Acm Sigcas Computers and Society 49 (1):17-18 (2021)

This submission introduces CS+Social Good, a student organization at Stanford University, which works at the intersection of tech and social impact. In this paper, we introduce one of our educational initiatives that might be of interest to the SIGCSE community, focusing specifically on our Studio program, which is offered as CS51 and CS52 from the Stanford University Computer Science Department. For this student-taught class, student teams partner with nonprofits and social ventures to build impactful technical projects over the course of two quarters.
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