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EAE Faculty at the Capitol!

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EAE and our own Dr. Roger Altizer’s Therapeutic Games and Apps lab (a.k.a. The GApp) were excited to participate in the Film and Digital Media Day on the Hill today! It was a chance to show our legislators and Governor Herbert some of the amazing technology we’re creating at the U! Check out some pictures of the event below, and …

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EAE At Half Time!

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EAE and the Athletics Department joined forces at the Utah vs. Oregon basketball game! We entertained the audience with a bunch of student games in the concourse and featured a video at half time! Here’s the replay if you missed it!

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Global Game Jam 2017: A Rousing Success!

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After many hard working hours, Global Game Jam 2017 has come to a conclusion. Our students produced seven games in total, all free to download! Check them out on our Global Game Jam team page or with the links below. Fox 13 did a couple news segments on The Jam, which you can watch below. Protect your sand castle from …

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U of U vs BYU in LoL

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THE HOLY WARS OF ESPORTS HAS BEGUN Stream at Twitch.tv/Riotgames Come out and Join The University of Utah’s and BYU (Brigham Young University)’s League of Legends Teams duke it out on the big screen. Come cheer on your favorite team and get your chance at some League of Legends swag and the chance to meet special guests brought to you …

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Utah’s Video Game Design Program Ranked #1 In World

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From The Daily Utah Chronicle CAROLYN WEBBER on March 23, 2016 at 1:28 am The Princeton Review named the U’s Entertainment Arts & Engineering (EAE) program number one in the world for undergraduate students studying game design. This is a jump from last year’s ranking at number two. The graduate program is ranked number three this year and has been …

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EAE Faculty receive top honors from University Career Services!

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Five faculty members from the University of Utah’s College of Engineering are among 20 people campus-wide to be recognized by the university’s Career Services for its first annual Faculty Recognition Program. The award is given to faculty who contribute to students’ career development and exploration. Nominations were made by students, and winners were selected for their dedication to help students …