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Interactive Media Game Design and Development

Center for Media Arts, Computing, and Design Worcester, MA, United States

Interactive Media Game Design and Development:  The Past, Present, and Future Join us for a panel discussion to learn more about game design from alumni who are currently at the […]

Research Open House

The Lasry Center for Bioscience

IGDA Clark Game Expo

CMACD (Center for Media, Arts, Computing & Design) 7 Hawthorne St, Worcester, MA, United States

Join students and game developers from across New England to make lasting connections.

Sponsored by: Becker School of Design & Technology

Practicing Geography & GIS Week Present: Alumni Connections

via Zoom

Alumni Connections: Applying Geographical Knowledge & Learning About Life After Clark How does one transition from undergraduate to professional? How does one build a professional network? How can students best prepare themselves for success while at Clark as well as post-graduation? A panel of Clark Geography alumni will share their experiences navigating Clark and beyond, […]

Practicing Geography & GIS Week Presents: MAPATHON!

Jefferson 131 950 Main Street, Worcester, MA, United States

MAPATHON In collaboration with NEURISA Professional Association - New England Urban & Regional Information Systems Association Support relief work through crowd-sourced mapping projects! Open to all of IDCE, food and […]

Practicing Geography & GIS Week Presents: Geospatial AI

Jefferson 218

GEOSPATIAL AI Join Professors Lyndon Estes and Hamed Alemohammad as they share their insights on Geospatial Technology and how it ties into and advances Artificial Intelligence, or AI. This event […]

Open Studio in Center for Media Arts, Computing, and Design

Center for Media Arts, Computing, and Design Worcester, MA, United States

Explore the MACD, see game studio projects in action, and speak with students and faculty as they work in their teams.

Sponsored by: Becker School of Design & Technology

_hello world! Workshops on Digital Research in the Arts & Humanities

Clark University, ASEC 202

In this first session of the Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities workshop series, open to faculty, staff, and graduate students at Clark and beyond, facilitators will introduce digital humanities through a working definition, project examples, and a hands-on primer to some basic computing skills.

Sponsored by: Higgins School of Humanities