hackCWRU, the university’s annual student-run hackathon, will be held Feb. 7-9 at Sears think[box]. More than 350 student hackers will spend 36 straight hours on innovation and collaboration.
Attendees will work with peers and mentors to create projects in one of four project tracks.
High school and college students from all experience levels are welcome to attend. The event is free, but advance registration at hackcwru.info by Feb. 7 is required. Attendees will receive a free event T-shirt, free food and can qualify for prizes including a 3D printer or Oculus Go.