Catch up on the latest news and events from around the DigiPen community.
On September 26, 2011, DigiPen (USA) launched DigiPen Europe-Bilbao, to grow innovation in the video game and animation industries.
Glenn Vilppu, a former animator at Walt Disney, Warner Brothers, and DreamWorks animation studios and author visits with DigiPen’s BFA students.
DigiPen RTIS student team Team Disco Tank redesigns their game, Solstice, to leverage Microsoft’s latest Kinect system.
DigiPen RTIS graduates Tejeev Kohli, Brett English, Pongthep “Bank” Charnchaichujit, and Ted Rivera have a unique success story: From Tag to Portal 2.
As you make your way through Portal 2, don’t forget about the contributions that DigiPen students have made to this award-winning franchise.
Valve Animator Karen Prell talks about her early career as a Jim Henson puppeteer and her transition to character animation for films and games.
DigiPen professor Claire Joly impresses upon her students that video games are more than just technology - they also communicate.
DigiPen graduate Brittany Aubert talks about her role as producer at 5th Cell Media, makers of Super Scribblenauts for Nintendo DS.
DigiPen graduate Rob Pasquini didn’t have to quit his day job to make his own game, Monster Feed for the Apple iPad
Chris Tallman thought he’d work at a big-name game studio, but instead, he ended up programming the flight simulators for Lockheed Martin.
DigiPen graduate Tejeev Kohli talks about working at Valve, the courses that helped prepare him, and the importance of playtesting.
2010 DigiPen graduates reflect on their education at DigiPen and how it helped launch their careers in the game industry.
DigiPen graduate Marc ten Bosch was nominated as an Independent Game Festival finalist in the Excellence in Design category for his game, Miegakure.
A group of DigiPen students will soon be presenting their game projects to a brand-new audience of playtesters at the Penny Arcade Expo in Seattle.
Boost 3D, a new iPhone game by DigiPen alumnus Jonathan Lanis, has been earning some well-deserved praise lately.
We recently sat down with DigiPen graduate Josh Neff, who answered questions about his education and work as a programmer at Airtight Games.
Renowned game composer Nobuo Uematsu and Grammy-award-winning conductor Arnie Roth spoke with students at DigiPen.
Boeing selected nine out of 10,800 suppliers as Suppliers of the Year and named DigiPen as the winner of the 2008 Technology category.
DigiPen’s ProjectFUN Technology Academies give high-school students insight into the games industry in a variety of locations around North America.