Assistant Professor, Lecturer
Building 72, Room 226
Corrinne Lewis, MFA, is an Assistant Professor (Lecturer) for the top-ranked ranked Entertainment Arts & Engineering (EAE) program at the University of Utah, focused on video game development. She specializes in storytelling and narrative in games.
Courses Taught in Fall 2019
- EAE 1010, Survey of Games, T/TH 3:40 Pm – 5:00 pm, CSC 208
- EAE 3035, Storycrafting for Games, T/TH 12:25 pm – 1:45 pm, GC 2660
- MFA, Vermont College of Fine Arts, Writing for Children and Young Adults
- BA, University of Utah, English-Creative Writing Emphasis
- College of Engineering, Spring 2020 Top Teaching Recognition, Spring 2020
- College of Engineering, Spring 2019 Top Teaching Recognition, Spring 2019
- College of Engineering, Spring 2018 Top Teaching Recognition, Spring 2018
- College of Engineering, Top 15 Teaching Recognition, Fall 2015, Fall 2016.
- Zagal, J., Lewis, C. (2015) “Fighting Fantasies: Authoring RPG Gamebooks for Learning Game Writing and Design”, 2015 RPG Summit at the 2015 Digital Games Research Association (DiGRA) Conference, Lüneburg, Germany. May 14-17, 2015.k