Students are invited to take part in the Student Practical Architecting Challenge (SPARC) hosted by WSU innovation partner, FirePoint Innovations.
The challenge is divided in three progressive phases spanning the course of nine months. First and second place teams will compete for financial awards, with first place winning $29,500, and will have access to networking and educational opportunities with government and industry experts.
Each team needs one faculty advisor.
Using dedicated campus and/or small business resources, members will collaborate internally to produce a software product.
Teams must register by Dec. 16.