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Clark School undergraduate students swept the First Annual University of Maryland Undergraduate Science/Engineering/Technology Video Competition this April. The winning videos can be viewed online. Ali Husain and Adam Mirvis (all aerospace engineering) won 1st place for “MX-2 Space Suit Analogue.” Edward Dechaumphai (mechanical engineering) and Jonathan Chung (electrical and computer engineering) won 2nd place for "Bringing the Future to the Present: Flexible Macroelectronics." Finally a team of Gemstone students, including many engineering students, won third place for “Examining Fire Safety of On-Campus Housing.” Engineering students won in three other categories as well. The winning videos will be shown on the University of Maryland web site and distributed to school systems in Maryland.



May 24, 2007


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