This is a part of the award ceremony for Vid Terp 2008 where entries by participants are being displayed. This part of information is taken from the Universities official page on the result and can be accessed at http://www.newsdesk.umd.edu/undergradexp/release.cfm?ArticleID=1647. Contents from that link is quoted here for convenience.
"Winners of the University of Maryland 2008 Vid/Terp student video competition have been announced. Students created three-minute videos to show their research, academics, activities and creativity. Topics ranged from robotic aircraft to an alternative spring break trip, to a fictional day in the life of a student.
The competition was supported by Apple, and by http://www.doflick.com/Video.aspx?cId=41&t=2&mr=1doflick.comand research.usa.org, video Websites started and operated by University of Maryland former and current graduate students.
A panel of judges chose the winning videos in three categories: Science/Engineering/Technology, Student Life, and Arts/Humanities/Society. Judges were Mike Goldfein, science reporter, Belo Productions; Emilie Lorditch, producer, Discoveries and Breakthroughs in Science ; Kent Norman, associate professor, department of psychology; Ming Leong, producer, WJLA, ABC News 7; Lisa Tropea, manager, Hoff Theater; Joe Williams, Undergraduate Admissions; students at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt .
Click on the photo or title to see the video on doflick.com or researchusa.org (Rate the videos yourself on researchusa.org.)