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Three Schools Named National Winners in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest for Using STEAM to Address Local Issues

Samsung awards schools from Kentucky, New Jersey and North Carolina with $150,000* in technology
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RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J., April 11, 2018 /3BL Media/ - With months of ideation, research, creation and pitching behind them, three schools have been named national winners in the $2 million* Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest from Samsung Electronics America, Inc. – a nationwide competition that challenges 6th through 12th graders to use STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) to address real-world issues and inspire change in their local communities.

Challenged with STEAM, Students Mix Creativity with Innovation

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If given the opportunity to improve your community, what innovations would you dream up? That’s exactly the mission of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest.

Samsung emPOWER Tomorrow Program Concludes with Awards and Showcase in Miami to Shine Spotlight on STEM Projects

Program Promotes Exploration in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from Young Female Students at Lakeview Elementary
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RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J. & MIAMI, April 3, 2017 /3BL Media/ — Samsung Electronics America  (KRX:005930) (“Samsung”) today unveiled the  projects from the Samsung emPOWER Tomorrow program at Lakeview Elementary School in Miami, Fla.

Last Call for Teachers and Schools to Enter the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest

Teachers and schools have the opportunity to win up to $2 Million in prizes*
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RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J., November 17, 2016 /3BL Media/ — In just two weeks, Samsung will close applications for the 7th annual Solve for Tomorrow Contest (#SamsungSolve) which will award $2 million* to deserving public schools.

Students Show Off Their Coding Know-How At Samsung Developer Conference

Winners of Samsung Mobile App Academy join professional developers at the company’s annual conference in San Francisco
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SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., April 27, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Student developers will stand alongside professionals at the Samsung Developer Conference in San Francisco today. The students, chosen from the five winners of the 2015 Samsung Mobile App Academy, made apps to address issues in their local communities. Winning apps include an interactive pill chart to incentivize children with serious illness to take their medication, a system for diagnosing pulmonary illnesses and a game to teach kids coding.

Five Public Schools Using STEM to Make a Difference in Their Communities are Named Winners of the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest

National $2 Million* STEM Education Contest Recognizes Students from California, Colorado, Missouri, New York and Virginia
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RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J., April 11, 2016 /3BL Media/ — Comfortable cardboard classroom furniture for special needs students, prosthetic enhancements for veterans and a smartwatch app for pedestrian safety are among the winning projects of this year’s Solve for Tomorrow contest.  Five groups of public school students from across the United States have been named Grand Prize Winners, taking home $120,000* in technology for their school.

Young Minds from 15 U.S. Public Schools Present STEM Projects for Making a Difference in their Communities in front of a Live Panel of Judges in the $2 Million* Solve for Tomorrow Contest

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Students and teachers from 15 public schools across the nation convened at the brand new Samsung 837 building in New York City yesterday to present their STEM-driven projects in front of a live panel of judges. Five schools will be selected as National Winners in the Solve for Tomorrow contest, which challenges young minds to tap into their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education to solve a problem affecting their local community.

Using STEM to Make a Difference in Their Communities, 15 Public Schools are Named National Finalists in the $2 million* Solve for Tomorrow Contest

The Samsung Citizenship team’s signature education program encourages kids to grow as students and neighbors
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RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J., February 24, 2016 /3BL Media. – When their teacher asked them to take a hard look at issues affecting people in their community, one group of students in Missouri noticed that some of their peers with disabilities had trouble staying upright in their wheelchairs. And so, the students got to work with compressed cardboard, cutting and shaping various components to find which ones would create classroom furniture that would make their friends most comfortable.

Solve for Tomorrow Students Discuss Vertical Farming on The Weather Channel

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The Weather Channel’s Weather Underground has featured students of Northwest Pennsylvania Collegiate Academy (NWPCA), who showcased their winning Solve for Tomorrow project: a vertical farming method that provides fresh produce in urban communities.

Technology in the Classroom Is Gateway to a Brighter Future

How technology is being used makes the difference in schools, Samsung says
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Thirty years ago, students used textbooks and spiral-bound notebooks. Today, they type up notes on laptops, do research on tablets and stay connected with friends through their mobile devices.

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