Adjunct Faculty, Computer Game Design, CVPA
Building: Art and Design Building
Mail Stop: 1C3
Daniel Greenberg teaches game design topics in the Computer Game Design program, with a focus on history and analysis. His research tackles the emerging topics surrounding digital games, including their defined role as an art form, the language used to describe them, the manner in which they convey narrative, patterns for developing game literacy, codifying game appreciation, comparing games to other established forms, contributing to the preservation and curation of existing works, and using new media to both illustrate and educate on gaming topics. He has spoken on topics, ranging from transmediation of games and opera to pursuing game literacy, at various national game conventions. He is also the founder of Winterion Game Studios, based in Clifton, Virginia.
- MA, Computer Game Design, George Mason University
- BS, Applied Computer Science, George Mason University
- BS, Information Technology, George Mason University