Last week's contest: Employers complain that recent college grads need lessons in how to behave in a job interview, since some of them text, look down at their smartphones, and even take calls. We asked for the title of a college class that would teach students what not to do while interviewing for their first job.

THE WINNER: Mono-tasking 101
Beth Simon, Oakland

SECOND PLACE: COM 104: Communicating Without Electronic Devices
Tim Lanter, Alexandria, Ky.

THIRD PLACE: Interview Techniques of Ancient Civilizations: 1980–1995
Charles & Mary Parry, Catonsville, Md.

EyeContact Yes, iContact No: A Pre-Modern Approach to the Post-Modern Job Interview
Russell Siler Jones, Asheville, N.C.

What to Expect While You're Still Texting
Nicholas Clark, Charlottesville, Va.

Text Education
Mark Weaver, Redondo Beach, Calif.

Fundamentals of Live Human Interaction
Clive Nickerson, Cranston, R.I.

How to Blow a Job Interview Without Really Trying 101
Larry Hatke, Jackson, Wis.

Manners 101
George Parker, Raleigh, N.C.

Turn Off, Tune Out, and Drop In
Cathy Casriel, New York City

Remedial Introduction to Behaving Like a Grown-up
David Levin, Edgewater, Md.

Grace Relations
Jeffrey Contompasis, Ashburn, Va.

How to Ignore Friends and Text Less People
Brett Howard, Washington, D.C.

What I Should Have Learned in Kindergarten
Jim Carroll Jones, Mountain View, Calif.

iContact 101
Craig Kesselheim, Southwest Harbor, Maine

How Not To Make a Last Impression
Margaret Peterson, Des Moines, Iowa

Comprehensive Analysis of Self-Explanatory Interview Behavior
Elicia Elliott, Mercer Island, Wash.

How to Succeed in Business by Really Trying
Manuel V. Ojeda, Nogales, Ariz.

Hire Education
Janine Witte, New Hope, Pa.

Why There's No Job on the Verizon
Ramon Presson, Franklin, Tenn.

Living Without a Net
Christopher Glenn, La Mesa, Calif.

Hands Free Job Interviewing
Herbert Ludwig, Dana Point, Calif.