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Hey readers! Are you creative? Are you talented with a camera? Do you want an opportunity to win $500?! Then do I have just the thing for you!!!!

The Rock Ethics Institute is holding a competition open to ALL (yes that includes you too, grad student) Penn State students at ANY Penn State campus who are or have been enrolled full-time in the 2009/2010 academic year. The competition itself, you ask? Why, it is to create a short film about ethics. The Rock Ethics Institute attempts to promote ethical awareness across the University (in public and professional sectors) through teaching, research and outreach. More information can be found here.

Back to the competition. Rock Ethics Institute would like a film focused on an ethical issue or one that enhances the appreciation of being ethical. It can be serious or funny. Finalists will be honored at a ceremony in April 2010 where they receive the $500 reward. Finalists and semi-finalists get to have their entries posted on the YouTube page for Rock Ethics Institute.

So do you think you can make a movie (not exceeding 5 minutes) on ethics? The submission deadline is March 19, 2010. For more rules and guidelines, click here.

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