About the Team
- Jacie Moriyama, ASSETT
- McKell Carter, PSYC
- Michaele Ferguson, PSCI
- Catherine Kunce, PWR
- David Paradis, HIST
We are thrilled to announce the first in-person Reacting Conference in more than two years this summer! The conference will take place from June 13-16 at the University of Colorado Boulder, and include seven game options. Additional details will be announced as soon as possible.
Registration for this in-person conference and other virtual events will launch on the Reacting Consortiums website, so bookmark their events page if you haven't already. We look forward to seeing you there!
In spring 2021, the Student Success team was awarded a President’s Fund for the Humanities (PFH) grant for their proposal, Reenvisioning the Future of the Humanities Through the Reacting to the Past Pedagogy which seeks to promote a system-wide inquiry of thought focused on teaching and learning in the Humanities. Learn more about the team’s PFH award.
In spring 2021, the Student Success team launched a new Gamification Community of Practice (GCoP). Are you interested in learning how others use games in their classroom? Learn more about the GCoP and attend an upcoming session!
One focus of the Student Success team is on exploring authentic learning through gamification, specifically Reacting to the Past. In spring 2020, Michaele Ferguson, David Paradis, and Catherine Kunce launched a reading group comprised of faculty and graduate participants from across the College of Arts & Sciences.
In January 2020, Catherine Kunce attended a Reacting Conference in Athens, Georgia, to explore how role-immersion games transform college.