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Women, femme-identifying and non-binary gamers are finally getting new opportunities, exciting pathways.
The HSEL and Middle School Esports League are teaming up with education leader NASEF to bring more fun, more opportunities and more career pathways to students.
Hosted by GCN, the esports events will take place in May for students with prizes and scholarships on the line.
Concordia University in Wisconsin is combining efforts with a foundation to get the message out on keeping gamers safe.
Hampden-Sydney College's bold strategy to reach prospective students through print gains a interested audience.
A new study from the Associated Press highlights the disparities that exist for women who game, which mirror the gaps on the professional level.
NACE and NASEF are combining their resources to help further build the pipeline to STEM pathways for interested gamers from high schools to higher education.
At this year's virtual event, those who run programs or want to learn more can take in more than 50 sessions, from K-12 to higher education.
Several top college esports and industry voices, along with leaders from Full Sail and UCF, will gather for a two-day learning event.
The behavior is being red-flagged by researchers from Florida International and others whose studies show it occurring among students.
With students overextending themselves and their time spent online, it is imperative to monitor their play and health while protecting the interests of the school
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