On 12 November 2015 the VHTO organises a conference on gender issues which affect the intake and promotion in beta science, technology and ICT. Daphne Heeroma, Dean of the Academy for Digital Entertainment, will be one of the forum members during this conference.
As you might know, Allerd Peeters retired a few weeks ago. Allerd is the very first lecturer at ADE to officially retire at the age of 65. We, his colleagues at ADE, don’t want to let him go without expressing the appreciation we have for the work he has done for our academy.
On 13 October 25 IMEM students went to Amsterdam for this leading event on marketing, advertising & media.
In September two Academy of Digital Entertainment lecturers, Bina Champaneria and Cagri Sumengen, visited Portofino area in Italy for two weeks as a part of the mobility programme of Green Project. The aim of the project is to achieve environmental, economic and social sustainability of recreational SCUBA diving.
International Media and Entertainment Management lecturers Fritz Kohle and Arleen Cuevas contributed two chapters to the IGI book publication “Social Media and the Transformation of Interaction Society”.
Two teams of International Media and Entertainment students have won awards at the 48 Hour Film Project in Utrecht.
Triskelion, a team of two International Game Architecture and Design students, won one of the student awards of the Dutch Game Award.
On 1 October it was exactly a year ago that Atlantis Games, an NHTV Business company, started its activities as a production studio for Serious Games.
Before the summer break we reported that four International Media and Entertainment Students were selected for the AECA Edcom summer school. They had a great time in Seville, Spain and learned a lot during the intensive course.
Four International Media and Entertainment Management students were asked to join PolyU’s Innovation & Entrepreneurship Global Student Challenge 2015 last academic year. They reached the semi-finals in Hong Kong and wrote an exciting blog on it.