Transylvania students not only will be getting paid to play video games, but they’ll get exercise as well as part of a study.
Transylvania University plans to launch an esports program in the 2021-22 academic year for students interested in participating in intercollegiate gaming competitions.
Transylvania’s Digital Liberal Arts initiative bought 20 iPads and Apple Pencils for technologically enhanced teaching and learning.
Transylvania students are getting experience in the digital liberal arts — an unexpected, crash course of sorts — as part of the school’s production of “Railsplitter.”
Transylvania is expanding its Digital Liberal Arts initiative to give students an edge in a world increasingly dependent on new technologies.