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Faculty Lectures

Håvard Vibeto Talk On the Origin of Slow motion and the use of it in computer games.

2020 Online Conference by Sophie Mobbs

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Information regarding the Coronavirus

The coronavirus pandemic is constantly evolving and has major consequences for society. On this page you will find information about how INN University deals with the ongoing pandemic.

students wins Gamer's Choice Award at the 2021 Norwegian Game Awards

Evergreen by Snow Leaf Studios. Evergreen is a third person ability-based action-rpg. The goal of the game is to protect the Druid from harm. If you are playing any other difficulty than infinite, you win by beating all the waves. If you or the druid dies before the last wave is beaten, you will lose the game and have to try again. Good luck!
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Student Showcase 2021 - May 25th and 26th

As the summer holidays approach, we choose to celebrate a well-done year - especially for those who have completed their bachelor's thesis - with a showcase event in Auditorium Our Showcase brings together all student projects for everyone to enjoy. We also invite industry professionals to give lectures and demonstrations for all attending.

University status is the top priority

“Ensuring that Innlandet County gets its own university will be the number one job,” says Peer Jacob Svenkerud who today took over as rector at INN University. “Experience has shown that the establishment of a university will have major ripple effects and develop competence and innovation throughout the region. I would argue that achieving university status will be one of the most important events in the region for decades,” says Svenkerud.

International cooperation matters – now more than ever

The staff and students within sport management haven’t let the pandemic slow them down – the ban on international travel has been an opportunity to innovate. For over a year now, non-essential travel has been almost non-existent. This has put the academia in a rather tough spot: on the one hand international travel is a vital part of academic life, and on the other – it isn’t essential enough as to overrule infection control guidelines.