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Georgia Educational Technology Consortium Scholarship

2014 Scholarship Awards
 
The Lou Dewberry Scholarship is awarded in honor of our founder, Lou Dewberry.  It is a scholarship that is given to a senior from all the seniors who competed.
 
This year's winner is Siddharth Duddikunta and he won $500.00
 
The Georgia Educational Technology Consortium Scholarships are awarded to the highest placing senior in each category.  If the top senior was part of a team, then both students (if they were seniors) received a scholarship.
 
This year's winners were awarded $250.00 each!
 
 

Scholarships from Georgia Educational Technology Consortium

$250.00

3D Modeling

Mihir Kurande

Fulton

$250.00

Animated Graphic Design

Monisha Narayanan

Fulton

$250.00

Case Modification

Shiv Patel

West Georgia

$250.00

Digital Photography

Haley Mock

Bulloch

$250.00

Digital Video Production

Jonathan Gleason

Rockdale

$250.00

Game Design

Wesley Ivester

West Georgia

$250.00

Hardware

Timothy Riordan

Fulton

$250.00

Individual Programming Challenge

Siddharth Duddikunta

Fulton

$250.00

Mobile Apps Design

Juan Sepulveda

Fulton

$250.00

Multimedia Applications

Azka Iqbal

Fulton

$250.00

Non-Animated Graphic Design

Ashley Young

Oconee

$250.00

Non-Multimedia Applications

Zoya Mahmood & Andrea Durojaiye

Fulton

$250.00

Project Programming

Cameron Smith

Fulton

$250.00

Robotics

Samuel Jenkins & Daniel Cater

West Georgia

$250.00

Team Programming Challenge

Wesley Ivester & Matt Maxwell

West Georgia

$250.00

Technology Literacy Challenge

Quintin Crist

Forsyth

$250.00

Web 2.0 Internet Applications

Alojuan Hopper & Skylar Romocki

Fulton

 
 
 
 
 
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Welcome

500+ first place winners from 16 different recognized regional technology fairs across the state will compete  on March 8 , 2014 in 16 different categories.  Regional competition is required to enter state competition.

 
IMPORTANT: All projects submitted to the Georgia Educational Technology Fair must comply with the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) of the regional fairs. The judges of the Georgia Educational Technology Fair have the right to disqualify any project for the following reasons: project does not follow regional acceptable use policy; or project is inappropriate.