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2011 iCampus Prize Competition

Have you ever thought, "My education at MIT would be infinitely better or easier if there was just a technology to…?" Or, "Student life at MIT could be dramatically improved with the creative application of technology?" Well, now’s the time to show MIT and your fellow classmates how you might provide solutions to these problems.

Join the ranks of Course Picker, NB and Lingt as winners of the iCampus Prize by participate in the 2011 iCampus Technology Innovation Student Prize competition.

The 2011 competition is a two-stage competition awarding up to $15,000 in total prizes. First-round submissions require a working prototype — up to five $1,000 prizes will be awarded to the top competitors. First-round winners are then expected to compete in the final round — which requires a fully functional submission — for a grand prize of up to $10,000.

An Independent Activities Period information session will take place Jan. 12, and first-round submissions are due by Feb. 15 by 5 p.m.

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