Contact Information

Directions

The Learning Games Lab is located in Room 173, Gerald Thomas Hall (the lab is on the southwest side of the building). Gerald Thomas Hall is located on the corner of College Drive and Knox Street. Directions to the lab are as follows:

  1. You need to get to New Mexico State University (University Ave)
  2. Depending on whether you are coming from East or West on University Avenue take a left (coming East) or right (coming West) onto Knox Street. It's between El Paseo and Espina, cross the four way stop at College ave.
  3. Make a left turn into the parking lot immediately behind Gerald Thomas Hall (Giant Satellite at the corner of the building).
  4. Enter Gerald Thomas Hall through the double doors near the giant satellite and then you will enter the first double doors on your right and the Games Lab is the first door on the left of the hallway.

Visitor Parking Information

For more information, see Visitor Parking. Here's how to get an e-Permit for visitors.

Location of Gerald Thomas building on NMSU campus

For New Mexico State University Innovative Media Research & Extension and The Learning Games Lab

Innovative Media Research and Extension is led by Dr. Barbara Chamberlin (interim department head). Barbara Chamberlin also directs the Learning Games Lab. Amanda Armstrong coordinates day-to-day game lab activities.

Administrative Assistant
Patricia Clark
575-646-5003
patriccl@nmsu.edu

Interim Department Head, Professor, and Extension Specialist
Barbara Chamberlin, PhD
575-646-2848
bchamber@nmsu.edu


Assistant Professor & Extension Learning Technology Specialist
Pamela Martinez
575-646-2811
pamelmar@nmsu.edu

Post-Doctoral Scholar
Matheus Cezarotto, PhD
575-646-1173
matheus@nmsu.edu


Studio Manager
Adrián Aguirre
575-646-2811
adaguirr@nmsu.edu


Games Lab Coordinator
Amanda Armstrong
575-646-1076
aarmstr0@nmsu.edu