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The Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation is pleased to announce the Science Without Borders® Challenge, a contest meant to answer the question, “How Are We All Connected to the Oceans?” Students, ages 14-19, are asked to submit 1-5 minute videos that remind us how vital oceans are to our existence. Please forward this to any students in your networks.

DEADLINE: April 2, 2013

WHAT: To enter, each student will submit a multi‐media video presentation (15 minutes in length). The video can include any combination of interviews, comic storyboards, photography, and original footage to present an answer to the Challenge question. Each submission should convey a connection between everyday life and our oceans that can serve as a public service announcement to other students, parents, and the general public.

WHO: Any 14 to 19 year‐old from a US or international secondary school (high school) may participate. Group submissions are allowed (max. 3 students per group). All submissions must be electronically submitted and in English.

DEADLINE: April 2, 2013.

JUDGING: A panel of judges from the Living Oceans Foundation will select the top 15 submissions to be posted on the Foundation’s website for public viewing. The top three finalists will receive a GoPro underwater camera system. From the finalists, one Grand Prize winner will also receive an iPad Mini and $1000. Winners will be announced by midMay 2013.

For more information and submission instructions, go to:

Thank you,

Eddie Gonzalez

Cell: 703-868-2333
[email protected]

Education Director, Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation (LOF)
Board Member, Association of Partners for Public Lands (APPL)
MS Non-profit Management, Regis University
Divemaster, Professional Association of Dive Instructors (PADI)