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Judges for the Grace Hopper Prize announced: Stephen Slade, Holly Rushmeier, and Jakub Szefer.

The Yale Computer Society presents the

Grace Hopper Prize

$1100 in prizes for the best software projects, sponsored by Yale Tech, Yale Computer Science Department, and Eric Ries (Y '00)

Want to build something awesome? Want to create something impressive for your resume? Want a chance at a $1000 prize pool?

Submit a project to the YCS' first annual Grace Hopper Prize. Projects will be judged by our esteemed panel of Yale alumni entrepreneurs and Yale Computer Science professors with projects evaluated based upon their technological ingenuity, grace of design, completion, and level of difficulty. Along with the overarching prize, we will also have the Alan Perlis Prize for Newcomers for students currently enrolled in CPSC 223 or below. These prizes are designed to promote creativity and consistent effort on projects outside of the classroom during the course of this Spring 2017 semester.

Competition rules

Judging criteria

Prize Judges

Announced April 16th, 2017

Stephen Slade, Holly Rushmeier, and Jakub Szefer

Submission rules


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