Rishi Pisipati’s team Thirsty Scholars at Carnegie Mellon University received the top prize at the HACK THIS. HELP KIDS. Hackathon
Rishi Pisipati, now pursuing his masters at CMU, participated in a Hackathon at his university. His team Thirsty Scholars won the top prize of $5,000 from Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation. You can read about it at https://hcii.cmu.edu/news/2018/hacking-kids-upmc-hcii-students-1st-and-4th-place-teams . The HACK THIS. HELP KIDS. Hackathon was sponsored by Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation.