The 3M Disruptive Design Challenge (DDC) uses principles of project-based learning to help students transform their ideas into innovative designs. Learn about the benefits for both students and professors below.
Participating in the 3M DDC can help refine your career path and set you apart from others—see why:
Give your students an opportunity to flex their engineering, creativity and critical thinking skills. Explore the advantages of engaging tomorrow’s engineers in DDC:
Each member of the winning team will receive a cash prize of $1,500 and bragging rights for a year! The supporting professor of the winning team will be presented with an official plaque to recognize their commitment.
All DDC participants will receive a three-day, expense-paid trip to 3M’s global headquarters in Maplewood, MN with stipends for travel, meals and hotel accommodations. All teams will have the opportunity to network with 3M engineers, faculty and advisors during this two-day event.
Student participants will each receive a certificate of completion from 3M and will be able to reference successful participation on their résumés.