We are pleased to announce that the department of Information Technology in the College of Science and Technology is once again hosting three programming competitions on the campus of Radford University in spring 2013:
- IT Game Programming Competition on Friday and Saturday, March 29th and 30th;
- IT Programming Competition for High School Students on March 30th; and -- CANCELLED
- IT Programming Competition for Community College Students on March 30th. -- CANCELLED
The Community College and High School PROGRAMMING contests have been cancelled
The GAME DESIGN contests will still take place on March 29th and 30th
Radford University hosts programming contests every Spring for teams of High School students and teams of Community College students:
The IT competitions are designed to promote software development skills among high school and community college students in the Commonwealth of Virginia and foster stronger relationships between the information technology programs in the Virginia school systems and Radford University. The participants will include IT students from high schools and community colleges within the Commonwealth of Virginia. A scholarship will be awarded to each member of the first and second place winners in IT competitions for their first semester in the department of Information Technology at Radford University.
Each school may register up to two teams for each IT competition by March 15, 2013.For further information, please contact Dr. Maung Htay Contest Director at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject of “HS/CC Competition 2013” or at 540-831-5993 or Dr. Hwajung Lee Contest Associate Director at email@example.com.