The Riverhead High School college-level Digital Generation course visited Stony Brook University for the Digital Generation competition on Jan. 25 to present their final projects. Photo courtesy of the Riverhead Central School District.

Students from Riverhead High School presented their final projects in the Digital Generation competition at Stony Brook University on Jan. 25.

As part of the college-level Digital Generation course the students competed at the university. The students created a project based on one of the more than 20 digital technology topics such as online education, effects of social media and the future of travel.

The group of students were recognized for having the best overall project. Alex Carter was awarded MVP of his group and Eric Hernandez was recognized for being the best overall presenter.

The students worked collaboratively on their projects with other high school students from Bay Shore, Connetquot, Deer Park, Northport, Smithtown East and West and Westhampton Beach.

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