Register today for the new course Introduction to Game Narrative! NMDD 3220 Students will examine how game stories motivate players and propel games from beginning to end. By examining games old and new, analog and digital, students will identify themes and narrative strategies while the class offers both design and technology instruction to enable them to create their own game… Read more »
Register today for the new course Game Culture: Theory and Practice! DTEM 2452 This course emphasizes exploration and critical thinking as we discover how games are designed to address issues such as social justice, gender representation, behavioral change, and education. Through analyzing game artifacts and engaging in creative exercises, students will be able to think critically about games and how… Read more »
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Full-time, 40 hours per week required, Late May – August. Competitive hourly salary. Click the flier for more info.
Brigid Sullivan, of WGBH Boston, will be speaking with our PMMA students next Monday, 1/30 at 5:30pm at Lincoln Center campus in Martino Hall’s Communication and Media Studies Collaborative Media Lab. Brigid has won over 30 Emmys for her pioneering work at WGBH, and has focused on both educational programming (children and adults) and interactive and online education efforts by WGBH as… Read more »
Rose Hill students! Group declaration and information sessions are now underway. If you want to declare one of our majors or minors, please attend one of these sessions before the deadline to declare, Feb. 25th, 2017. We have tried to schedule them on different days of the week and at times when we think students will be free. Allow 10… Read more »
The 2017 summer internship program at the Nantucket Historical Association is now available! These are full-time positions and include a $2,500 stipend with housing. Interns concentrate their work in one of four areas: Education Public Programs PR/Communications Museum Collections/Records Management Click here for specific internship descriptions
For students passionate about social change and developing the skills necessary to turn their ideas into action, the Social Innovation Collaboratory is excited to announce that Fordham is collaborating with the DO School and 10 other NYC higher education institutions to launch the second year of Innovate NYC, a program supported by Newman’s Own Foundation. The Community Mobility Challenge The first 100 students to submit their application will automatically receive invitations… Read more »