On the weekend of July 18-19, approximately 200 FIU students from the College of Engineering & Computing and beyond gathered online to participate in PantherHacks, a brand new hackathon focused on solving COVID-19 related problems.
UPE is the largest technology organization at FIU. UPE hosts an annual fall semester hackathon, ShellHacks, the largest hackathon in the state of Florida. A hackathon is a weekend-long event where students come together to learn the latest technologies and build innovative projects. This year, President Mark B. Rosenberg and members of UPE met to discuss a summer hackathon, aimed at bringing people together and fighting the challenges faced by the community as a result of COVID-19.
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