Utah College Students, High School Seniors Invited to HackUSU 2023 on March 24-25
Registration open for free, 24-hour hackathon at USU, featuring competitions, workshops, food, prizes and fun
By Mary-Ann Muffoletto |
Eat. Sleep (not). Code. Repeat.
Perhaps you’ve always wanted to learn to code or tinker with hardware, or maybe you’re a card-carrying-techie-programming-whiz. Whatever your skill level, all Utah college students and high school seniors are invited to participate in HackUSU 2023, Utah State University’s annual intercollegiate hackathon. The free, 24-hour gathering is set for Friday and Saturday, March 24-25, in Huntsman Hall, on the USU campus in Logan.
The gathering features workshops for all skill levels, including beginners. In addition to introductory and advanced programming topics, the meeting features such topics as quantum computing, systems engineering, technical writing and funding your own startup.
The hackathon begins with check-in at 3 p.m. Friday, March 24, and continues through March 25, with an awards ceremony and prize drawing Saturday evening. Participation is free, but all participants must register at the event’s website.
HackUSU provides opportunities to network with other students as well as industry professionals. Free food and snacks, including Aggie Ice Cream, will be offered throughout the 24-hour gathering.
HackUSU, hosted by the USU College of Science and USU’s Huntsman School of Business, is supported by private industry sponsors.
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