Weller Academic Building, Third Floor
61 Sever Street
Worcester, MA 01609
Associate Professor of Game Design
Office Location: Design Building
In 2011, Associate Professor Curvin Huber brought his wealth of knowledge and expertise to Becker College’s game design program. Huber has an extensive background in education and the game design industry. He holds a master of fine arts degree in illustration from Marywood University, a master of science degree in instructional technology with a concentration in animation and graphic design from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, and a bachelor of art in sculpture.
Prior to joining the Becker College faculty, Huber worked as an assistant professor at DeSales University, teaching courses on multimedia, digital art, 3D animation and modeling, and web design. He was also involved in the development of a new major in media studies. Preceding DeSales, Huber was an assistant professor and department chair at Lehigh Carbon Community College, teaching design courses and serving on a multitude of committees for the college. He was also an adjunct instructor in graduate design programs at Bloomsburg University and Wilmington College.
Outside of the classroom, Huber has been active as a design consultant and researcher. He has worked on simulation projects for numerous federal government agencies such as the Center for Disease Control, the Department of Defense, and the National Security Agency. Additionally, Huber has designed 3D illustrations for a marketing agency based in Kent, England, produced mechanical visualizations illustrating production lines for various industrial manufacturers, and most recently, designed 3D character animations for a large Central American telecommunications firm. On the entertainment side of the industry, Huber is currently working with Bounding Box Games of San Diego where he designs 3D assets for various independent Xbox game titles.
Huber holds associate and professional certifications through Autodesk, Inc. for both 3ds max and Maya.
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