I attended the Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Technology and Computing. Here's how it went.
During the 2019 Spring Semester, CS+Social Good partnered with Carolina Cupboard to create a web application that manages the food pantry's inventory. This application allows Carolina Cupboard to scan items into the inventory as they are donated, and delete items as they are claimed by visitors.
Our first talk of the spring semester was given by Emily Hadley, a Data Science Specialist at RTI International. In an informative and engaging talk, Emily shared with students the importance of finding a career that plays to personal strengths and growth opportunities, while sharing her own journey into the world of data science.
Our team decided to host a prize for the most environemntally oriented hack at UNC's hackathon for female and non-binary identifying students, Pearl Hacks. Read more about the team we chose and why.
In 2018, CS+SG launched a partnership with Kay Blada, a non-profit dedicated to reducing plastic waste in Haiti.
During the 2019 Spring Semester, CS+Social Good partnered with IPI to create a website, promoting their mission on UNC's campus.
Our team decided to host a prize for the most social good oriented hack at one of UNC's sponsored hackathons, HackNC. Read more about the team we chose and why.
Our first event for the Fall of 2018 will be hosted by Dr. Elliot Inman, Manager of Software Development at SAS, as he shares with us his experience working on SAS' Data4Good initiative and other experiences using tech for good.
Meet Timothy Lo — CS+SG's treasurer, aspiring business professional, and perhaps the club's biggest eater?
When is it worth the trade-off to build a digital tool from scratch? When is it better to just purchase a stable, off-the-shelf one?
Welcome to Computer Science + Social Good. Let's get started.