2019 projects included skits and paintings, sculptures and animations, children’s books and even a tiny forest made of laser-cut cardboard trees.
In the past we only posted the winning projects on our website. However, each year we receive many more prizes than we’re able to award with prizes. To honor these other great projects we created a Hudson Data Jam YouTube channel that includes an expanded project gallery with a variety of strong Data Jam projects from 2014-2017.
Looking for a gold-star Data Jam project to show your students? Look no further. Using data from the Day in the Life of the Hudson, Beacon Frame students working with Spark Media Project created this excellent sample Data Jam project about Hudson River fish.
Feb 1 – Early registration deadline to receive in-class support.
April 24 – Competition registrations and parent/guardian consent forms due.
May 8 – Project submissions due online by 11:59pm EST.
May 31, 4:30-5:00 PM – Projects, including posters, to be dropped off at Cary Institute.
May 31, 5:00-7:00 – Data Jam Expo and Awards Ceremony at Cary Institute. All prizes awarded during the event.