The UGA Libraries and the Office of Research invite students to enter the Capturing Science Contest, a competition to encourage STEM engagement in innovative and interdisciplinary ways. The deadline for the contest is 5 p.m. on Dec. 2.
The contest, now in its third year, offers two prize categories: one for undergraduates and another for graduate students. Within each category, first place wins $1,000, second place receives $350 and third place earns $150. Submissions will be evaluated according to their clarity of expression, creativity and appeal to a broad audience. Group projects and multiple submissions are acceptable. Winners will be announced in January 2020.
Visit guides.libs.uga.edu/capturingscience for contest rules, previous winners and all past submissions. The contest site also includes commentary from contest judges explaining how previous winning entries exemplified the spirit of the contest. For any questions, contact Chandler Christoffel at email@example.com.