According to College of Design assistant professor Emil Polyak, games are a good way for older children and adults to learn, too. That’s why Polyak recently challenged students in his Art and Design Studio to create educational games about sustainability. After attending a workshop co-hosted by NC State’s Office of Faculty Development and the University Sustainability Office, Polyak wanted to broaden his students’ understanding of sustainability.
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