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Virtual Showcase Winners

Thank you all for a terrific effort this semester during SCH@Home. After a week of careful consideration and evaluation by our panel of expert judges, CEL faculty, and over 1,600 votes from the public, we're very excited to announce the award winners for our very first CEL Virtual Showcase.

Showcase Awards

Top projects as selected by our expert panel of judges.

People's Choice Prize

The most popular project based on the public vote.

Mindset Awards

These students embodied the resilience, resourcefulness, and adaptability that define an entrepreneurial problem solver.

This student or student team embraced challenges and exhibited a relentless commitment to their goals.

Awarded to the student or student team that identified the most interesting opportunity of all Capstone projects.This prize is intended for a student or student team that seeks to both solve problems and to make a broad, real-world impact with their solution.

Awarded to the student or student team that went “beyond the classroom” in pursuit of their Capstone project. These students sought resources and knowledge that weren’t readily available. They worked with external mentors, and utilized tools and technologies in a unique and inventive fashion.

Awarded to the student or student team that approached their Capstone project with the most creativity.

Awarded to the student team that expertly delegated tasks, effectively communicated as a group, and treated one another with respect.This year was a tie between eARTh Mural & Race Safe.

Awarded to the student team that expertly delegated tasks, effectively communicated as a group, and treated one another with respect. This year was a tie between eARTh Mural & Race Safe.

Studio Awards

The top project by studio, as selected by the CEL faculty mentors.

Meet the CEL faculty

The CEL faculty is a multidisciplinary team, bringing expertise from a wide variety of industries. From arts and architecture, to design and media, to engineering and robotics, to business and nonprofit management, these educators care deeply about helping each SCH student bring their bold ideas to life.

Dr. Fishman, Director of the Arts and New Media at SCH