Vote for Marquette student finalist Adam Knier in The Science Coalition’s student video challenge; voting closes Nov. 17

Adam Knier, a doctoral candidate in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Biological Sciences, is a finalist for The Science Coalition’s “Fund It Forward Video Competition.” 

Knier is one of three finalists competing for cash prizes by spreading the word on why science matters. You can vote for his submission on the Science Coalition website. Voting runs through Nov. 17.  

Watch Knier’s video here: 

First place winners will receive $1,000, second place winners will receive $750, and third place winners will receive $500. Graduate and undergraduate submissions will be judged separately. The winner of the People’s Choice Award, which is open to both graduates and undergraduates, will receive $500. 

The Science Coalition is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization of more than 50 of the nation’s leading public and private research universities. It is dedicated to sustaining the federal government’s investment in fundamental scientific research as a means to stimulate the economy, spur innovation and drive American competitiveness.