The Office of the Chief Innovation Officer, in partnership with the Academic Technology Commons (ATC) is announcing a new initiative aimed at using this cutting-edge technology to creatively solve problems and advance the University’s strategic plan.
As part of the initiative, a town hall meeting is set from 3 to 4 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 18, at the Margaret McCormick Doisy Learning Resources Center (LRC).
Staff from Information Technology Services (ITS) and the ATC will be present to discuss the program, answer questions and display some of the resources available.
All members of the SLU community are encouraged to attend and submit virtual or augmented reality proposals individually or in teams. All students, faculty and staff are welcome to submit ideas. Submissions will be accepted through Friday, Feb. 2. Successful proposals will be selected shortly after the submission deadline. Projects will need to be completed by April 6.
To submit an idea, click here.
Individuals or teams who submit an idea and complete their projects will receive a $1,000 cash prize and an invitation to present their project at a reception with SLU leadership.
For questions or more information, contact David Hakanson or Angela Schubert.