Rogelio Cardona-Rivera, a jointly appointed assistant professor in the Entertainment Arts and Engineering Program and in the School of Computing at the University of Utah, has been selected to receive a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award, NSF’s highest honor for early-career scientists and engineers. The five-year, $544,379 CAREER award, which recognizes faculty who possess the […]
“SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Video games have always had a deep connection to the state of Utah, and from the looks of things at programs like those found at the University of Utah, that won’t be slowing down anytime soon.” Read the full Article here!
Come and view our giant launch party! Drop in on twitch and check out any of the following and more: Graduate student thesis games Undergraduate capstone projects First semester graduate student prototypes Games research projects from games for health Reels from our Machinima, Traditional Game Dev, Alternative Game Dev and Intro to Game Design classes […]
Speedrunning: How do you compete in a single player game? Featuring Kosmic, World Record Speedrunner. Friday March 26th – 10am MT Join Kosmic, one of the top Super Mario Bros speedrunners in the world, as he talks all about the world of video game speedrunning. A large portion of the presentation will be dedicated to […]
The U’s Entertainment Arts & Engineering program, under the College of Engineering, was ranked No. 1 in the list of Top Public Game Design Schools and Colleges in the U.S. for 2021, according to the newest rankings from Animation Career Review released March 3. Read the full CoE Article here!
2nd Annual Gaymer Night Hosted by EAE/ LGBTQ Center Monday 29 March 2021 7PM-9PM MST Join us for a completely VIRTUAL Gaymer Night to celebrate Pride Week at the University of Utah Monday, March 29th 2021. Just like the in person event last year we will have a keynote speech, music, games, and more! Everyone […]
University of Utah Magazine had a special feature on the future of videogames in the developing games for health! Learn about The Gapp Lab and how it’s work is influencing new technology in medical and mental health fields! SEE THE FULL STORY!
Sony Santa Monica will be hosting 4 virtual presentations for 4 game development disciplines: Engineering, Art, Production, and Design. Join us for a talk and Q&A for each discipline. For more information or questions email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thursday Oct 8th | 4pm MT Hosted Via WebEx Click for more info. Thursday January 28th | 3pm MT […]
Created by Ryan Bown and Brian Salisbury, The Art Exhibit at ICIDS 2019 (International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling) is a celebration of artworks relevant to the field of interactive storytelling through the curated theme: “The Expression of Emotion in Humans and Technology.” This exhibit features work from 13 Digital Storytellers. Three certificates of excellence […]
The stream from Dec. 4th 2020 showed off over 30 student made games and other content! Watch the full twitch stream here: To see more details on the games that were shown Visit this page! Story from COE Click Here!