Midwest Undergraduate Data Analytics Competition

Ages:Undergraduate

Types:Submission, Presentation

Categories:Mathematics, STEM

Scope:Regional

Registration Closes
Mar 23, 2017 5:00pm
America/Los_Angeles

In addition to providing a valuable learning experience, this competition also provides a unique social opportunity for both students and faculty from various regional institutions to come together for an intense 2-day event. Members of the top teams each receive a cash award, and all other participants are eligible for door prizes. This  competition is for undergraduate student teams to test their data analysis skills on a problem of interest to a local outside organization.

The competition is open to any undergraduate student attending a school in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, North Dakota, or South Dakota.

Students working in teams have approximately 24 hours to carry out an analysis, provide a written summary of their findings, and prepare a brief oral presentation of their results during a 2-Day event held at a regional university.

Judges will consist of faculty advisors from the various institutions and representatives from the local outside organization for whom the data is being analyzed and potentially other industries.
This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Website: http://www.mudac.org

Managing Organization: Winona State University

Contact:
Christopher Malone
cmalone@winona.edu

Entry Fee: $50

Eligibility:
<p> <ol> <li class="style62"> <div align="left">The competition is open to any undergraduate student attending a school in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, North Dakota, or South Dakota.</div></li> <li class="style62"> <div align="left">Students work in teams of 3-4 people.  A faculty advisor from each participating institution is highly encouraged to attend the competition.</div></li> </ol> </p> <p>A team consists of three or four undergraduate students. If an institution has too few (or  too many) students to form teams of 3-4 people, the organizers will place any extra students into a team from another institution so that they can participate in the competition. </p>

Registration Closes
Mar 23, 2017 5:00pm
America/Los_Angeles

Overview

In addition to providing a valuable learning experience, this competition also provides a unique social opportunity for both students and faculty from various regional institutions to come together for an intense 2-day event. Members of the top teams each receive a cash award, and all other participants are eligible for door prizes. This  competition is for undergraduate student teams to test their data analysis skills on a problem of interest to a local outside organization.

The competition is open to any undergraduate student attending a school in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, North Dakota, or South Dakota.

Process

Students working in teams have approximately 24 hours to carry out an analysis, provide a written summary of their findings, and prepare a brief oral presentation of their results during a 2-Day event held at a regional university.

Criteria

Judges will consist of faculty advisors from the various institutions and representatives from the local outside organization for whom the data is being analyzed and potentially other industries.

Awards

This competition has not yet listed it's awards.

Participate

Website: http://www.mudac.org

Managing Organization: Winona State University

Contact:
Christopher Malone
cmalone@winona.edu

Entry Fee: $50

Eligibility:
<p> <ol> <li class="style62"> <div align="left">The competition is open to any undergraduate student attending a school in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, North Dakota, or South Dakota.</div></li> <li class="style62"> <div align="left">Students work in teams of 3-4 people.  A faculty advisor from each participating institution is highly encouraged to attend the competition.</div></li> </ol> </p> <p>A team consists of three or four undergraduate students. If an institution has too few (or  too many) students to form teams of 3-4 people, the organizers will place any extra students into a team from another institution so that they can participate in the competition. </p>

Deadlines

Registration Closes
Mar 23, 2017 5:00pm
America/Los_Angeles