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12/05/2019
Interactive Media Studies Professor Named AIS Distinguished Member Cum Laude
Interactive Media Studies and Information Systems and Analytics Professor Named AIS Distinguished Member Cum Laude
12/04/2019
Game design at Miami is the best in the U.S. per newest ranking
Miami's game design program is the best in the country, helping to feed one of the economy's fastest-growing job markets, according to a new ranking from Intelligent.com.
12/04/2019
AIMS Alum Austin Mace Named to 2020 Forbes 30 Under 30
AIMS Alum Austin Mace (Class of 2015) and Ryan Thomas, cofounders of Subvrsive, are on the #Forbes 30 Under 30 2020 Marketing & Advertising list
11/25/2019
IMS Game Design Program Ranked #1
Intelligent.com ranks the IMS game program #1 in the country for universities that offer online courses.
11/05/2019
Miami teams win Ohio esports battle; academic program grows
Game design at Miami is highly ranked, and a new major, games + simulation, is bringing more students to this growing area. Esports at Miami are growing in the classroom and in collegiate competition.
11/04/2019
Brukel Released on Steam
Bob De Schutter, Miami University C. Michael Armstrong professor of applied game design, is the lead designer on an award-winning new digital game called Brukel, which explores the life of a World War II survivor. Brukel is now available on Steam.
11/01/2019
Miami to offer portfolio review in Detroit area this weekend
Miami University will have representatives at the National Portfolio Day event in Detroit Michigan this Sunday, November 3rd.
10/31/2019
Circling Round Student Exhibition to feature 34 works
The Miami University Art Museum is pleased to announce the student artist names whose works were selected in the juried Student Response Exhibition opening January 28, 2020.
10/03/2019
BLINK to feature art installations with Miami University connections
At this year's BLINK art festival, the Miami University Center for Community Engagement in Over-the-Rhine, through its Storefronts series, will present grassroots projected animations as part of the Time for an UPdate? installation. Right, Danny Capaccio (Miami '11) uses a heat gun to measure the temperature of the LED lights in one of 10 toilets that will be part of an installation titled No public restrooms. Both art pieces will be located in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Creative forces with Miami University connections will be in the limelight at this year's light-based art festival, BLINK.