From our friends over at Code for America.
We’ve recently partnered with CfA along with a number of other organizations to create Code for Change, a pipeline initiative to address civic organizations’ greatest technology challenges by matching them with talented coders, designers, data scientists, and other innovators. To learn more about Code for Change, our partners and how you can get involved, check out the NYU Wagner Innovations Lab and Applications for Good websites.
viewfromthebalcony: My personal favorite: “We’re a “Peace Corps for Geeks,” and you’re a geek with a giant heart.”
This pinterest board includes a round up of news placement such as:
- audio from Moral Courage director Irshad Manji on her book Allah Liberty & Love.
- news clip about NYU Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management graduate research assistant Chris Whong’s “Seetra.in App Tracks NYC Subways In Real Time.”
- a new monthly column about our new NYU Wagner Innovations Lab, the first being “Incorporating Innovation into Local Government” by Neil Kleiman, NYU Wagner special advisor to the dean, via Governing.com
NYU Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management graduate research assistant, Chris Whong, was one of the developers.
This article, via Atlantic Cities, features Code for America our partner for our upcoming innovation pipeline Code for Change.