SVGS Team Wins JMU Physics Video Contest!!!

A huge congratulations to Paul Luong, Jack Frisbie, and Max D’Silva for their first-place winning video submission for the 2015 JMU Physics Video Contest! Many thanks to those who contributed videos and who added to our views and “likes” on the JMU YouTube Channel.

The link to the winning video can be found here:

Final Results  for 2015 JMU Physics Video Contest area as follows:

First Place ($500 to the team and $300 to the host class)

Ninja Physics (Entry 26)

By Paul Luong, Jack Frisbie, and Max D’Silva

From the Shenandoah Valley Governor’s School

Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Chris Martin

 

Second Place ($300 to the team and $200 to the host class)

Heat and Thermodynamics (Entry 20)

By Emily Miller, Alex Porter, Kim-Yen Nguyen, and Abby Daibert

From Rosati-Kain High School

Faculty Sponsors: Mrs. Lester and Mrs. Morris

 

Third Place($200 to the student and $100 to the host class)

Ballistic Bouncy Balls (Entry 28)

By Rasikao Rao

From the Durham Academy

Sponsor: Mr. Lou Parry

 

Honorable Mention ($50 to the team)

Illustrious Illusions (Entry 19)

By Carolyn Bossung, Payton Hosna, Chidera Okafor, and Emily Schaeffer

From Rosati-Kain High School

Faculty Sponsors: Mrs. Lester and Mrs. Morris

 

Honorable Mention ($50 to the team)

Under Pressure (Entry 6)

By Derek Brown and Zain Clapacs

From the Durham Academy

Faculty Sponsors: Mr. Lou Parry

 

Congratulations to all the teams. The videos can be viewed on the YouTube Channel: JMU Physics Video Contest 2015

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