West Virginia University is hosting the 2016 Global Game Jam! he Global Game Jam is the world's largest jam event (game creation) taking place around the world over the same weekend.
The jam begins Friday late afternoon, where participants hear presentations on game design topics and watch a short video keynote with advice for a successful jam, followed by the announcement of the theme. All sites worldwide are then challenged to make games based on the same theme.
Last year, the Global Game Jam had over 500 sites in 80 different countries where participants split into teams and developed games in 48 hours. We are excited to be one of these sites and welcome neighboring universities to join us!
When? January 29 - 31st
Where? Advanced Engineering Research Building (AERB) on the WVU Evansdale Campus
How much is it? $20 for food (multiple meals)
How do I register? The registration form can be found here.
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Welcome to the Department of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Engineering! We offer a variety of degree options including B.S. in Computer Engineering, B.S. in Mathematics, B.S. in Computer and Information Sciences, and B.S. in Computer Information Technology. We are confident that our programs and the flexibility that we offer in many different technical areas will spark high demand from employers all across the United States.
To enhance the education of students by instilling in them the love and excitement of the mathematical, computer, and engineering sciences and their applications.
To prepare students for employment and productive careers.
To promote lifelong learning and provide students with the expertise and knowledge to continue their education at the graduate level.
The CME department has been awarded an NSF S-STEM grant totalling $627,010 for June 2013 through May 2018. The awards are both merit- and need-based. Both new and continuing students are eligible to apply. Recipients will be awarded a maximum of $10,000 depending on individual demonstrated financial need. For more details and information on how to apply, please check our website here!
Annually, the CME department and Shepherd University hosts Shep Robofest. This year's fest is April 2rd and 3th. For more information or to register for the Fest, go to our website located here!
In cooperation with the West Virginia Space Consortium, the CME department offers yearly fellowships for undergraduates to pursue independent research projects with the help of faculty and staff. Applications typically open early in the fall semester and the research culminates with a convention at the annual NASA day. Check out our website here for more details and watch our news feed on this page for when applications open!
Apply here the deadline is September 26, 2016. Research endorsements and faculty advisor evaluations are due by Wednesday, September 28, 2016.