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UPDATE: National Day of Civic Hacking at SF State 2015


As part of the Health Impacts of Climate Change challenge, NASA officials presented on behalf of this year’s first (Local Air Quality Notification) and third (Measuring Local Changes) prizewinners their project to the White House’s Office of Science and Technology policy team.
Congratulations SF State Gator Tony Trieu one of team member of Measuring Local Changes and to everyone for taking time out of their busy schedule to make National Day of Civic Hacking a great success and working together to improve our society.

Special thank you to our sponsors and team



College of Business, Information Technology Services, Office of the President
Microsoft, Salesforce, Code for America, SF Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation, NEO, Lyft


Robert Moulton, Interim AVP and CIO, Information Technology Services
Sameer Verma, Professor, Information Systems Department
Shawn Whalen, Office of the President
Julio Feliciano, Information Technology Services
Tom Kelleher, College of Business
Michelle Rito Anolin, Information Technology Services
Srikanth Danapal, Information Technology Services
Junying Du, Information Technology Services
David Golden, Information Technology Services
Lin Lee, Information Technology Services
Supakit Kiatrungrit, Information Technology Services
Marketing & Social Media
Sanjit Sengupta, Professor, Marketing, College of Business
Mousa Alharatani, MBA student, College of Business
Charles Yeary, MBA student, College of Business
Joshua Singer, Assistant Professor, Department of Design & Industry
Hien Truong, Student, Department of Design & Industry
Shea Sjoberg, Student, Department of Design & Industry



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