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ASU computer gaming classes draw attention


August 17, 2009

Arizona State University’s computer video game development courses and programs are attracting interest.

KPNX-Channel 12 news in Phoenix recently reported on CampGame, a summer program offered by ASU's Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering that teaches high school students the fundamentals of computer gaming.

CampGame instructor Ashish Amresh, a lecturer in the School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering, was interviewed on  “Chatterbox,” (click on Show 289) a program about computer video games broadcast on KFNX-AM 1100 News Talk Radio in Phoenix. He talks about the computer gaming certificate program he directs for the school.

Amresh comes on "Chatterbox" at approximately 13 minutes and 35 seconds into the show. For more information – including details about the ASU SkySong Gaming Lab – see the web site  http://gaming.asu.edu and details on the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering certificate programs.