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Sparks fly at A.T. Still event

A total of five groups competed to earn a $5,000 grant, which will go toward creating their proposal. (Louis Finley/KTVO)

A.T. Still University hosted "Spark Tank," the university's second bi-annual contest on Wednesday night.

A total of five groups competed to earn a $5,000 grant, which will go toward creating their proposal.

"That's a lot of what A.T. Still is about ... is being a preeminent institution in higher education for health professionals, and this is just one step in that direction helping students stand above others they might be competing with once they graduate and get out there in the world," said director of the Teaching and Learning Center Marsha Ham.

A panel of judges made the final call, but the audience got involved too, questioning the team's proposal and budget.

The winning team will have nine months to complete and present the final project.

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