Technical.ly Baltimore reported that the most recent edition of Johns Hopkins’ hackathon, called “HopHacks,” attracted more than 160 students, who produced 31 projects over the 36-hour event. Participants traveled to Baltimore from Georgetown, Stanford, University of Pennsylvania, University of Delaware, SUNY Stony Brook and Penn State, as well as from other colleges in Maryland. Read […]
The CS HopHacks team hosted another amazing hackathon event over the weekend of February 6-8, 2015. Over 150 students from JHU and other universities came to the Homewood campus for the entire weekend, resulting in over 30 projects and numerous awards. The event set a new highs. Ten sponsors brought a total of 35 mentors to […]
They may just be learning how to read and do basic math, but the 27 first-graders in Amy Wood’s class at Roland Park Elementary/Middle School took to a lesson in computer coding like the proverbial ducks to water. “I get it! I know how to do all of this!” shouted one little girl, leaping out […]
In a story published on December 11, Fox News reported that researchers at the Whiting School of Engineering are using Twitter to gather important information about mental illness. You can read the complete story here.