Sponsored by the CUNA Mutual Group, Alabama State University will host the 2018 FOCUSS Idea Competition. This activity is designed to stimulate constructive thought surrounding the concepts of innovation and discovery.
The competition is open to all current participating undergraduate students. Please follow the link below for this year's problem statement.
Need more details about the competition? Bring your questions and any slight curiosity you may have!
Free food will be provided as we present internship opportunities from our corporate sponsor and explain this year's question for the upcoming competition.
The EVENT is FREE! Click on the button below for more info and to RSVP for the intro event.
You can go it alone or with friends. (One registration only per group.)
Whatever way you decide to prep for the competition, our hope is that you enjoy this part of the process the most and take the limits off your creativity (while still providing a solution to the problem statement, of course).
Registration to the competition is mandatory in order to submit your idea and ensure your participation in the school competition. Registration is free and competition is open to undergraduate students only.
Submission deadline: February 14th.
Registration portal is powered by eventbrite.com. Click on the button below for more info and registration to the competition.
DR. EDWARD D. BROWN,
PROFESSOR OF MANAGEMENT
A small LLC Business owner and the CEO of a Non-Profit organization, he has taught in the Military and Civilian communities for more than 35 years. His research concentration is in Leadership Development with a focus on Ethics and Mentoring. Dr. Brown was recently named the regional recipient of the 2017 ACBSP Teaching Excellence Award.
MRS. KIM F. SMITH,
INSTRUCTOR OF MANAGEMENT
Published author and researcher with ten years of Management/Business teaching experience, with over a decade of experience in Human Resources and training and development. Mrs. Smith is responsible for the College of Business Administration’s Career Pathways program and coordinates corporate informational sessions as well as student business case competitions.
Participants must be full or part-time undergraduate students of school, Individuals or teams may enter competition. All eligible entries are scored based on three criteria, each worth 33% of score.