Game Design & Media Education

The IGM School is comprised of talented and motivated individuals from a variety of academic backgrounds with a shared interest in computing as it relates to interactive and social media, new media, games, simulations, and media-centric systems of all varieties. The school's mission is to provide a sustained educational environment that supports and encourages creative and collaborative academic inquiry by both faculty and students into these areas. The school's programs, coursework, research, and development efforts will provide students with the knowledge and skills to pursue meaningful and rewarding careers in this arena, while simultaneously advancing the field and helping to provide a well-rounded educational experience.

School of Interactive Games & Media @ RIT

What we offer

The IGM School is comprised of talented and motivated individuals from a variety of academic backgrounds with a shared interest in computing as it relates to interactive and social media, new media, games, simulations, and media-centric systems of all varieties. The school's mission is to provide a sustained educational environment that supports and encourages creative and collaborative academic inquiry by both faculty and students into these areas. The school's programs, coursework, research, and development efforts will provide students with the knowledge and skills to pursue meaningful and rewarding careers in this arena, while simultaneously advancing the field and helping to provide a well-rounded educational experience.

What we are looking for

Rochester Institute of Technology’s B. Thomas Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences (GCCIS) invites applications and nominations for a lecturer position in the School of Interactive Games and Media (IGM). The school has three degree programs, a B.Sc. in Game Design and Development, an M.Sc. in Game Design and Development and a B.Sc. in New Media Interactive Development. The School is internationally recognized as a leader in its degree areas. The Princeton Review has ranked our programs in Game Design and Development in the top 10 nationally in their respective categories.

In addition, we are constantly looking for talented students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Keywords

  • Game Academia
  • Other (Please Specify) computer animation, web development, graphics programming

Main Contact

Andrew Phelps


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