What can a start-up do in 5 days? Check it out


With a terrific team of instructors, TAs, and mentors, we successfully concluded Session 1 of our Hacking 4 Recovery summer series – with 20 teams sharing their final presentations last night. The slides for these presentations can be found in this folder, and we will be editing and sharing videos of each presentation shortly.

  • Alivia – Telemedicine service providing health care to middle income people in Peru
  • AllAboard – Remote integration services to help organizations establish a sense of belonging
  • AntiCovidAI – Mobile application to test COVID-19
  • Preschool BBOM – Teaching Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) to Preschool Children
  • College cost busters – Offer innovation to make higher education more affordable for all
  • Covered – Crowdsourcing application to monitor the risks of visiting public spaces
  • A common workspace – Redefine coworking spaces in the post-pandemic world
  • Cratiso – Sourcing of various patients for clinical trials
  • Florence Health – Application of telemedicine to prevent hospitalization of patients with congestive heart failure
  • HomeDoc – Central hub to connect telemedicine platforms for retirement homes
  • Lango Mango – Mobile application that allows small businesses to reopen safely
  • MatchBook – Recruitment platform structured similarly to dating apps
  • MemLove – Help people mourn their lost loved ones
  • MUSTA – Telemedicine platform for patients in the Philippines
  • Daily distance – Simplified employee feedback for small businesses
  • Resilience gymnasium – Online education and virtual reality to improve mental health
  • Without issue – Mobile application to make reservations to visit your local stores safely
  • The Sani team – Advisory service to help local restaurants reopen safely
  • Screen360.tv – Intercultural education platform using international films
  • Trip – Global Travel Advisory Platform for Pandemic Information