Essay Contest: Innovating for Equality

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The School for the Future of Innovation in Society is pleased to announce the inaugural Innovation in Society contest, focusing on innovation for equality. Undergraduate students are encouraged to submit an open letter to the future President of the United States addressing the need for policies and initiatives that promote innovation for equality. 

The author of winning entry, judged by a distinguished panel of experts from industry, government policy, and the ASU community, will be awarded a cash scholarship of $1,000. Two second place authors will be awarded $500 cash scholarships, respectively. The top letters will be published on the School for the Future of Innovation in Society website, and brought to the attention of key policy makers.

The ASU School for the Future of Innovation in Society has extended the deadline for the 2016 Innovation in Society contest to March 1.

Further details, along with evaluation criteria and submission information, can be found at

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