Dr. Denise A. Gross
Assistant Professor of Graphic Design, Gaming, and Simulation
Degree: D.V.M. – Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University M.S. – Veterinary Science, Texas A&M University M.A. – Interactive Design and Game Development, Savannah College of Art and Design
Courses: CGS1572 – Desktop Publishing and Graphics DIG2040C – History of Video Games DIG1710C – Introduction to Game Production DIG1711C – Game Design and Gameplay DIG2430C – Digital Storytelling for Video Games DIG2721C – Applied Game Design 1 GRA1103C – Graphic Design Basics GRA1117C – Introduction to Computer Graphics GRA2151C – Computer Illustration with Illustrator GRA1206C – Typography GRA2203C – Digital Prepress GRA2181C – Portfolio
Office Location: Building 21, Room 119
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:15–8:30am, 12:30–1pm, 2:30–3:30pm Otherwise by appointment
Dr. Gross is broadly trained in veterinary medicine, biological and zoological sciences, and the graphic arts. This varied background allows her to take the best of all her experiences and create unique approaches, and strategies, in her teaching at Florida Gateway College. Currently at FGC, Dr. Gross teaches courses in graphic design, digital media, and game design.