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The Biden School's Eli Turkel, a third year doctoral student and IPA public administration fellow, and Betsey Suchanic, a second year MPA student and IPA public administration fellow, presented at the 2018 Metrolab Network Summit in Newark, New Jersey.
For the conference's civic technology panel, they presented, "The Hackathon Revisited: Reforms to Civic Technology's Core Event." Their presentation reflected on their experience as hackathon participants for Open Data Delaware's 2018 Open Data Challenge and made recommendations on hackathon structure and designs that could be more user-centered and sustainable.
About the Metrolab Network
The Metrolab Network is an international city and university collaborative network to assist the public sector adapt to rapid technology change, launched as part of the White House's Smart Cities Initiative in September 2015.
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