Google has announced the State winners of the Doodle 4 Google contest for K-12 students in the US. Students created a doodle of the Google logo based on this years topic "If I could travel in time, I'd visit...". The winner gets their design on the Google homepage and gets a $30,000 college scholarship along with a $50,000 technology grant for their school.
Google had over 114,000 submissions from around the country. From today until May 10th, the public can vote and help select the five National Finalists. The National Winner will be announced on May 17th at the national award ceremony in New York City. The winning doodle will be posted on the Google homepage on May 18th. All 50 State Winners will have there doodles displayed at the New York Public library and all 250 State Finalists will have theirs displayed in local exhibitions in their own state.
This is a great contest, that not only encourages creativity and thought, but also award scholarships to students.
Go and view the State Winners and vote for your favorite to win the National award.