AET Lecturer Yuliya Lanina will teach an online version of her course Gender, Race and Technology through the online learning platform Kadenze this spring. The course will explore the issues affecting women and minorities in the creative and technological fields, as well as possible solutions to address gender and diversity issues in those fields. The class will alternate between presentations by the instructor and interviews with guests who will share their relevant experiences and expertise.
A team of students in the 2-D capstone class of the Game and Mobile Media Applications (GAMMA) Program reached the finals last week at the Intel University Games Showcase at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, California.
A team from FÖDA Studio that includes a Department of Design lecturer and an alumnus was recently named as a finalist for two James Beard Awards for restaurant design. Design Lecturer Jett Butler and alumnus Dale Wallain (M.F.A., Design, 2011) were part of the design team nominated for their design of the interior of Japanese restaurant Otoko in Austin. They were nominated in the category of restaurants with 75 seats or fewer.