Use creativity and imagination to participate in the AIChE Global Undergraduate Student Video Competition. Student teams will have a chance to create a 2-5 minute video that explains and inspires high school students and communities to learn more about chemical engineers and what they do. Each video will compete to win a judges choice award or a team choice award. The winners of each year’s competition will be announced at the Annual Student Conference.
The global reach of the competition will allow the exchange of relevant knowledge between diverse communities and will also enable the exchange of ideas on adaptation of process technology in different countries. This will highlight the impact of concerned technologies on societies around the globe.
Thank you to the AIChE Foundation for providing financial support for this competition!
Welcome video on the Global Undergraduate Student Video Competition:
2020 Competition Topic:
The Circle of Life: Plastics Edition
Nomination Packet (Documents)
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Teams are responsible for completing the competition entry process in its entirety by the submission deadline in order to be eligible to compete. To submit your team’s entry, you will need to complete the online Global Student Video Competition Entry Form, following all form instructions and providing all required items.
Please note that Wufoo limits the maximum size of each uploaded item to 25 MB, and places a combined limit of 100 MB on multiple uploaded items submitted via the same form. Click here to test uploading your team's completed video submission, copyright statement form, and safe experimentation form (if applicable) prior to submitting your official entry. Testing is optional, but recommended.
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Competition Deadlines and Important Dates
*Attendance at the Annual Student Conference is not required to compete.
Video Qualification Criteria
You will be judged on the following qualifications:
Additional Qualification Criteria
Each university can create as many videos as they wish for submission into each category; however, a university will only be eligible to win a maximum of two (2) awards.
Competition's Copyright Rules
Upon submission of each video, teams will need to confirm that they have read, reviewed and adhered to the Competition's Copyright Rules.
Tips on a successful competition video:
Who are the judges?
The final evaluators for the Judges' Choice award will consist of individuals from different fields of expertise to ensure fair evaluation as well as to foster interest of experts from other disciplines in the chemical engineering activities.
Team Voting Process
All competition videos will be posted on the Global Undergraduate Student Video Competition YouTube page. An email announcement will be made to all participating team captains with instructions for casting the team's vote once the team voting period is open.
Each participating team will be eligible to cast one vote for another participating team’s entry, with the following exclusions:
Winning videos will be those with the most number of votes.
Questions? Email us at AIChE.GSC@gmail.com.