Rawls College of Business Students Go Hollywood
Professor Francisco Delgadillo's class creates movies praising Texas Tech's diversity.
Written by Rikki Carter
Rawls College of Business students took on a major challenge for a class project: Create a movie that advertises Texas Tech as an outstanding university, in which diversity is praised.
Professor Francisco Delgadillo, instructor of the Introduction to Information Systems in Business course, required the students to produce a movie complete with a title, credits, photos, transition effects and background music.
The assignment was sponsored by Edward Jones and the Texas Tech Division of Institutional Diversity, Equity & Community Engagement. Creators of the winning movie were awarded $500, second place $300, third place $300, fourth place $200 and fifth place $200.
Here are the top 3 movies as selected by a panel of judges:
1st Place: Nathan Toti
2nd Place: Cedric Kudowor
3rd Place: Hayden Turner
To view the top seven videos, click here.
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