2014 Winners

Ocean 180 Winners AnnouncementThe winners of the 2014 Ocean 180 Video Challenge were selected by a student judging teammade up of over 30,000 middle school students in over 1,400 schools throughout the US, Australia, Aruba, Boliva, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Greece, Israel, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Taiwan, and Turkey. These students were responsible for critiquing and evaluating the top 10 finalists based on their creativity, message, and educational value.

Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Ocean 180 Video Challenge!

 
1st Place
Matthew Alford, University of Washington
Jennifer Isenhart, Wide Eye Productions
 
 
2nd Place
Laurence Yeung, University of California, Los Angeles
Meg Rosenburg, California Institute of Technology
 
 
3rd Place
Neil Hammerschlag, University of Miami
Gareth Burghes, Lagomorph Films
 
 
Honorable Mention
Joseph Pawlik, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
 
 

The winners of the 2014 Ocean 180 Video Challenge were announced Tuesday, February 25th at the 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting in Honolulu, HI. A special thanks to the 6th grade students at David Anderson Middle School in Stuart, Florida for providing our meeting announcement. You can take a look at the Ocean 180 Video Challenge poster from the meeting here.

 

 

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By the Numbers

During the 2014 Ocean 180 Video Challenge, 30,975 students participated as judges in 48 US states, Washington, D.C., US Virgin Islands, and 13 countries.

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