June 26, 2017

  • New DV Work: STRANGER THINGS – Title Sequence Re-Creation




    A from-scratch re-creation of the Stranger Things title sequence, created by student Jake Turocy for DVA254 Motion Graphics class. You can check out some behind the scenes details about the real title sequence here, and watch Jake’s version below. Link to this post!

  • Greenlight Celebration

    UAT Game Studios Host Summer Greenlight Celebration




    Do you love video games? Our Game Studios students not only love to play games, but also spend a lot of time making them, too. Come see what UAT Game Studios has been up to this semester at the 2017 Summer Greenlight Celebration, an event for UAT to acknowledge the fantastic work of its students. Greenlight is a celebration of games, where students demonstrate the games they’ve been working on for the last semester to fellow students and to the public. The Greenlight Celebration takes place on Aug. 18, from 5-7 p.m. in the UAT Theater and Commons area. The UAT Game…

  • Global Game Jam awards

    Summer Game Jam at UAT




    UAT Game Studios is hosting a summer Game Jam at UAT on July 7-9, to power up the level of energy and productivity around campus. Game Jams unfold quickly in just 48-hours, giving developers a deadline of completion. UAT Professor Ben Reichert is a huge advocate for Game Jams and students starting their own indie game studio. Game Jams are held at UAT multiple times a year usually producing some really awesome games. Some notable past Game Jam winners have been Whiskered Away, Couch Game, Happy Skies and Crimson Nights, which have all seen further development. How does a Game Jam work? We spoke…

  • Student Innovation Project Fair at UAT

    Students Present Semesters of Work at Student Innovation Project (SIP) Fair




    The UAT Student Innovation Project (SIP) Fair for student innovation is a showcase of semesters of hard work and innovative ideas. In preparation of this presentation, students research opportunities and overcome challenges as they strive to innovate new ideas and products that aim to bridge gaps within their fields and outside industries. Students are coached and supported throughout the process and they learn to question their concepts and develop skills to move their projects forward. The upcoming SIP Fair for this Summer 2017 semester takes place on August 8, in the UAT Theater. It is an all-day event, starting at…

  • DEF CON 25

    See UAT’s Booth at DEF CON 25




    Once the Black Hat Briefings come to an end, some UAT student volunteers will report as workers at DEF CON! Because both security conferences fall on the same week, in the same city, many people attend both Black Hat and DEF CON. UAT has a large presence at DEF CON with a huge booth located at Caesar’s Palace where attendees can learn more about cyber security, our bachelor and master’s degrees and check out some cool, nerd swag. DEF CON is more edgy than Black Hat, as it was created in 1993 by a core hacker group who wanted to…

New DV Work: Paranormal Investigations – short documentary film

Jun 14, 2017

A short doc about a paranormal investigator and his brushes with the unexplained, created by students Emma Welch-Murphy and Madison LaCross for DVA241 Digital Video Production class. This is a great example of how evocative cinematography can really bring a documentary subject to life. Link to this post!

New DV Work: Puzzled – short neo-noir film

Jun 13, 2017

This short neo-noir mystery film was created for DVA241 Digital Video Production class by students Joe Ciaramitaro, Jake Turocy, and James Carrillo, and stars UAT Enrollment Advisor Daniel Link who is quite the accomplished actor! You can check out Daniel on IMDB, and watch his previous work with our students in “Moving Day” and “Mitch Rapp: Off Book.” And here he is as a hardboiled detective with a deadly secret in “Puzzled.” Link to this post!

University of Advancing Technology Hosts STEM Workshops in Partnership with New Girl Scout Summer Camp

University of Advancing Technology Hosts STEM Workshops in Partnership with New Girl Scout Summer Camp

Jun 13, 2017

UAT Professors Present Technology Topics to Local Girl Scout Camp UAT is doing its part to encourage more females to explore a future in technology. Last week on June 7, UAT kicked off hosting a series of technology-themed workshops for residents of the newly opened Girl Scout camp, the Bob and Renee Parsons Leadership Center for Girls and Women at Camp South Mountain, which opened last April. The Campaign for Girls in Arizona is an effort by Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council to achieve better outcomes for Arizona’s girls. The Girl Scouts Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (GSACPC) offers camps for girls in…

New DV Work: Typography – Leon the Professional

Jun 9, 2017

A scene from Leon the Professional turned into animated typography by student Harmony Summer Jones for DVA254 Motion Graphics class. Link to this post!

Cyber Security Degree at UAT

Summer of Cyber Security Events

Jun 7, 2017

It’s summer at UAT and not only do we keep campus cool with fun club events and activities at the UAT Founder’s Hall dorms, students enrolled in various Network Security and Cyber Security majors have hot some opportunities to shine. Black Hat Briefings The Black Hat Briefings is a security conference giving corporate businesses, government agencies, military, the private sector and independent security experts access to panels, industry experts, companies and technology in the security world. This year, Black Hat will be held at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, from July 22- 27. UAT Network Security students and…

New DV Work: Moving Day – short comedy film

Jun 6, 2017

Short comedy film created by students Jorge Varela and Gabe Vigil for DVA241 Digital Video Production class. Link to this post!

New DV Work: Jake Turocy: Photography – short documentary film

Jun 5, 2017

A short documentary about student Jake Turocy and his passion for photography. Created by students James Carrillo and Carlie Kratz for DVA241 Digital Video Production class. Link to this post!