Today, Samsung announced the launch of its annual Samsung Solve forTomorrow Contest (opens in new tab)(#SamsungSolve), which will shift from STEM to STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math).
Now in its seventh year, Solve for Tomorrow is designed to raise enthusiasm for STEAM subjects and inspire creative problem solving among the leaders of tomorrow. The $2 million contest awards schools in every U.S. state and the District of Columbia, inviting the top National Finalists to New York City to present their creative projects and solutions to a panel of judges. Teachers can enter the contest online (opens in new tab) by submitting a project idea that encourages their students to use STEAM skills to solve an issue in their community.
To enter, and for contest rules, visit www.samsung.com/solve (opens in new tab). The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, November 15, 2016.