Nov. 17, 2014, 4:00 PM, Sage 3303
Here is a PDF of this week’s advising information slide deck:
Note, this has the current degree requirements listed; students in previous years may some variation and substitutions for their specific year. If in doubt, check your CAPP report and ask your advisor.
Dreamworks recruiters return to RPI for a full day of presentations and portfolio reviews. Full information on the fliers below:
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Program Ranked in Top 15 Out of 150 Programs in U.S. and Canada
Troy, N.Y. – The Rensselaer Games and Simulation Arts and Sciences (GSAS) program today was named among the top 15 out of 150 undergraduate game design programs in the United States and Canada, according to the “Top Schools to Study Video Game Design for 2013” report from The Princeton Review, in partnership with PC Gamer magazine.
A group of students from the Rensselaer Game Development Club joined the Albany chapter of the IGDA for Global Game Jam 2013, a 48 hour game jam held at hundreds of sites simultaneously around the world. The students completed some terrific entries, and were awarded Best Game for the Albany Jam Site.
A talk with Richard Dansky from Ubisoft/Redstorm and Stephen Jacobs from RIT/Mircosoft’s Just Press Play. Moderated by Lee Sheldon, Associate Professor and Co-Director of the GSAS Program. The video of the event has been posted online at http://www.hass.rpi.edu/pl/hass-video-archive/?objectID=180
Lee Sheldon’s new book, The Multiplayer Classroom: Designing Coursework as a Game, is out.