Thank you to everyone who helped make the 2018 Diversity & Inclusion Hackathon a roaring success! 

The APSA Presidential Task Force on Women’s Advancement held a Diversity and Inclusion Hackathon at the 2018 American Political Science Association Annual Meeting in Boston, chaired by Mala Htun and Alvin B. Tillery, Jr.  At the hackathon, teams developed strategies to address key challenges facing the profession, build partnerships, and plans to move forward.

"I've been attending APSA meetings for 30 years. That was the most exciting room I've ever been in."
Skip Lupia
University of Michigan and NSF
"The Hackathon generated enormously valuable ideas and a lot of energy and excitement. The momentum has all signs of persisting!"
Carol Mershon
University of Virginia
"What an impressive event! I was blown away by the turnout and the intensity of engagement at each table."
David A. Singer
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"The Hackathon was a pleasure and a real learning experience!"
Victor Asal
SUNY Albany
"The Hackathon was the best part of APSA. I gained skills and had fun!"
John Carey
Dartmouth College
"In 40 years of coming to APSA, I've NEVER seen such energy AND good content. Congrats!"
Margaret Levi
Stanford University
"The Hackathon was the highlight of APSA for me. Rosie and Valeria are incredibly knowledgeable and set things up so that we all contributed in important ways. It was truly fun!"
Miki Kittilson
Arizona State University