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Date: Apr 14, 2014
Title: Thinc. Prize for Innovation Student Teams Setting Up Rube Goldberg Machines Erin Hollander
Image #: 31240-028
Photographer: Paul Efland
Caption: Erin Hollander, a first-year University of Georgia student majoring in biochemistry and genetics, tests her Rube Goldberg machine before the Thinc. at UGA Prize for Innovation competition. Students were challenged to build the machines with the theme "To Start Something."
Date: Apr 13, 2014
Title: Thinc. Give Back Hack
Image #: 31236-042
Photographer: Rick O'Quinn
Caption: Members of Team UGA Miracle (L-R) Olivia Veazey, Kristen Jones, Mary Ashlyn Dennis and Lindsay Jean-Louis share a laugh while playing musical chairs during a break at the Give Back Hack, part of Thinc. at UGA. The students were challenged to use their creativity and expertise to address an important community concern in 24 hours.
Date: Apr 13, 2014
Title: Thinc. Give Back Hack
Image #: 31236-115
Photographer: Rick O'Quinn
Caption: (L-R) Logan Henry and Mad Dworschak work on their project for Camp Kesem during the Give Back Hack, part of Thinc. at UGA. The students were challenged to use their creativity and expertise to address an important community concern in 24 hours.
Date: Apr 9, 2014
Title: Ben Ayers
Image #: 31214-036
Photographer: Robert Newcomb
Caption: Ben Ayers is Director of the J M School of Accounting in the University of Georgia Terry College of Business
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