This page is an online venue showcasing public service announcements (PSAs) created by high school students about environmental (and other science-based) issues in their community and across the nation. This is a collaboration between BEST Early and Berrien County Math Science Center. Students submit their two-minute videos for a PSA competition at the Michigan High School Math & Science Symposium held on the last Friday of April each year on the campus of Andrews University. Guidelines and Application forms can be accessed at links below.
Click on the link below to view their videos from the last five years.
Announcing a new BEST Early Public Science intiative. Click on the links below.
General examples of possible PSAs include: pollution, global warming, nutrition, science conspiracies, and health.
Some specific examples of possible topics:
i. America's lead poisoning problem isn't just in Flint. It’s everywhere. (http://www.vox.com/2016/1/21/10811004/lead-poisoning-cities-us)
ii. Their Soil Toxic, 1,100 Indiana Residents Scramble to Find New Homes.
iii. Thousands of Montana snow geese die after landing in toxic, acidic mine pit.
iv. Swimming Pool Chemistry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WRP9gSJS3Y
v. The future is now for America’s food safety programs.
vi. The Myth of Chemtrails