Finalists in the Inaugural AIS Student Chapter Competition were on site in Provo, Utah from April 26-28, 2102 to compete in the finals. All finalists received finalist medals, and winners received plaques.Three winners from each track were selected based on a number of different judging criteria.
Here are the Results:
IT Risk Management Track
Finalists were asked to present their cases from the virtual round of competition to a panel of judges.
|1st||Carnegie Mellon University, Qatar||Aamir Masood|
|2nd||Temple University||Menura Labrooy, Haoren Yu, Valerie Spinosi, Peter Yum|
|3rd||Illinois State University||Quinn Francis, Robert Kluge, Paul Timmermann|
Mobile Application Development
Finalists were judged based on their mobile applications from the virtual round of competition and the number of downloads each received in the Windows marketplace.
|1st||Temple University||Andrew Roche, John Shaw, Scott Raffe|
|2nd||Brigham Young University||Dave Eargle, Jake Lingwall, Seth Howard|
|3rd||University of Michigan – Dearborn||Paul Blackford, Austin Abair, Kyle Bridges|
Social Media Optimization
Finalists were asked to revise their submissions from the virtual round and to create a Social media strategy for AIS Student Chapters.
|1st||University of Michigan – Dearborn||Lauren Toccalino, Austin Abair, Greg Walker, Kyle Bridges|
|2nd||Brigham Young University||Kyle Clegg, Colin Blair, Julia Knecht, Riley Jenkins, Brendan Kingsford|
|3rd||University of Memphis||Maxim Zhiglov, Joseph Borwick, Nicole Smith|
Finalists were asked to create abrand new video teaching about a random IT topic chosen out of a hat. In addition, finalists were judged based upon number of votes received by conference attendees.
|1st||Temple University||Ryan Oliveira, Matthew Andrien, Sara Rezaeian|
|2nd||University of Michigan – Dearborn||Heather McNabb, Kyle Bridges, Paul Blackford, Austin Abair|
|3rd||Villanova University||Sarah Choi, PeterJohn Alexander, Jack Chong|