Second Avenue Nominated for Harvard Innovations in American Government Award
Second Avenue is a 2012 nominee for a Harvard Innovations in American Government Award. This prestigious nomination follows a Phase I SBIR grant from the National Science Foundation for initial development of Martha Madison’s Marvelous Machines, a collaborative physics game for middle school girls.
About the Innovations in American Government program: The Innovations in American Government Awards Program is a significant force in recognizing and promoting excellence and creativity in the public sector. Through its annual awards competition, the Program provides concrete evidence that government can work to improve the quality of life for citizens and that it deserves greater public trust. By highlighting exemplary models of governments’ innovative performance, the Program serves as a catalyst for continued progress in addressing the nation’s most pressing public concerns.
Second Avenue Software, Inc. is a certified women-owned interactive media company in Pittsford, NY that provides development for interactive modules and serious games, as well as managed services for learning management systems. Second Avenue offers products and services to clients in publishing, government and Fortune 500 companies including W.W. Norton, Pearson, K¹², and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. To learn more, visit http://secondavenuelearning.com.