2022 Annual Infographic Scholarship
TOPIC: “The Dangers of Self-Driving Vehicles”
Deadline: March 31st, 2022
Students are the future.
Attorney Stewart J. Guss appreciates the value of education as well as the ever-increasing costs of obtaining one. That’s why our firm is excited to offer an annual scholarship and be a part of the continued success of hardworking students. This yearly scholarship of $1,000 is designed to alleviate some of the financial pressure on promising students wishing to further their education at the college and university level. This opportunity is open to all current college students in the United States as well as incoming freshmen!
This year’s topic is “The Dangers of Self-Driving Vehicles.”
“Cruise control” has been around for quite a while, but these days many companies are utilizing new technology for self-driving cars. From robotaxis to delivery vehicles, what are some of the risks associated with these “autonomous” vehicles? How do they work?
HOW TO APPLY
- To enter, current or incoming students must follow these steps:
- Create an original infographic outlining the developments and potential dangers of self-driving automobiles.
- Send your infographic to [email protected]. Please include your full name, date of birth, home address, email address, contact phone number(s), and a copy of your current college transcript or college acceptance letter.
- Submission deadline: March 31st, 2022
- Winner announced on: April 2nd, 2022
Please note that the winning infographic submitted in application for the annual Stewart J. Guss, Attorney at Law Scholarship will be displayed on the law firm’s website in furtherance of its ongoing efforts to further public safety. Likewise, the infographic may be disseminated via our newsletter, social media channels, and via other materials and channels as part of our commitment to serve the public. By submitting your scholarship application, you agree to allow your infographic to be disseminated to the public, as well as having your name and likeness displayed on the website and social media channels as the winner of this year’s scholarship. No information will be sold, stored, or distributed to third parties. Award is sent directly to the financial aid office at student’s school of choice.
For media inquiries, please contact [email protected]
About Attorney Guss
Stewart J. Guss is a personal injury attorney in Houston, Texas, and has been recovering maximum damages for his clients for over 20 years. Whether it’s an auto accident, a slip and fall, or a wrongful death claim, Stewart has earned a reputation as a successful and hardworking attorney who treats his clients as if they’re family. Read reviews from Stewart’s clients on this noted attorney directory or his testimonial page. Feel free to “like” Stewart’s Facebook page for updates!
The winner of 2021’s Stewart J. Guss Scholarship is Elizabeth Wampler. Please take a moment to view her infographic, “What Distracts Teen Drivers?”
The winner of 2020’s Stewart J. Guss Scholarship is Mezi Mulugeta. Please take a moment to view her infographic, Truck Accidents Infographic.
The winner of 2019’s Stewart J. Guss Scholarship is Ms. Aziaonnae Colvin. Please take a moment to view her infographic, 5 Driving Safety Tips That Can Save Your Life.
The winner of 2018’s Stewart J. Guss Scholarship is Ms. Emily Bryson with “The Solution to Bicycle Safety.”
The winner of 2017’s Stewart J. Guss Scholarship is Mr. Johnny Schuler. Please take a moment to watch his impactful video, ”How to Stop Car Accidents”.
Special thanks to runner-up Colton Koprowski and finalists Katherine McLaughlin, Brittany Scott, Jeffrey Ren, and Algonquin Mokwa Voth.
The winner of 2016’s Stewart J. Guss Scholarship is Mr. Brendan Allen. Please take a moment to read his very thought-provoking and well-written essay on ”What law would you change or introduce to reduce car accidents?” We expect to see great things from Mr. Allen!
Special thanks to finalists Grace Thomas, Logan Owen, Molly Flannery, and Nyjeeiah Mahal Ganan.
The essay topic for the 2015 scholarship was, “What Law Would You Change, and Why?” The winner of 2015’s Stewart J. Guss Scholarship is Ms. Yakun (Marianne) Xu with her marvelous essay, “Freedom of Religion in China: An Ordinary Citizen’s Nightmare.”
We would like to give special thanks to our guest judges who helped judge the 2015 essays. Thank you to chef Kaiser Lashkari, owner and executive chef of the award winning Himalaya Restaurant in Southwest Houston. Thank you to Tory Gattis, well-known social systems architect, proud Houstonian, and author of the Houston Strategies blog. Finally, we thank Lily J., beloved and well-respected reporter for KHOU, Channel 11 in Houston.