IT Student Advisory Board accepting technology proposals
Public Information Coordinator
November 2, 2017
Have a technology idea to make student life better at Clemson University? Submit your proposal to the IT Student Advisory Board (ITSAB), and they can help make it happen.
Last year, the board allocated $472,500 to projects ranging from laundry alert systems to 3D printing. Submit your proposal featuring a faculty advisor and proposed budget (and it doesn’t have to be too complex—one or two paragraphs is enough), and ITSAB will pair you with a board member to fine-tune your idea. You’ll then present your proposal to ITSAB and your dream can become a reality.
Past projects have included the Adobe Digital Studio, the my.Clemson app and increased equipment for Student Accessibility Services, and they can be anything involving technology that improves student life.
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