Category Archives: Game & Application Development

What is Pokémon Go? Everything You Need to Know

Minnesota School of Business-Richfield Game and Application Development lead faculty member, Ashley Godbold, shares everything you need to know about how to play this new game that is trending known as Pokémon Go. Pokémon Go is taking over mobile phones everywhere, and we here at Globe University & Minnesota School of Business are no exception. Both
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Game and Application Development Student Honor Society Launches “Brush Rush” App

Written by Carol Jaeger, instructor  If you are wondering what GCHS or Brush Rush means, then you will be interested to learn that Ashley Godbold, Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB) game and application development instructor and doctoral candidate, originated the Game Creation Honor Society (GCHS) dedicated to the creation of games and professional development of
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MSB Game and Application Development Alumni Offer Students Advice

Written by Diana Welter, associate director of career services What did you do for lunch today? Recently, I had the chance to eat pizza and chat with Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB) game and application development bachelor’s degree alumni, Jared Stallings and Drew (Andrew) Buchanan. I got to hear what it is like to be a
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IT and Game Design Students Host IT Week

Winter quarter’s Richfield IT Association (RITA) IT Week at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield (MSB) was a rousing success! Students (and graduates) in the game and application development (GAD) as well as information technology (IT) programs united all week to play video games (shocking, we know!), provide iPad and laptop support to faculty and fellow students, and
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Would You Like a Cookie with Your Career Advice?

Last week, students pursuing nursing, IT, game & application development, health care management, and business degrees enjoyed hot chocolate, coffee, milk and cookies as they picked up job hunting advice from Liz Ashantiva and Diana Welter from Minnesota School of Business-Richfield’s (MSB) career services department. Students attended the “Cookies with Career Services” event to delight in
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Extracurricular to Extra Income: How Helping Others Can Help Yourself

Remember when we told you all about how Minnesota School of Business-Richfield’s student IT club, called Richfield IT Association (RITA), created a presentation on basic Windows usage for the Better Business Bureau’s members? Remember how we told you that the audience really loved it? Well, we weren’t kidding. It went so well that several of
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