Graduate essay contest

Title IV - Telecommunications
Prior to the ADA, those who were blind, deaf or dumb had major challenges with communication. Today services like text telephone (TTY/TDD) have opened up the world to the hearing impaired. The hard of hearing or speech impaired can use these services to communicate by typing messages which are then relayed and received back in a way they can understand. Closed captioned TV has allowed those with hearing disabilities to keep up with current events or watch their favorite shows without lip reading. Computer generated relay services also allow communication through the internet and even your smart phone will allow hands-free communication through both visual and audio means. Communication is different, much different.

•       Essays must be between 2,000 and 10,500 words;
•       Submissions may be in Spanish or English
•       Submissions must have been produced to fulfill an undergraduate course or degree requirement (please specify course, degree, and institution; for thesis chapters, please add a thesis abstract).
•       Any work produced since August 1, 2016 is eligible for the competition.
•       Deadline: July 1, 2017

All contributions will be evaluated equally according to a specific set of criteria by an  independent jury composed of professors, corporate executives, and entrepreneurs. The authors of the best 100 contributions qualify as  Leaders of Tomorrow  and will be invited by the  ISC  to the next St. Gallen Symposium. The very best competitors will have the chance to present and discuss their ideas on the symposium's big stage and also in other conferencing formats. The award will be bestowed to the three best competitors, the selection will be based upon the quality of the essays only. 

Graduate essay contest

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