New MSU Museum Galleries Focus on Faculty and Student Research | MSUToday

Two new galleries in the MSU Museum are dedicated to student and faculty research at MSU. Exhibits in The Sandbox gallery will highlight more experimental exhibits while the New Horizons space will feature National Science Foundation Broader Impacts research, art-science residencies and a rotation of other student and faculty research .

These new changes demonstrate the MSU Museum’s commitment to serve as a visible catalyst for teaching, learning, and research at the intersection of the arts, sciences, and humanities, as well as a vital collaboration that advances the student and faculty success at MSU.

The Sandbox gallery’s inaugural exhibition highlights a small sample of the innovative work developed by faculty and students in MSU’s acclaimed Games for Entertainment and Learning Lab. The GEL Lab seeks to “develop innovative prototypes, techniques and complete games for entertainment and learning and to advance cutting-edge knowledge about the social and individual effects of digital games”.

In the “Gameplay” exhibit, visitors to the MSU Museum are invited to explore and enjoy games created by GEL Lab faculty and students, and contemplate the impact of video games on our society.

Learn more about the galleries on the MSU Museum website.

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