Last year, we were able to offer up 15 free student scholarship passes to Blur. And, thanks once again to the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, we’re able to do so again this year.
If you’re not familiar with the scholarship program, these are full passes to the Blur conference (November 15-16th) that include meals, the reception, all sessions, etc. The passes do not include travel or hotel expenses for the event. And the passes do not encompass Defrag.
That said, the scholarship passes are a tremendous opportunity for students. At Blur, we’ll be discussing everything from 3D printing to robots to the internet of things to thought-controlled computing to the next generation of interfaces. Blur showcases companies like Oblong, Orbotix, Organic Motion, InteraXon, Shapeways, Flomio, ModRobotics and Makerbot.
If you’re like to be considered for the Blur scholarship, please email me directly (enorlin AT mac.com) with the following:
2. Name of School you’re attending (a valid student ID will be required to claim your scholarship).
3. One paragraph as to why you’d like to attend Blur, and what you think you can contribute to the conversation.