Robotics Education & Competition Foundation 2019 Online Challenge Winners Announced
Exemplary STEM Students Share Winning Submissions in STEM Education, Website Design, Girl Powered, Animation and Video Production
DALLAS, TX – March 11, 2019 – The Robotics Education & Competition (REC) Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 Online Challenges, which encourage students to take what they’ve learned through VEX Competitions and apply it to areas such as video creation, website development, and photography. Students who submit to the Online Challenges have an opportunity to share their ideas, win prizes, and receive a chance to compete at the VEX Robotics World Championship.
“The Online Challenges are a unique opportunity for students to showcase their ingenuity and dedication to STEM and illustrate the remarkable skill students gain through robotics,” said Dan Mantz, CEO and Chairman of the Board of the REC Foundation. “I congratulate everyone for their participation and thank each of you for sharing your remarkable talent with us. We look forward to recognizing these outstanding teams at the VEX Robotics World Championship.”
The first-place winners of the 2019 Online Challenges are as follows:
The winners, finalists, and their submissions are available here. The winning students and teams will be presented with their awards at the VEX Robotics World Championship, which will take place in Louisville, Ky. from April 24 – April 30. Recognized as the largest robotics competition in the world, the VEX Robotics World Championship will unite 1,650 of the best robotics teams internationally who will gather to compete for the title of “World Champion” for the VEX IQ Challenge, VEX Robotics Competition, and VEX U. For more information about VEX Worlds, please visit www.VEXworlds.com. For more information about the REC Foundation, please visit www.RoboticsEducation.org or www.RobotEvents.com.
About the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation
The REC Foundation seeks to increase student interest and involvement in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by engaging students in hands-on, sustainable and affordable curriculum-based robotics engineering programs across the U.S. and internationally. The REC Foundation develops partnerships with K-12 education, higher education, government, industry, and the non-profit community to achieve this work.