Educational Disruptors: Discussion with Hacker Lab Founders

Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Sacramento Campus, Hugh and Hazel Darling Foundation Grand Salon, Campus and Law Library
3200 Fifth Avenue, Sacramento, 95817

Gina Lujan and Eric Ullrich founded Hacker Lab, a hub for technology with a unique focus on education. Their three locations in the Sacramento region provide co-working and maker spaces for creatives, techies, and entrepreneurs. Hacker Lab responds to its community by providing courses in making, coding, hacking, internet of things, entrepreneurship, marketing, art, and practically anything else you care to learn, giving their members the skills needed to make something awesome. Additionally, they partner with Intel, VSP, Sierra College, and other organizations to bring skill application instruction into the traditional corporate and educational world.

Come hear how they harnessed the pent-up need in Sacramento for a community-driven technology and education hub.

5:30-6pm: Mix & Mingle  (appetizers served)
6-7:30pm: Discussion with Gina Lujan & Eric Ullrich

University of the Pacific, Benerd School of Education in Sacramento invites you to join us for this community event, open to the general public. 

The Educational Disruptors Series is a regular discussion with innovators in education, sponsored by the Educational Entrepreneurship Graduate Program. 

Funding for this event provided by the Harris Lecture Series Fund.

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