Concordia receives $2M to foster innovation in QC video game industry with research chair, financial aid


Concordia University has received a $2M gift from Behaviour Interactive—Canada’s largest independent video game studio—to foster innovation in Québec’s video game industry. The investment supports the development of a new research chair in the Department of Design and Computation Arts and provides financial assistance to undergraduate and graduate students. “Through support for a new research chair and a range of resources for students, Behaviour Interactive’s gift will help us explore the possibilities of the next generation of game design,” said Concordia Faculty of Fine Arts Dean Annie Gérin.

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