Testing Tab System for Past Challenges

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Winners

The winner of this year’s Challenge is a team from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

Click here to download the 2012-2013 winning team’s essay.

Special Recognitions

Due to the record number of submissions this year, iOme has decided to recognize several other teams for their video or paper submission.

Read an essay submission by a team from the University of Georgia-Athens.
Read an essay submission by a team from the University of the Incarnate Word.
Read an essay submission by a team from the Virginia Tech.

Bentley University:


John Brown University:


University of Hartford:


University of Nevada at Las Vegas:


Winners

People complain that their representatives don’t listen to them. Ask four Western Michigan University students if they agree. With an unwavering support from their professor — Brad Kent, Ashley Horvat, Lauren Hearit, and Sam Demorest participated in a national contest, answered a question, won $25,000 and traveled to Washington, D.C. to share their findings.

Yes, this is a true story. In the summer of 2009, a group of concerned citizens from Green Bay, Wis., with the support from various local organizations, gathered to discuss how they might engage the so-called Y or Millennial generation to think about their own future, 40 years from now.

Click here to download the 2009-2010 winning team’s essay.

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