Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock students are in awe over all the support shown for their dog rescue shelter simulation game, whose $16,000 fundraising campaign on Kickstarter was reached in just over 48 hours.

‘To The Rescue’ game designers break fundraising goal in just two days

Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock students are in awe over all the support shown for their dog rescue shelter simulation game. Their $16,000 fundraising campaign on Kickstarter was reached in just over 48 hours. Continue reading “‘To The Rescue’ game designers break fundraising goal in just two days”

UA Little Rock students and faculty have created a space-western storytelling card game called Galactic Scoundrels. They are (L to R) Tanner Marshall, Brad Sims, Olivia Dunlap, Joe Williams, and Robbie Hunt. Photo by Ben Krain/UA Little Rock Communications and Marketing.

UA Little Rock game creators raise more than $27K to manufacture game

A group of University of Arkansas at Little Rock employees, students, and alumni who created a space-western storytelling card game – dubbed Galactic Scoundrels – have reached their online fundraising goal to raise enough money to have the game manufactured, breaking their fundraising goal by more than $10,000.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock game creators raise more than $27K to manufacture game”

UA Little Rock game designers start Kickstarter campaign to manufacture new space-western game

A group of University of Arkansas at Little Rock employees, students, and alumni have joined forces to create a game to bring out the space scoundrels in all of us.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock game designers start Kickstarter campaign to manufacture new space-western game”

The exhibit, “It is two minutes to midnight,” will be on display at the Weinberg/Newton Gallery in Chicago May 11-19. The exhibit transverses a geopolitical landscape of nuclear risk, climate change, and disruptive technologies starting in 1947 through today.

Emerging Analytics Center helps create virtual reality exhibit on the Doomsday Clock

Ever since its debut in 1947 to convey the urgent need to avoid nuclear war, the Doomsday Clock has remained a powerful reminder of the destructive forces mankind faces.  Continue reading “Emerging Analytics Center helps create virtual reality exhibit on the Doomsday Clock”