[Cs-contests] FW: CMD-IT Undergraduate Student Competition: New Deadline, 12/17

Sclaroff, Stan sclaroff at bu.edu
Thu Dec 6 17:38:01 EST 2012



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CMD-IT
Undergraduate Student Competition:
   Introductory CS Course Projects
NEW DEADLINE:  December 17, 2012



Competition
Deadlines:

Submission Deadline:
December 17, 2012
Award Notification by:
January 21, 2013




Dear Stan,

CMD-IT is looking forward to our Student Competition, Introductory CS Course Projects: It's All About Inclusion.



The objective of this competition is to have students develop descriptions of computing projects that they find exciting, inspiring, and appealing, which focus on underrepresented communities (African-Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans, Pacific Islanders, and People with Disabilities). The projects can be artistic (for example using motion detection to make music with body movement) or practical (for example using embedded microchips to help in emergency situations). Medical, cultural, economic - the projects can focus on any topic so long as it includes computing. The competition does not require implementation of the proposed project. The scope of the project should be consistent with what a team of two students can implement in a two week time-frame for an introductory computing course. The new deadline for project submissions is December 17, 2012. Award recipients will present a poster at the 2013 SIGCSE Conference<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001p0Iw6dTCnTOt5yg4aRYykptXxCy1p37Y-UjtuckI7vDxPqfNbxBg0IhtWymr__GSVQRqe9ejfhwYrRu16RBwnyYGTPCpSGiu0oQV9XHouMU5RzJe1sIyF_7H-fAqo7MN>, March 6-9, 2013 in Denver, CO.



We encourage you to share this exciting opportunity with students in your network!



Sincerely,
The CMD-IT Leadership




Eligibility
The contest is open to students attending a U.S. institution and meeting the following eligibility criteria mentioned below:

  *   Actively enrolled as an undergraduate student at an accredited college or university during the Contest Period.
  *   Participate individually or part of a team consisting of up to three (3) eligible students.
  *   Participation in only one team.


Entry Requirements
The competition does not require any implementation. Each team is limited to one submission.
All submissions must go through the submission site<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001p0Iw6dTCnTNVtWtPcTwJ-GVSVqhTnn6hG8Xzn4qgpas32hGmlt8ORLBXBvWxX1Yd1fjIZd0zkVjF0S8sISj3thtjSzj06hZhcGp55s5y8Q9nHWvRitM6nSj302B9cQ7Yvh1b42ANbKQ9bu7vv10zkQ==>.  Each entry must include the following:

  *   A PDF document describing the project, how the project engages the underrepresented cultures, the computing concepts utilized in the project, and pseudo code or algorithm description of the project. Teams are encouraged to submit figures or pictures with the description. The description is limited to 5 pages, using12-point font. Again, no implementation is required.
  *   A letter from the department head (of any one of the students) on department letterhead confirming that all the students on a team are in good standing and are undergraduate students.


Awards
The submissions will be reviewed by a committee of computer scientists, with awards given to the first and second place teams.  In particular, the awards will entail the following amounts to be divided among the team members:

  *   First Place: $3,000
  *   Second Place: $1,500

In addition, the awardees will receive scholarships to present posters at SIGCSE 2013.

For more information regarding our Student Competition, visit our Competition Webpage<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001p0Iw6dTCnTOT3gNaCPzPK_yHmqcwvojvPxUinhzlXh13rB21nbH202DYFz8r4LsNFvG66hDZw7DbqkFiW1jKukVyWU-jc9dtnFVldgG0g1Uv6GlcWjUFhTBNTS39CAV9DojvOuWVDIeR01GpNnpSkg==>.









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