- All participants must be enrolled as a full-time Duke undergraduate, graduate, or professional students throughout the entirety of the challenge from January 2016-May 2016. Minors, those under 18, will be required to have a consent form signed by a parent or guardian at the time of submitting an application.
- Students must sign the Voluntary Participation Agreement, which is listed in its entirety below.
- Students must work in interdisciplinary teams of 2 to 5 participants. At minimum, team composition must bridge STEM to STEAM (representing the STEM disciplines, as well as the arts, social sciences, or humanities) as evidenced by team members’ backgrounds, interests, or majors. Teams that do not represent more than one discipline or that do not represent STEAM may be eliminated or asked to revise their team structure.
- Students may only participate on one team.
Instructions for Submission:
- Your team should submit your entry at http://dukesteamchallenge.org
- Your entry should include any two of the following:
- 500 word written description,
- a one page illustration or graphic,
- 2-3 minute video pitch
- We will start accepting submissions in January 2015. The deadline for submissions has been extended to 11:59pm EST on February 15, 2016. – **APPLY NOW**
- You are only allowed one submission per team.
Awards for participation:
- The Duke STEAM Challenge is purely extracurricular. Students will not earn any course credit for their participation in the Challenge.
- There is no guarantee that your team’s proposal will be selected as a finalist or win the competition.
- The Duke STEAM Challenge award for the winning teams will be distributed equally among the team members identified in the initial application.
The full Terms & Conditions are attached here as a PDF.