Three Temple AIS student teams took home awards at the annual Association for Information Systems Student Chapter Leadership competition in March. Even though the national conference was canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak, the national competition was still hosted virtually.
Temple teams placed in the Scholastic Analytics Challenge, the Computational Society Case Study Challenge, and the Blockchain Hackathon Challenge, competing against Universities across the country including Florida International University, Utah State University, and the University of Michigan Dearborn.
Faculty advisor Steven Sclarow was pleased with the performance of the Temple chapter, “I am excited to see our students take home three awards this year, especially given this year’s unique challenges of competing virtually. However, our students were more than up to the challenge!””
The winning Temple teams are:
- First Place, Scholastic Analytics Challenge (Graphics)
- Madison Collins ‘21, Sofia Spadotto ‘21 (pictured)
- Second Place, Computational Society Case Study Challenge
- Kathleen Mecca ‘20, James Heathershaw ‘20, Anisa Ara ‘20
- Third Place, Blockchain Hackathon Challenge
- Daniel Moy ‘21, Samprateek Sinha ‘21, Jacob Pomeroy ‘21
Congratulations to all the winners!