Norwich University of the Arts shortlisted in Grads in Games Awards 2020
Norwich University of the Arts is delighted to be shortlisted in the Grads in Games Awards 2020.
The Grads in Games Awards celebrate the individuals and institutions that have made a real impact in improving the links between the games industry and education. They recognise and highlight the academics, universities and studios that are actively helping students make the leap from student games developer to professional games developer, as well as the students who are already achieving great things.
Norwich University of the Arts has been shortlisted in the Educational Institution Award (Higher Education) and BA (Hons) Games Art and Design lecturer Sharon Tolaini-Sage has been shortlisted in the Academic Award category. The award celebrates academics that go beyond just the lectures, are often excellent student mentors, organise industry events and speakers, and can show wide-ranging beneficial results of their work.
2020 BA (Hons) Games Art and Design graduates Marianne Skinner Cassidy, Valeria Graff, Emma Haephrati, Nikki Rose, Sean Fox, Loryn Hunt have also been nominated for the Student Game Award, for their game Potion Panic.