Barriers to Development (Hello Friends)

I look forward to sharing my love of gaming, and people, and my work, with each and everyone that comes across this page. But it will take time.


Good Evening friends, colleagues, and gamers from around the world. Welcome to my new Web platform – Higher Ed Gaming. I, The Higher Ed Gamer will utilize this platform to host information about myself, reviews of titles, reviews of books, and original ideas of how to use games as an art form or medium to affect human development and broaden our understanding of the human condition. Unfortunately, my graduate work comes first. I have a list of many ideas that I’d like to work on here (post-grad).

Some include: A map for developing Esports team in mid to large size Higher Ed Institutions; Design layout for game-based philanthropic events and non-profit organizations; Game Literacy syllabuses  – not only a list but an ordering to and focus on each game; Books about my experience as a gamer and about African Americans in both the Gaming industry and fan communities.

I will also host on this platform my personal accomplishments in the realms of public service and professional work. I think that linking the organizations that I care about enough to give my time to is important, and allows for you all to get to know me on a more personal level. I am, contrary to popular belief, real. These will be coupled with reflections on my experiences, and I hope they inspire you all too.

I look forward to sharing my love of gaming, and people, and my work, with each and everyone that comes across this page. But it will take time. For now, if you’d like to know more about me or my life find me on social media :]





Twitter: @HigherEd_Gaming

Instagram: @higher_ed_gaming

Author: TheHigherEdGamer

Reginald holds an MPA, MSEd in Student Affairs Administration, and BA in Political Science from Binghamton University, and started their journey through higher ed with an AA from Hostos Community College in the South Bronx. Despite their academic achievements, Reggi has spent more time gaming than in class and is shooting for 40,000 hours by 2020. They love story-driven games, RPGs mostly, is committed to League of Legends and relishes the time spent in the annals of COD and Halo. They also love puppies, sweet wine, mac and cheese, and fireplaces!

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