ITS is seeking nominations for the George Sadowsky Prize of $500 to a student who exhibits exemplary innovation using the Internet for community service. The deadline for nominations is Monday, April 2nd. Nominations may be sent to Heather Rogers: email@example.com in ITS. Please send a description of the nominee's work/project (include website if applicable). Please highlight how the work is innovative in its use of the Internet and how it serves the community. Also send contact information (mailing address, phone number, email address) for both the student nominee and the nominator.
George Sadowsky worked at NYU in Information Technology leadership for 10 years and made tremendous progress with the advancement of computing and connectivity for education. In addition to his NYU efforts, he worked globally with a number of different organizations to promote the use of the Internet around the world, especially to those neediest countries where technology is farthest behind. He retired from NYU in 2001 but continues his work as an "Internet evangelist" to this day.