PhD Student Videos Honored by the National Science Foundation

Their video submission to the 2013 IGERT Video and Poster Competition has been selected as one of 25 winning submissions...

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6/18/13 via the Cornell Chronicle

Doctoral students Lauren McPhillipsArmanda Roco, Janet Barclay and Geoffrey Bomarito were honored at the National Science Foundation’s Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship June 11 for clearly and concisely explaining their work in the two videos below.

Their projects' video submission to the 2013 IGERT Video and Poster Competition has been selected as two of 25 winning submissions! This year’s competition included 124 submissions from 119 IGERT programs and 249 Ph.D. students nationally. The online video competition on www.igert.org, has received over 16,500 “Likes” on Facebook and over 39,000 unique visitors from over 153 countries. Additionally, news sites such as Scientific American, Nature, Red Orbit, and Yahoo have featured the competition.

Watch the winning videos:

http://www.cornell.edu/video/from-microbes-to-landscapes-improving-greenhouse-gas-models
http://www.cornell.edu/video/how-and-when-metals-fail

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