UA Women's Hackathon
October 18-20, 2019 │Main Campus
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
Today, this is the only women-centered hackathon in the southwest that focuses on hacking, coding, learning, and having fun. 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.
Open to campus and community members of all ages.
(All minors must be accompanied by a parent).
Thanks to our organizing team for planning and coordinating this event! And thanks to these University of Arizona partners!
- Office of Digital Learning
- School of Information
- School of Art
- University Information Technology Services
- McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship
- College of Humanities
- The Southwest Institute for Research on Women
- Student Engagement & Career Development