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Thank you all for the hard work and efforts that were put into ASEE’s first ever video contest. We are please to announce the winners! Congratulations to the below:

1st Place

Sadhu Moka and Zach Beasley

Innovation In Engineering Education

The University of South Florida

  2nd Place

Philamon Hemstreet

  Connected Through Technology – The Future of Engineering

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

3rd Place

Samantha Hardy, Nebiyu Ysmashewa Tadesse, Hernan Lopez,  Anna Lin Pyle & Nate Kuczun

25 Years 

University of Colorado Boulder

Sadhu Moka and Zachariah Beasley


First Place: $3,000 cash prize, and a trip to our Annual Conference
Second Place: $1,500 cash prize
Third Place: $500 cash prize

Should the winner not attend the annual conference trip, winner shall not be entitled to any cash or other compensation in lieu thereof. No substitution may be given for a prize.

Winners will be responsible for paying taxes on a prize, including cash prizes, and any expenses not specified relating to the acceptance and use of a prize. An IRS Form 1099 will be issued to winners where applicable. ASEE/EngineeringCAS may reserve the right to contact the winner’s school directly. Winners and guests receiving a trip to Washington, DC, must travel on the same itinerary and on dates and times approved by ASEE.


  • Registration opens: June 24, 2018
  • Registration closes: December 1, 2018
  • Submission Deadline: February 1, 2019 (Entries must be submitted by 11:59 PM Eastern Time.)
  • Judging period: February 1 – 28, 2019
  • Winners announced: April 1, 2019

Winners awarded at the ASEE Annual Conference in Tampa in June 2019.


Limit of one (1) entry per person or team.

The video should be no longer more than 90 seconds in length.
To upload your video, you may use a platform of your choice (YouTube, Vimeo, ect) then email one (1) copy to 125videocontest@asee.org. send your application form, and a link to your video to 125videocontest@asee.org by the deadline of December 1, 2018.
When sending your email, please use the “125th Video Contest” in the subject line of your email.


Points 0 – None 1 – Moderate 2 – Strong 3 – Above & Beyond


Did the video demonstrate examples of what Engineering Education will look like in 25 years?

Did the video include enough supporting information to tie in the theme.

Did the video answer the posed questions:
• What does engineering education look like?
• What changes have been implemented?
• What does the student body look like? How are classes taught?

Did the video show authenticity?
Is the video engaging?
Did the viewer’s take interest in the video?

Technical Specs
Focus and Audio
Transitions and editing
Did the video meet the technical requirements (<90 seconds in length, uploaded on time)