Dr. Eugene Gan | Franciscan University of Steubenville
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    Dr. Eugene Gan

    Professor of Communication Arts


    • EdD Instructional Technology—Duquesne University 
    • MS Multimedia Technology—Duquesne University
    • BSc Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering with Fine Art — Carnegie Mellon University

    Brief Bio

    Dr. Eugene Gan is Professor of Interactive Media, Communications, and Fine Art at Franciscan University of Steubenville in the United States. He helped launch Franciscan University's Multimedia Concentration that prepares students for careers designing digital content ranging from video games, special effects, and animation, to websites, videos, and educational software.

    An expert on many aspects of new media technology, Dr. Gan has given talks, taught, written, produced, and worked for more than a decade in the media industry designing multimedia productions for numerous clients.

    An accomplished artist, his artwork has been commissioned and won awards in national fine arts competitions.

    His book "Infinite Bandwidth: Encountering Christ in the Media" is grounded in Scripture and the Magisterial documents and is a handbook and practical help for parents, teachers, catechists, new media producers and consumers eager to understand and engage media in meaningful and healthy ways in their daily lives.

    Dr. Gan and his wife, Cindy, reside in Steubenville, Ohio with their four children, John Paul, Maximilian Kolbe, Benedict, and Gabriel.

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