The University of Tulsa’s Tandy School of Computer Science equips students with the knowledge and expertise required for making significant contributions to computer science, simulation and gaming industry and for leveraging learned techniques toward continued professional growth. Students are provided with classroom experiences and research opportunities under the guidance of our experienced faculty.
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CSG students developing game to teach children about carbon capture
At The University of Tulsa, the topic is at the center of efforts by a group of computer simulation and gaming (CSG) students to develop a CCUS education simulation. Under the mentorship of Akram Taghavi-Burris, TU’s CSG program coordinator, and with funding support from Chevron, the students are designing a city-building game for use in middle schools that will teach children about the environmental impacts of carbon emissions, various CCUS methods, and the associated costs.
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