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    • Students participate in Global Game Jam event

      Herzing University game development students were joined by students from five other local schools to enjoy a challenging weekend of game development while making new friends and exchanging tips and tricks. Global Game Jam is not a competition, but a challenge extended for the purpose of increasing the confidence of participants and establishing a network of professionals through idea-sharing,...

    • Global Game Jam a Success at Herzing University - Madison

      Herzing University hosted a Global Game Jam 2015 site at the Madison Campus on January 23-25. This marked the 4th consecutive successful hosting of the event. This year, 43 participants formed teams to create interactive games related to the Jam’s “What do we do now?” theme. The Global Game Jam (GGJ) is the world's largest game creation event taking place around the world at physical locations. ...

    • Design Mind: Madison Student Wins for Video Game Epilogue Idea

      Jordan Buehler’s video game outline has been selected by Game Career Guide magazine as one of the best original entries in their existing game epilogue competition. Buehler is a Game Development student at Herzing University – Madison. Game Career Guide challenged its readers and the best entries to the competition were announced February 7, 2012. “The experience has validated my desire to be...

    • Show your support! ForeverFamily 5k on 9/27

      Herzing University’s Atlanta campus has teamed up with ForeverFamily to raise funds and awareness for those children with incarcerated mothers and fathers by sponsoring the ForeverFamily 5K on Saturday, September 27th in Piedmont Park.  ForeverFamily is dedicated to helping these children become successful adults, strengthen their families, and share the experience with communities worldwide. As...

    • Congratulations to our December graduates!

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    • Game Development Students Score More Nation Wins

      Once again, the students in the Game Development Program at Madison have been recognized.  The International Game Publication, Gamasutra.com, runs a series of design competitions based on various subjects related to professional game development.  This past challenge was to design a series of games for the recently released Nintendo Wii-U game system. Game Career Guide’s latest Game Design...