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The universities in the region are surprising us with a growing interest in their youth’s exposure to entrepreneurship practices, innovation and collaboration through a series of highly creative events, a very promising sign.
The 2011 NYUAD International Hackathon, an event for social good in the Arab world will bring together computer science students with academics and technology experts from the region and beyond between October 27-30, at the NYU Abu Dhabi campus.
A team leader from the academic and technology experts will guide and mentor the students, who will compete through creating mobile and web applications dedicated to social good in the region. A panel of judges which includes Rama Chakaki, cofounder and CEO of Baraka Ventures, will then review these applications. Rama will also speak in an Q&A session about entrepreneurship in the Arab world, Baraka Ventures and other startups for social good.
To learn more about the event or to participate (nominate a student, mentor, lead a team, or apply as a judge or speaker), please visit the following website http://nyuad.nyu.edu/institute/hackathon-2011.html