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  • The joy of sticking with STEM ed: Front & Center

    Apparently, there's more to video games than zombies and birds in need of anger management. February's Scientific American magazine touts the power of gaming to transform how students learn. And Electronic Arts — more known for scoring with its popular "Madden Football" series — is among the players working to make STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education a winner for Central Florida students. Daryl Holt, group chief operating officer of EA Studios — whose Maitland office marks its 20th year — shares how in this e-mail interview with the Editorial Board.
  • College gives scholarships to video-game players � really good ones

    CHICAGO It was a shoulder injury during his junior year of high school that ended Derek Micheau's dreams of being a pitcher. Later that season, a knee injury ended his hopes of playing catcher. Turns out he didn't need healthy shoulders or knees for a...

    Video game industry grows quickly in Florida over three years

    Video game industry grows quickly in Florida over three years
    Florida's video-game industry has been growing at more than twice the national rate. The Electronic Software Association numbers released last week come as little surprise for those within the industry. David Sushil, president of the local independent...

    Celebrity Reflection introduces new video game technology at sea For those who are familiar with the cruise industry, the Celebrity Cruises brand of ships from Royal Caribbean Cruise Line is known for its luxury at sea. Celebrity also tends to attract an older demographic than Royal Caribbean and other...

    Sexism still a real thing in virtual gaming world

    Sexism still a real thing in virtual gaming world
    A few months ago I wrote a story about some young guys who make a living playing "Call of Duty," a video game where the object is to gun down your foes before they can shoot you. It's a testosterone-rich environment, but women play, too, and a while...