Game Design Student Wins National Award

S. Kuehn, a student in the Mobile Apps/Game Design program at the Livonia Career Technical Center, won second place in the 2017 National Globey Game Design Competition in the Category of Best 3D Game.     

The "Globey's" celebrate excellence in game design and coding process, and motivates students to dig deeper in their learning, while developing real-world Computer Science skills using industry-standard tools. Finalists and Winners are selected by an expert panel of industry game designers, computer scientists and STEM innovators.

Kuehn distinguished himself from a diverse pool of 274 regional finalists from across the country, representing states such as New York, Texas, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Utah, and California. His game, entitled Constitutional Convention, was programmed using JavaScript and Unity, and was designed to teach players about the U.S. Constitution.  

Kuehn created the game as a part of his Mobile Apps/Game Design class at the Livonia Career Technical Center last school year. He is currently a Senior at Livonia Franklin High School.  

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Congratulations to Lulu Huang who received Honorable Mention in the Michigan Council for Women in Technology Website Design Competition. Lulu is a junior in the Mobile Apps/Game Development class at the Livonia Career Technical Center.

Lulu Huang on air at WJR Studios with the Michigan Council for Women in Technology Mentors and winners from the Website Design Competition.
Congratulations to Lulu Huang who received Honorable Mention in the Michigan Council for Women in Technology Website Design Competition. Lulu is a junior in the Mobile Apps/Game Development class at the Livonia Career Technical Center.

Lulu Huang on air at WJR Studios with the Michigan Council for Women in Technology Mentors and winners from the Website Design Competition.