iCampus Student Prize
Students Competition to Improve Living and Learning at MIT Through Technology
The iCampus Student Prize recognizes the innovative and creative application of technology that improves living and learning at MIT. The competition builds upon the entrepreneurism and spirit of service exhibited by MIT students to solve the world’s problems by focusing attention of what might be improved closer to home in MIT’s education and student life.
The competition is open to all current MIT undergraduates and graduate students, both individuals and groups.
The iCampus Student Project is funded with an endowment from Microsoft Research on behalf of the iCampus education technology research collaboration between Microsoft Research and MIT. The iCampus Student Prize is guided by a steering committee including MIT and Microsoft representatives.
For the iCampus Student Prize, I manage the annual competition including publicity, evaluating student submissions and identifying MIT experts to serve as judges.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Office of Educational Innovation and Technology
Key Collaborators: Kirky DeLong* (MIT, OEIT), Vijay Kumar* (MIT, OEIT)
Funding Source: MIT / Microsoft iCampus Alliance