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Thursday, June 28 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Project Briefs: Civics & Social Issues

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Mitu Khandaker (Creative Partnerships Director, SpiritAI)

Lual Mayen (Founder and Developer, Junub Games)
Games for Peace Building

Amanda Warner (Games and Learning Creator)
Fake It To Make It – A Game Design Case Study

Jim Munroe (Director, Game Arts International Network)
A Gain for One is a Gain For All: Sharing Resources in the Game Arts

Speakers
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Mitu Khandaker

Creative Partnerships Director, Spirit AI
Dr. Mitu Khandaker is a critically-acclaimed game developer who brings her creative and technical expertise to the Spirit AI team. Her PhD looked at how VR changes our relationship with game characters. She is an Assistant Arts Professor of Game Design at NYU and a BAFTA Breakthrough... Read More →
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Lual Mayen

Founder and Developer, Junub games
Lual Mayen, Developer, organizer of first GGJ in South Sudan, Founder and CEO Junub Games building peace through Video games because video, board and mobile games provide an entertaining and informative community activity. For this reason, Junub games play bigger picture in the reconciliatory... Read More →
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Jim Munroe

Director`, Game Arts International Network
Jim Munroe is a “pop culture provocateur” according to the Austin Chronicle. His graphic novels and prose novels have been praised by Pulitzer-winner Junot Diaz and comics legend Neil Gaiman, and his lo-fi sci-fi feature films by Wired and the Guardian. His political videogames... Read More →
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Amanda Warner

Game and Learning Creator
Amanda Warner creates games, courses, curriculums, and other experiences that focus on real-world change. Amanda has designed interactive learning for the past fifteen years, initially in the corporate sector, and now in collaboration with NGOs. Most of her recent work has targeted... Read More →


Thursday June 28, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Starr Foundation