Join the CUNY Games Network for episode 5 of their gamecasting channel. In this episode, we interview Deborah Sturm, an Associate Professor of Computer Science at the College of Staten Island. Dr. Sturm designed and teaches two gaming electives and introduced an area concentration in game development at her college. Dr. Sturm is the faculty coordinator for the Faculty Interest Group in Gaming and Pedagogy under the auspices of the Faculty Center for Professional Development. She was the Co-PI and a Project Director on a NSF-STEM grant, “Science and Technology Expansion via Applied Mathematics (STEAM),” an NSF-funded program to expand undergraduate STEM education. Through this and other grants, she collaborates with members of the Psychology Department to design and develop research apps for children on the Autism spectrum.