Students Drive Innovation

  By Bob Violino, TechWeb Creating a culture of innovation is more critical than ever to a company’s success. Customers and business partners expect organizations to embrace new and inventive ways of providing services, building and delivering products, and communicating and collaborating. Innovation comes in all shapes and sizes, and with today’s highly connected, tech-savvy…


Imagine Cup 2011: People’s Choice and the Technologies the Competitors are Using

As I shared in my previous posts about the Imagine Cup and Collaboration and then about the US Finals, the Imagine Cup is a competition that challenges students (ages 16+) to use technology to solve the world’s toughest problems.  Out of over 350,000 students who registered for the competition this year from more than 180…

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The Imagine Cup: Collaboration at Its Finest Yields Powerful Solutions

What do students studying business, industrial engineering, writing, social anthropology, pathology, art and computer science have in common? Usually not too much. This past weekend, though, more than 80 students from different disciplines came together to compete in the U.S. Imagine Cup Regional Finals—the crème de la STEM (science technology engineering and math) of the…

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The Imagine Cup U.S. Finals This Weekend!

For college basketball players, it’s the NCAA Tournament. For aspiring pop stars, it’s American Idol. But for tech students, there’s no bigger challenge than the Imagine Cup. Picture a room filled with the brightest, up-and-coming technology leaders and their world-changing innovations. This weekend that dream will become reality as 22 teams of top-notch tech students…

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