UA Women's+ Hackathon
March 8-14, 2021 │Virtual
A non-competitive, free hackathon, designed by and for women and allies
In 2015, UA Libraries helped to create the UA Women’s Hackathon (formerly known as the Women Techmakers Hackathon), a women-founded, non-competitive, free hackathon designed by and for women and allies.
Create tech-driven projects over the course of two days
Our mission is to bring together as many voices, experiences, and networks as possible so that participants of all skill levels can come together to create tech-driven projects over the course of two days. We start off with three Saturdays of workshops, then a kickoff event Monday, March 8 (International Women's Day!), two days of hacking and hanging out Tuesday and Wednesday March 9-10, and then a finale celebration and presentation of projects Saturday, March 13.
Join us for 3 Saturdays of skill-building and making workshops - including python, p5.js, arduinos, raspberry pi zero, zines, weaving, and more!
Interested in volunteering to help our virtual event run smoothly?
We would love your help! Please fill our form by February 20 and we will be in touch!
Open to campus and community members of all ages.
Thanks to our organizing team for planning and coordinating this event! And thanks to these University of Arizona partners!
- University Information Technology Services
- Women in Science and Engineering
- School of Information
- Eller TechCore
- Student Engagement & Career Development