ASU Project Humanities will host its third Hacks for Humanity event October 8–9, 2016, challenging teams in a 36-hour hackathon for the social good. Participants include creative thinkers, artists, programmers, designers and anyone interested in integrating software, apps, games and other technologies into everyday life for our collective social good. Community members, both with or without coding and tech experience, are invited to attend.
This ASU and community event combines technology, innovation and the seven principles of “Humanity 101” — kindness, empathy, compassion, respect, forgiveness, integrity and self-reflection.
Mentors with a background in design, coding, web development, mobile app development, software, and other technologies are needed the evening of October 8 and the morning of October 9. Sign up to mentor teams.
For more information, contact Project Humanities at 480-727-7030 or email@example.com.