Catch up on the latest news and events from around the DigiPen community.
On Feb 6, two DigiPen alumni received the Annie Award Outstanding Achievement in Production Design for their work on The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show.
DigiPen is proud to welcome Dr. Eva Iwer to the Department of Computer Science.
DigiPen students on Team Overboard are going hands-on with the HTC Vive to create a psychological thriller virtual reality game called Hereafter.
Check out our breakdown of the biggest news and events at DigiPen in 2015!
In a recent special issue ranking the “The 100 Greatest Videogames,” Edge magazine included the 2007 first-person puzzler Portal as its No. 12 selection.
Dr. Charles Duba, Senior DigiPen Lecturer, talks about building and conducting research in the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory.
Originally hired to work on documentation for Epic Games’s acclaimed Unreal Engine, DIT student Robert Gervais ended up contributing a lot more.
We chatted with Andy Schatz, creator of Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine, to talk about what it means - if anything - to be indie.
More than 20 DigiPen Institute of Technology students and alumni helped bring 343 Industry’s Halo 5: Guardians to life.
DigiPen graduate Jesse Dunne (2010) is a producer at Undead Labs, makers of the popular State of Decay zombie survival game.
Student Aviva Schecterson from team Aurora talks about the development process for the open-world game ÆON in our team spotlight video.
For incoming DigiPen freshmen, the newly implemented Peer Advising Leaders (PAL) program may be a valuable tool for success.
This year’s PAX Prime featured the participation and involvement of a large number of DigiPen Institute of Technology students and alumni.
Two DigiPen graduates and longtime business partners are getting set to release the first PlayStation 4 game to be developed in Mexico.
Ranking at #1, DigiPen Institute of Technology leads the way with over 60% of students pursuing a degree in a computer science program.
DigiPen’s Computer Engineering program has been accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
In a new ranking of the 50 best colleges in America for computer science and engineering by Business Insider, DigiPen rounds out the list.
A group of students from DigiPen’s WaNIC Academy traveled to Louisville, KY, to take part in a SkillsUSA Championship.
Synaptic Sugar is one of the largest DigiPen game teams ever assembled, so it makes sense that their game project is a massive undertaking.
Check out our video interview with the student game team behind N.U.T.S.: Forest FriendZ, and download the full game from the DigiPen Showcase.