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$5K Grants - CITRIS 'Tech for Social Good' Info Session on Oct. 4

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Tech for Social Good Info Session
Wed., Oct. 4 5:00 - 6:00 pm (PT)
Room 250, Sutardja Dai Hall

 
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Please join us for an info session and matchmaking workshop for individuals interested in applying to the 2017 CITRIS Tech for Social Good Program at UC Berkeley. 
 

The Tech for Social Good Program provides funding support to undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral students, groups, teams or organizations developing hardware, software, events or programs that support healthy, sustainable, connected, and equitable livelihoods in the United States and abroad.

Funding is awarded in three tracks:

Technology Development

The Tech Development Track provides funding support of $500 – $5,000 for projects that promote social good by supporting healthy, sustainable, prosperous, and equitable livelihoods within the United States and abroad. Projects that develop online tools, including social media, mapping interfaces, and websites to enhance public engagement in cultural, political, social, and economic issues are encouraged, as well as innovative development and application of artificial intelligence/machine learning models that address the following problem areas, among others:

  • Domestic and Global Poverty
  • Sustainability
  • Government Responsiveness & Civic Engagement
  • Enhancing Education 


Student-Led Events

The Student-Led Events Track provides funding support of $200 – $1,000 for UC Berkeley individual students, student organizations or student groups to develop events or programming that improve and support technological innovations that support healthy, sustainable, and connected communities. Events and programming that support diversity and inclusion in tech are also encouraged.
 

Fellows

The Fellows Track offers a competitive one-year fellowship to graduate and undergraduate students to encourage collaborative research and development of technology for social good. To support their collaborative research, Tech for Social Good graduate fellows will receive $2,000 and Tech for Social Good undergraduate fellows will receive $500. 


 

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