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Limited Seats Available for Summer Game Academy

Jun 8, 2012

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is accepting applications for the Summer Game Academy offered July 23rd through August 4th in the Center for Advanced Entertainment and Learning Technologies.

The Summer Game Academy is an intensive summer program designed to introduce passionate young game designers and developers to the methods and processes used by professional game makers throughout the world.

Led by Charles Palmer, executive director of CAELT, the program focuses on all aspects of the creative process from ideation to problem-solving to delivery. Students will develop skills and strategies to prepare them for a future in the digital media industry.

Students entering grades 9 through 12 wishing to expand their artistic or programming skills should attend this unique program. The Summer Game Academy is an immersive experience designed for high school students interested in video games, interactive simulations, new media and/or the digital arts.

Class size is limited to 12 for the Jul 23-Aug 4 session, which runs Mondays through Saturdays.  Limited seats are available.

For more information on the academy, scholarships or to apply, call Charles Palmer at 717.901.5127 or email Details on schedule and cost are found at

Founded in 2001 to address Central Pennsylvania's need for increased opportunities for study leading to careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields, Harrisburg University is an innovative and ambitious private institution that produces graduates who provide increased competence and capacity in science and technology disciplines to Pennsylvania and the nation. Harrisburg University ensures institutional access for underrepresented students and links learning and research to practical outcomes. As a private University serving the public good, Harrisburg University remains the only STEM-focused comprehensive university located between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.

For more information on the University's demand-driven undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs in applied science and technology fields, call 717.901.5146 or email


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