Two Delaware students are among 40 finalists in Doodle 4 Google, a national art competition to design a Google logo, reports the News Journal — with the chance to win a scholarship and a technology grant for their school. Wilmington Christian School junior Emily Dorsey and Sanford School third-grader Grace Para learned May 11 that they are in the running for the top prize — a $15,000 college scholarship, a $25,000 technology grant for their school, and the opportunity to have their artwork displayed on the internet search engine’s home page. Their work was chosen from more than 28,000 drawings from children representing all 50 states. The contest, open to students nationwide in kindergarten through 12th grade, asked children to design a Google logo inspired by the theme "What I Wish for in the World." The winning designs will be displayed on Google’s home page May 21. The public has until May 18 to vote for their favorite doodle. The winner will be announced at the Doodle 4 Google awards ceremony at the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York City later this month…

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