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Pitt-Greensburg: Nature & Sustainability Expert Lars Kapis
February 4th
The Fate of Food – A Call for Research and Social Action
February 7th
CCI Energy Efficiency Fair
February 9th
Plan for Pitt: Sustainability Focus Group
February 13th
Countermapping: Our Connection to Climate-Related Upheavals
February 17th
Plan for Pitt: Sustainability Focus Group
February 17th
Ideation Expo of Pitt U.Lab Hub
February 18th
Nature of Place Symposium Keynote – Michelle Kondo
February 19th
Nature of Place Symposium
February 20th
Green Speakeasy: Water Resources
February 25th
Never A Spectator: A Civic Engagement Forum
February 27th
Coffee with Business Ethics Professor CB Bhattacharya
February 27th
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Nov
8

Games4SocialImpact Game Jam

  • Where: University of Pittsburgh School of Computing and Information
    135 North Bellefield Avenue, 3rd Floor
    Pittsburgh, PA 15213
  • When: Nov 08-10,
  • Registration link: Click here
  • Campus: On Campus
  • Event Type: Public

Have you ever thought about designing a game? Even if the answer is “no,” check out this website. You can build something that has positive social impact, enjoy free food, meet other creative people, and maybe even win a prize!

You do not need to be a programmer to participate: artists, storytellers, sociologists, psychologists, historians, political scientists, and pretty much anyone who likes games are all welcome! (So are programmers.)

You can design any style of game, including card, tabletop, live role playing (LARP), alternate reality (ARG), mobile, desktop, AR, VR, XR, and any other acronym that tickles your fancy.

ADD TO CALENDAR 08-11-2019 10-11-2019 America/Los_Angeles Games4SocialImpact Game Jam

Have you ever thought about designing a game? Even if the answer is “no,” check out this website. You can build something that has positive social impact, enjoy free food, meet other creative people, and maybe even win a prize!

You do not need to be a programmer to participate: artists, storytellers, sociologists, psychologists, historians, political scientists, and pretty much anyone who likes games are all welcome! (So are programmers.)

You can design any style of game, including card, tabletop, live role playing (LARP), alternate reality (ARG), mobile, desktop, AR, VR, XR, and any other acronym that tickles your fancy.

University of Pittsburgh School of Computing and Information
135 North Bellefield Avenue, 3rd Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15213