide which track you will enter
- Create your video
- Upload your video on YouTube
- Submit your video by email to email@example.com with the subject line: 60-second video track 1 or 60-second video track 2.
Include the names and program majors of the team members and the YouTube url in the body of the email.
Entries must be received by noon on February 1, 2019.
Winners will be announced during Engineer’s Week 2019.
The fine print:
By submitting the video you and your team grant permission to George Mason University the absolute and irrevocable right and permission, with respect to the videos, and audio taken or made of me and /or comments made by me or in which I may be included with others; to use, re-use, and publish the same in whole or in part in any and all media including use on the world wide web, now or hereafter, and for any purpose whatever for illustration, promotion, art, recruitment, publication, advertising, and trade, and if appropriate, to use your names and pertinent education and/or biographical facts as George Mason University chooses. Use of videos, is granted without any restriction as to changes or alterations (including but not limited to composite or distorted representations or derivative works made in any medium) and you waive any right to inspect or approve the finished versions incorporating the video, audio recording, and/or comments including written copy that may be created and appear in connection therewith.
We agree that George Mason University owns the copyright in these videos, and/or audio recordings and hereby waive any claims based on any usage of the works derived therefrom. We release and discharge George Mason University and its employees, assigns, licensees, successor in interest, and legal representatives from any and all claims and demands arising out of or in connection with the use of these videos, audio recordings, and/or comments, including without limitation any and all claims for libel or invasion of privacy. The videos, audio recordings, and/or comments will not be sold to any other firm or organization.
Questions? Contact Martha Bushong (firstname.lastname@example.org).