2017 ANSI Student Paper Winner / Cyborg Gen 2330


2017 ANSI Student Paper Winner / Cyborg Gen 2330

April 5, 2020

The American National Standards Institute’s Committee on Education develops long-term strategies and action steps for the academic side of the education industry to promote the integration of standards and conformity assessment in the curricula in order to educate the next generation of business leaders on the strategic impact of standards and conformity assessment.  A featured result of the strategy is the annual student paper competition.   We try to post easy access to these paper winners here with the hope that students and faculty will participate.  Today’s upload from the ANSI Student Paper Competition archive is linked below:

“Cyborg Gen2330”

Qahtan Al Jammali

The City University of New York

The ANSI Committee on Education is in the process of judging the 2018 papers but it is not soon for students and faculty to begin drafting 2019 entries.   Copies of winning papers are linked below.

ANSI Home | Public Library | Committee on Education Student Paper Winners

Entries are due April 2019.  The ANSI Committee on Education will announce the topic of the competition and the exact due date very soon.  When that information is released to the public we will pass that information on.    Feel free to communicate directly with Lisa Rajchel, Secretariat, ANSI CoE (lrajchel@ansi.org) 212.642.4932



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