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01/09/2018
Miami University esports team wins national competition
Front Row: Calvin Sanvee. Back Row (l-r): Tyler Fass, Sam Yancer, Sean Mullee, Soojung Kim, Alex Salem, and Coach Ben Decker. The Miami University Overwatch team was named the winner of the 2017 National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE) season.
12/18/2017
Global Game Jam
The Global Game Jam is an annual event in which participants design and create digital and non-digital games over the course of one weekend — spread out over the world, but sharing their games for the world to play.
11/29/2017
2017 Student Game Awards
Find out which IMS student games won awards for the games that they made in the past year.
10/16/2017
GDC Course
The Global Game Jam is an annual event in which participants design and create digital and non-digital games over the course of one weekend — spread out over the world, but sharing their games for the world to play.
04/27/2017
Arcade Variations, a premiere piece commissioned for the MU Symphony Orchestra
"Arcade Variations" is a composition for orchestra by Miami University Music Composition Professor Dr. Per Bloland.
03/27/2017
Princeton Review names Miami's game design program 25th best in nation
Miami's program combines liberal education with cutting-edge research and design of playful technology.AIMS Games Center ranks 25th in the nation in the Princeton Review's latest ranking.
12/01/2016
GDC Scholarship Program
The College of Creative Arts’ Interactive Media Studies program awards a scholarship to one of its students to visit the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco from March 19 through March 23 2018.
09/21/2016
Miami University named as one of "57 Best Video Game Colleges"
Miami University's Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies (AIMS) was ranked among the "57 Best Video Game Colleges" by SuccessfulStudent.org.
04/13/2016
Oxford Kinetic Festival 'Circus Fracas' April 17
The seventh annual Oxford Kinetics Festival, "Circus Fracas," will be held noon-5 p.m. Sunday, April 17, at Millett Hall. The festival — free and open to all — includes activities for all ages.