AT&T announced the winners of its first Big Mobile On Campus Challenge, a national higher education contest for mobile application development.

The AT&T BMOC challenge provided national college and university students, faculty and staff an opportunity to create and build the latest mobile applications to “enhance education and improve he student life experience.”

The Grand Prize Winner was a team of Stanford students for their iStanford mobile application. iStanford, allows students to use their iPhones to add and drop courses, plan schedules for a major or minor, view bills, search the school directory and campus map and receive real-time varsity athletic scores, news and updates.

The four winners split a $10,000 scholarship and each receives an iPhone 3G 16GB and a trip to the EduCause Annual Conference in Orlando.

As the mobile industry moves forward standardizing and unification, AT&T rides the wave of around the excitement of mobile.

View Contest Details.

View Winning Presentation.

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