Jacob Bryson, a senior at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), has always had a passion for engineering and its ability to improve the lives of everyday people. So when he learned about the National Association of Engineering (NAE) &quot;Engineering for You&quot; video contest, he figured it would be a good way to share that passion. Little did he know he'd end up placing first in the tertiary education category with his submission, The Personification of Engineering. &quot;A lot of people think engineers sit in a cubicle working on a computer all day, and I think Dilbert plays a role in that!&quot; says Bryson, a Madison native and Madison Academy graduate. &quot;But I view engineering as one of the greatest helping professions out there, so I wanted people to see my video as a conversation between engineers and the people they help.&quot; When he heard about the contest from his sister, a UAH alumna now pursuing a master's degree in biotechnology engineering, Bryson's first thought was that he didn't have the time. He was already balancing a full course load as a double major in industrial systems and mechanical engineering. Not to mention, he had absolutely no experience making videos. &quot;I did not even know that Adobe Premiere Pro existed!&quot; he laughs.