Imagine Cup is great for students, great for classes, and great for educators!
Faculty play a critical role in Imagine Cup. By mentoring student teams and using Imagine Cup in their class-project curricula, educators from all over the world help their students make better software, learn more about platforms and tools, and prepare to successfully transition from the classroom environment to the professional world. Put simply, Imagine Cup would not be what it is without the passion and engagement from faculty worldwide!
"Outside of the intrinsic reward of watching your students succeed and developing and enhancing your own skillset, there are a couple of other significant benefits unique to faculty members..."
Read Janet's perspectives on how she integrated Imagine Cup into her curriculum.
- Janet Bailey
- Associate Professor
- University of Arkansas at Little Rock
"For many years, my experience in mentoring Imagine Cup teams has been very rewarding. Since we started integrating Imagine Cup into CS Capstone classes, we broke the boundaries of the traditional classroom environment. The new approach generated a motivating and inspiring environment that unleashed the creative abilities of students."
- Amir Zeid, Ph.D.
- Associate Professor of Computer Science
- Department of Computer Science and Information Systems
- American University of Kuwait