AET Wins Award at Capstone Presentations
Justin Goldstein, Network Security and Electronics senior from Richmond, brought home one of the top prizes from the 2016 Dr. Glen Kleine Capstone Presentations on May 5th.
Goldstein's project, "Flexible Security: Wirelessly Networked, Solar Powered, and Cloud Storage Configured IP Camera System" garnered praise from judges on both content and presentation style: "Very original content/project, good use of humor, good eye contact, super creative, very professional, great job of keeping a very technical presentation simple." These were just a few of the impressive accolades that made this presentation one of the very best in the College.
Overall, six projects vied for prizes each of the College's six departments. A panel of six external judges made the final determination. This was the 20th Anniversary Capstones for the College of Business and Technology, which is free and open to all students, faculty, and the general public.
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Published on May 09, 2016