The Runners-Up in Our “Human Happiness” Student Video CompetitionBy Jason Marsh | May 18, 2012 | 1 comment
Watch them all for a major boost of happiness!
This spring, Greater Good ran its first-ever happiness video competition, inviting submissions from the 400-plus students enrolled in “Human Happiness,” a UC Berkeley psychology class taught by Greater Good Science Center Faculty Director Dacher Keltner.
Yesterday, we featured the winning submission, the charming Bill’s Story.
Today, we are pleased to present the four runners-up. Watch, enjoy, then leave a comment below—and be sure to learn more about our happiness video contest, including our criteria and judges for the videos.
What Makes You Happy?, by Elizabeth Carey and Melody Tien
Greater Good: Gratitude, by Woo Ri (Joanne) Choi
What Makes Me Happy?, by Vivian Nguyen
What Makes You Happy?, by Kristy Kwak and Julia Park
Want more happiness? Watch the videos that earned an honorable mention in our contest. And if you’re a student or faculty member at another school, email us if you’re interested in bringing a similar happiness video competition to your community.
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Jason Marsh is the editor in chief of Greater Good.