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Winners Named at annual App Competition Demo Day

OSU student app developers demonstrated their mobile applications in front of judges to compete for $8,000 in prize money in the Phase II of the From Research to App Competition.       

Top apps use research to solve real-world needs

For the first time, the annual App Center mobile app competition was opened to entries from Oklahoma State University faculty and staff, along with traditional student entries. The change opened the door to Dr. Mary Ruppert-Stroescu, assistant professor of apparel design and textile science in the OSU College of Human Sciences, who won the contest’s Phase I Best App Idea.

Top 10 ideas for Phase I announced – 5th Annual App Competition

The OSU App Center has announced the top ten app ideas from the first round of Phase I of the “From Research to App Competition”. A panel of judges, after thoughtful consideration, selected the 10 most promising app ideas to advance to the next round.

Phase I Top 10 App Ideas (in no particular order):

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Marcus Gabilheri, an OSU computer science major, made an award-winning presentation about the app he developed to judges of the 4th Annual Mobile App Competition organized by the OSU App Center.

Phase One Winners of 4th Annual App Competition

With the winning ideas for mobile applications announced from Phase I of the 4th Annual App Competition, registration for Phase II, development of working apps, has begun. The App Competition, sponsored by the City of Stillwater and the Riata Center for Entrepreneurship in the OSU Spears School of Business, offers Oklahoma State University students a total of $10,000 in prize money to generate app concepts and develop mobile applications that showcase creativity and skills based on the contest theme. The annual competition is organized by the OSU App Center.

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An Oklahoma State University alumnus teamed with the OSU App Center to develop an app to help him conduct research on people’s drinking habits.

Top 10 App Ideas in Phase 1 of App Competition

The OSU App Center has announced the names of the top ten app ideas for the 4th annual mobile app competition. The panel of judges from City of Stillwater selected the 10 most promising app ideas to advance to the next round of Phase I competition.

Phase I Top 10 App Ideas (in no particular order):

4th Annual App Competition with New Sponsors

The OSU App Center welcomes the City of Stillwater as the title sponsor for the 4th Annual App Competition, which kicks off Oct. 1. The competition offers Oklahoma State University students $10,000 in prize money to generate ideas and concepts, and develop mobile applications that showcase creativity and skills based on the contest theme. The competition is co-sponsored by the Riata Center for Entrepreneurship in the OSU Spears School of Business.

The theme, “Pioneering Quality of Life for Stillwater Residents,” reflects the city’s interest in mobile apps that enhance life for Stillwater residents. The app can address city services or programs, community and economic development, tourism, recreation, general city government or any aspect that improves quality of life in Stillwater.

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