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Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry brings out the playful side of scholars, artists

UChicago News recapped Game Changer Chicago's opening event of November's "Play as Inquiry" conference at the Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry. Read the full

Growing Up As a Girl Gamer

Ashlyn Sparrow, GCC Learning Design Specialist, on why games aren't just for boys. Read the full post here.

Behind the Screen: A Female Game Developer’s First Job

Game Changer Chicago designer Amanda Dittami talks about her introduction to the game design industry. Read the full post here.

Registration Open for Summer STEM Program

Game Changer Chicago is now accepting applications for its second summer STEM program, S.E.E.D. The program will run July 7-August 8 on The University of Chicago campus

Play to Learn: A Preview for Upcoming Fireside Chat with Patrick Jagoda

GCC co-founder Dr. Patrick Jagoda will speak at a faculty fireside chat on Thursday, January 30 from 4:30-6 p.m. at the Reynolds Hall South Lounge

Playing With the Truth: When Alternate Reality Gets Real

In Chicago, high school students went searching for an imaginary girl's father. After a while, they started looking for the real one. Click here to

CSOL 2013: The Source

The Source, developed by The University of Chicago, in conjunction with the Chicago Summer of Learning, is a STEM-based alternate reality game that involves investigatory

Thank You for Your Support in 2013!

As we approach the end of 2013, Game Changer Chicago Design Lab and its parent organization, Ci3, thank you for your support. Read about our

Game Changer Helps Prepare Girls for STEM Careers

According to a recent New York Times article: Women make up nearly half the workforce, but have just 26% of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) jobs, which tend to

Hexacago Contest Winners To Be Announced Jan. 3!

Thank you to all who entered the Hexacago Game Design Contest! Winners will be announced January 3. Stay tuned!