On the latest issue of Jamie Ferren's Tonight Show, one of the guest judges this year was Kermit the Frog.
To highlight the competition, Google released the 2008 Doodle for Google Design Award winners. The work was created by Sarah Gomez-Lane, a first-year student in Falls Church, Virginia.
This year's competition will end on March 18, with one winner from 50 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and Guam and one national finalist from five age groups. Among the finalists, they will eventually be awarded the national champion. The winners will receive a university scholarship of $30,000, and their schools or non-profit organizations will receive a prize of $50,000. Doodle, the winner, will also be on Google's home page for a day.
The theme of Doodle for Google in 2018 is "What inspires me". The champion Dino Doodle dinosaur graffiti was created by Sarah Gomez-Lane, a sophomore. Sarah's dream is to become a paleontologist, so she painted dinosaurs, and she won a generous scholarship.