Free Showing of Film “Underwater Dreams” Set April 7 at Idaho State University Rendezvous Complex
March 31, 2015
A free screening of the film “Underwater Dreams,” the inspiring story of four undocumented immigrant high schoolers that entered a college-level robotics contest and beat the likes of Virginia Tech and MIT, will be held at 3:30 p.m. April 7 in Room 203 of the Rendezvous Complex.
The film lasts about 60 minutes. The public is encouraged to attend.
The film documents how the sons of undocumented immigrants learned how to build an underwater robot from off-the-shelf parts and defeat engineering powerhouse MIT in the process.
The ISU Office for Research and College of Science and Engineering are sponsoring the film.
For more information on it, visit www.underwaterdreamsfilm.com/about-the-film.