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Video Game Design Program Boosts Interest in Science Careers

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Screen shot of immunology-based game.

Students enrolled in the Game Design Through Mentoring and Collaboration program learn the basics of 3-D modeling and animation software as well as the logic of game design and programming. The program is designed to increase student interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects. Here, a screen shot of immunology-based game.

Credit: Evan Cantwell, George Mason University


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Photo of Kevin Clark and students at a computer.

Kevin Clark reviews a game with students.

Credit: Evan Cantwell, George Mason University


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