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Sang Nam teaches technology-intensive courses in Computer Game Design. He holds an MFA in electronic integrated arts from NYSCC at Alfred University and a BA in interdisciplinary computing and the arts and a BS in molecular biology from the University of California, San Diego. Nam's work metaphorically explores how technologies are used in various art disciplines and how people perceive these art products in various dynamics. Nam has explored new possibilities when art and technology merge, and his work has been exhibited worldwide, including the U.S., U.K., Korea, and Hungary. As a teacher-scholar, Nam has pursued research on the scholarship of teaching and learning. He has been selected as 2010 National CASTL Teaching Scholar, 2010-2012 Elon CATL Teaching Scholar, and 2008 Wisconsin Teaching Fellow.
MFA, Electronic Integrated Arts, Alfred University (2004)
Faculty Rank: Assistant Professor