Dream it. Code it. Win it. awarded over 50 high school and college students over $20,000 in cash and prizes this year at the 2016 Awards Ceremony. Students’ ideas, ranging from computer software to app designs to health devices, were celebrated. Joining them on stage were panelists from technology incubators. This year we invited Chief Technology Officer Minerva Tantoco, New York City’s first Chief Technology Officer. We also presented a Leadership in Computer Science award to Director of Education & Research at CSNYC, Leigh Ann DeLyser, for her outstanding work in strengthening computer science initiatives in New York City.
To view a full list of Dream it. Code it. Win it. winners and their submission videos, click here.
Two electrical engineering students at Cooper Union also won cash prizes, from the event sponsor Fiverr, totaling $10,000, for their project Wi-less Gauss Mouse. You can view the press release here.