Game Design SIG is a Center of Excellence for Women in Technology affiliate whose goal is to serve the needs of students, particularly women, in the game design program.
Doctoral student Pallavi Rao presented research from her most recent paper, “The Brahmin as ‘Culture’ and the Dalit as ‘Death’,” Friday.
At 40 feet in diameter, Big Tent is a highly portable, large octagon featuring 12-foot high video projection walls, myriad audio speakers and 360-degree immersion.
The travel components will take the enrolled students across the globe to locations including China, France, South Korea, Chile and the Republic of Ireland.
Lecturer Will Emigh helped design and program Alphabear: Hardcover Edition this summer and had students work with him in the process.
Indianapolis Colts video reporter Caroline Cann will give a public talk at The Media School.
Freshman Ernie Pyle Scholars traveled to Dana, Indiana, to learn more about their program’s namesake.
The Kern Scholarship for Innovation in Journalism funds projects that will encourage research and experimentation in new journalistic concepts, content and techniques.
The Ross Hazeltine Travel Scholarship provides funding for travel or study outside the territorial limits of the United States, Canada or Mexico.
The David Krane Award grants $500 toward an undergraduate project that intersects journalism, media and information technology-based concepts.