The Games for Change (G4C) Festival in New York simply gets better and better with each passing year. The 2015 Festival in late April included talks by game designer and educator Nicholas Fortugno, Pulitzer Prize winning writers Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn (the husband and wife team behind Half the Sky and A Path Appears), game designer/educator Jesse Schell of Schell Games, and filmmaker/producer Morgan Spurlock (Remember SuperSize Me?).
Interested in engaging your faculty? To engage faculty with the inspiration to utilize technology that improves instruction is a challenge that confronts every institution and its’ unique culture. ASU’s status as one of the largest universities in the US suggests that challenge may loom larger here due to our diverse audience and scale.