IDEASTORM WINNERS SPRING 2022
Eight first and second-place IdeaStorm winners from four categories were announced Monday, Feb. 21. Noah Tarantello, who placed first in the Consumer Solutions category, received an additional $150 as a result of a People's Choice vote.
First-place winners in each category receive $500, second-place winners get $400.
Winners in the Health Initiatives category were Alexandra Tu (first place) and Kaleb Owens (second place; winners in Creative Concepts were Kate Doolittle (first) and Callie Everett (second); winners in Common Good were Aly Bishop (first) and Kobi Terronez (second); and winners in Consumer Solutions were Tarantello (first) and Mitchell Baumgartner (second).
First Alexandra Tu | Major: biomechanics engineering
Description: piezoelectric probes for recharging pacemakers
Second Kaleb Owens | Major: pre-physical therapy/psychology
Description: physical therapy quick care
First Kate Doolittle | Major: art and informatics
Description: art equipment and studio space collective
Second Callie Everett | Major: graphic design/communication studies
Description: design student portfolio platform
First Aly Bishop | Major: enterprise leadership
Description: Smart Culture: AI technology for mushroom harvesting
Second Kobi Terronez | Major: entrepreneurial management
Description: app to connect people in-person
First Noah Tarantello | Major: management
Description: national database for hunting regulations filterable by state, county, and species
Second Mitchell Baumgartner | Major: human-computer interaction informatics
Description: location device for frisbee golf disc