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Magy Seif El-​​Nasr

Associate Professor, College of Computer and Information Science and College of Arts, Media and Design, Director of Game Educational Programs and Research, Director of Game Design

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m.seifel-nasr@neu.edu
617.373.3928

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Northeastern professor talks video games at White House

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