Hacks for Humanity | Science@ASU

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Hacks for Humanity | Science@ASU

An unforgiving global pandemic as the backdrop for ongoing social disparities and racial injustices nationally and globally once again draws attention to this critical question: “Are we losing our humanity?” As no one is exempt from having to navigate what many are experiencing as the “best of times and the worst of times” at the same time, our annual Hacks for Humanity: Hacking for the Social Good — hosted by Project Humanities at Arizona State University (ASU) — could not be more pressing and urgent.

This 3-day hacking event challenges participants to create and to innovate solutions to local and global issues. While this year’s participant team tracks are Aging, Safety and Justice, all finished products in this team competition must embody these Humanity 101 principles: kindness, compassion, integrity, respect, empathy, forgiveness and self-reflection. This unique annual event draws some 150-200 participants — students, faculty, staff, professionals and community members. Because of COVID-19 uncertainties, this year’s event is virtual; affording new opportunities for national and international participation, volunteering and mentoring. 

When: 9, 10, 11 October 2020 (Friday, Saturday and Sunday).

Expect: prizes, games, networking, community-building, fun!


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