Hacking for Diplomacy Fall 2018

Innovating for Tomorrow

Welcome to Hacking for Diplomacy Fall 2018

 

At a time of significant global uncertainty, government agencies, nonprofit organizations and companies are grappling with problems that defy territorial boundaries and resist quick and effective resolution. “Hacking for Diplomacy” is a multidisciplinary course at James Madison University that prepares students  to respond to such challenges. It does so by applying innovative design methods to real and pressing problems faced by organizations in the public and private sectors.

Our collaborating partners for this course are The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Allied Command Transformation (ACT); the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (J), at U.S. Department of State; Bureau of Counterterrorism and CVE (CT) at U.S. Department of State; and District of Columbia National Guard.

Problem Sponsors

Projects

Students

Disciplines

Creating

Real Impact

Solving

Real Problems

Developing

Real Skills

MEET THE TEAMS

Click on the icons below to find out more about the teams, their problem sponsors, research process, and solutions.

Uniting the Unseen

 First ACT

District Guardians

Empower the Player

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