The University of Arizona Women’s Hackathon is a women-founded, non-competitive, free hackathon designed by and for women and allies. The event is open to campus and community members from high school youth to senior citizens. The UA Women’s Hackathon includes an opening keynote speaker with networking opportunities, intensive design thinking/rapid prototyping training, workshops around topics like coding, 3D modeling, drones, virtual reality, bot building, group hack time, mentoring, and a final project presentation and awards ceremony. The UA Women’s Hackathon is the only women-led hackathon in the Southwest including attendees across all gender identities and expressions. Come celebrate our 5th year!
Sponsored by University of Arizona Libraries, with support from the TENWEST Impact Festival and Google DevFest.
Questions or requests regarding disability-related accommodations should be directed to Maggie Verebelyi.