VSU Students Win At Third Annual Hackathon

VALDOSTA –– Twenty-nine students recently gathered at Valdosta State University’s Nevins Hall for the third annual Azalea Health Hackathon.

The students were given a problem to solve and challenged to develop innovative software applications for use in the health care industry in just eight hours.

A panel of judges selected the top three teams based on the innovation/creativity, quality, user-friendliness, accuracy and overall presentation of the final creations, organizers said.