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UTS Tech Festival: Student Games Showcase

We are pleased to invite you to the annual UTS Autumn Student Games Showcase.

It is a chance to celebrate our students' accomplishments this semester and show-off their skills as game designers/developers to a wider audience.

Join us for an evening of playing games made by UTS students at various stages of their study, networking with industry and research partners, and enjoying free food, and prizes!

Gaming for Autism: Fundraising Event

In June 2022, the UTS Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology will be hosting an arcade-like gaming event for people of all ages (5-90) with the aim of raising funds to support people on the autism spectrum and their families and friends.

Autism is different for everyone. Providing the right support requires understanding individual strengths, interests and aspirations. There is no one-size fits all solution.

UTS Tech Festival: iOS Student Hackathon

Celebrate the end of semester and let loose with your iOS design and development skills!

In June 2022, the UTS Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology will be hosting the 2022 iOS Student Hackathon.

Hosted by our incredible industry partners Bilue and Commonwealth Bank who will mentor students through the two day experience.

This two day event will unlock your creativity as you create an iOS application from scratch in your teams and with the support of industry mentors. No grades, no job expectations – just a chance to have fun, meet new people and learn new skills.

What's a Wordle?

Recently, the relatively benign online word game Wordle ( ) has taken over social media, with people posting green and yellow squares with little or no explanation. But what is Wordle and what is it about its design that has propelled it to an instant viral hit?

Dr. William Raffe was invited to give a few media appearances and talk about the features of the game in more detail. You can access these below: