The Hack@SChack hackathon provided an opportunity for students from SC HBCUs to hone their cybersecurity and computer science skills.
The second-annual HBCU Hackathon competition challenged participants to develop new technologies to help consumers find a home.
AT&T has provided a $15,000 ASPIRE contribution to support HBCU Hacks at Grambling State University. HBCU Hacks is a weekend hackathon that gives students at HBCUs (historically black colleges and universities) the opportunity to flex their coding skills while working together to build mobile apps and web software, and attend a technology fair. Many elected […]
Founded in 2011, Black Founders is an organization dedicated to promote diversity in the technology industry and is focused on increasing black tech entrepreneurship. By the means of hackathons entitled HBCUHacks, they provide African-American college students interested in technology, design, and engineering an opportunity to take their ideas to the next level. At Hackathons, students […]