Brian Grey’s career started as a high school computer science teacher before transitioning to industry where he worked for over 10 years as a software engineer. He has held positions in several industries including logistics, government contracting, manufacturing, and financial services before coming to HU. He currently lives in Lancaster county where, in his off hours, annoys his wife, his three daughters, and cats.
Teaching and Research Interests:
Brian is currently enrolled in DePaul University researching the cognitive aspects and benefits to serious games. This work is being done at Harrisburg University using SpacEscape, a serious game for teaching space science. This is a joint research project with his friend and colleague Dr. Sa Liu of the Interactive Media program.
M.S. in Computer Science, DePaul University, Chicago, IL, USA.
B.S. in Mathematics & Computer Science, Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA USA.
Faculty share SpacEscape game design experience at Serious Play Conference
Two Harrisburg University faculty members gave a presentation on the in-house development of SpacEscape, a mobile science learning game students...
App research helped prepare HU grad for grad school, career
At Harrisburg University, students don’t just study science and technology. They experience both firsthand. During their time at HU, students...
Mobile game development provides students hands-on coding, design experience
Harrisburg University students assisting with the development of a mobile learning game called SpacEscape have been exposed to hands-on coding...