Post graduation survey results from ETC students who completed degree requirements during the December 2015, May 2016 and August 2016 semesters.
In an article by Julianne Mattera, CMU News takes a look at ETC Press’s Creative Chaos, Learning Lessons on Making Inclusion & Innovation Making the Magic.
“So it is no surprise that “Creative Chaos” is the title and focus of a new book from the ETC Press on best practices in teaching creative collaboration to the interdisciplinary groups in its interactive entertainment graduate program. Co-authored by ETC Director Drew Davidson and others, the book provides an overview of the ETC’s work to foster an inclusive environment, welcoming constructive conflict in discussions and diversity in students’ disciplines, worldviews, ethnicity and gender.”
The book provides an overview of the ETC and the research on how diversity, inclusion and innovation are related and how the department supports the same associated ideas through the project-based curriculum.