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Thursday, October 5 • 4:45pm - 5:45pm
Ignite Presentations

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Ignite talks are radically different from traditional conference talks. You will be dazzled by humor, wit, energy and inspiration packed into one powerful five-minute talk. 

Ignite Talks will be hosted by Sybil Madison-Boyd.


Ben Miller, The University of Iowa

Chris Haskell, Boise State Univ

Trent Hergenrader, Rochester Institute of Technology

Erin Hoffman-John, Carnegie Mellon University

Juliette Levy, University of California, Irvine

Christina Cantrill, National Writing Project

Brittany DeLacy, California State University, Chico

Seth Hudson, George Mason University

Colby Tofel-Grehl, Utah State University


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Christina Cantrill

National Programs, National Writing Project
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Chris Haskell

Clinical Assistant Professor, Boise State University
Dr. Chris Haskell plays video games for a living, or at least that’s what his friends think. He's the director of the Varsity eSports At Boise State. As a professor and researcher, Chris also focuses on the impact of videogames, virtual worlds, social media, and digital culture... Read More →
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Trent Hergenrader

Assistant Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology
My primary area of research is using games and gaming in English courses, and more specifically using role-playing games to teach fiction writing. I am an Assistant Professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Erin Hoffman-John

Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University

Seth Hudson

Tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor, College of Visual and Performing Arts

juliette levy

uc riverside
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Ben Miller

Graduate Student Researcher, The University of Iowa
I love games and digital media that can be used to teach, explore, and refocus children in healthcare settings. I am working on my PhD in Educational Psychology and my research interests are focused on investigating how to best utilize frameworks of learning theory and media engagement... Read More →

Colby Tofel-Grehl

Assistant Professor of Science Education, Utah State University

Thursday October 5, 2017 4:45pm - 5:45pm PDT
Pacific Ballroom D