• I3 Innovation Showcase Student Entry Form

    Innovative Products

    Competitors in this category should be prepared to present a 10 minute pitch that describes an idea for an innovative product, mobile app or invention, the target customer for the innovation and the profit potential for the product, app or invention.

    Innovative Process, Service or Project

    Competitors in this category should be prepared to present a 10 minute pitch that describes an innovative process or service, who the user of the process or service will be and whether the process or service has the potential to be turned into a business. Examples of entrants in this category might be health care practitioners that develop a new method of patient care or a new therapeutic approach, an athlete who develops a new training technique, a basic science student who develops a new approach to be utilized in a lab, a student who develops a business idea that would provide a service rather than a product or even a student organization that develops a campus project. These are just examples.

    Innovative Work of Art, Design, Performance or Creation - Individual

    This category if for individuals only. Entrants in this category should be prepared to present an original creation and either perform or describe that creation. The performance and/or description of the creation should be limited to 10 minutes.

    Innovative Work of Art, Design, Performance or Creation - Group or Team

    This category is for groups/teams only. Entrants in this category should be prepared to present an original creation and either perform or describe that creation. The performance and/or description of the creation should be limited to 10 minutes.

    Research

    This category is intended for scientific or technical research. Entrants in this category should be prepared to present and defend a 10-20 minute presentation based on a research project. This presentation can be by poster, PowerPoint or oral presentation only.

    Case Study

    This category is intended for business case studies or similar. Entrants in this category should be prepared to present and defend a 10-20 minute presentation based on a case study. This presentation can be by poster, PowerPoint or oral presentation only.

    "My UC Story" video

    Entrants in this category should capture their UC story in a short video (2 minutes minimum and 3 minutes maximum in length). The video should show a complete portrayal of your life as a UC student. It SHOULD NOT be a single shot of you telling your story. The idea is to showcase the UC campus and facilities with you in them doing what you do. Entries in this category are due April 11, 2018 (submission details will be provided to all entrants). The winner of the video challenge will have their video remade with UC's communications department to be used on all UC showcase channels, such as YouTube. It's your chance to be a star!

    Non-competitive Category

    If a student is prepared to present a project/work of art, research or any other work related to a class assignment and does not wish to compete for prize money, these entrants will present during the event at a separate location so that they may be evaluated by their professors.

  • Student Entry Form

    Items in bold are required.

    Deadline to register is March 1, 2019 by 11:59 pm EST

     
    Student/Faculty or Staff

    If your team is comprised of a combination of student/faculty or student/staff, please chose the faculty/staff option.

     
    Full Name
    UC Email Address
     
    School  
       
    Major  
       
    If your presentation involves a team of presenters, please list information above for each team member. 
     
    Student Entry Category (select one only) 
     
    If you selected Research presentation, indicate how many minutes you need (10-20 minutes)

     

    Title/Brief Description
    In 150 words or less, describe your entry.
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