Kevin Clark, PhD, is an associate professor and program coordinator of the Instructional Technology program in the College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University. He is the principal investigator with co-principal investigator Dr. Sheridan on the NSF funded project, Game Design Through Mentoring and Collaboration, which involves teaching middle and high school students in Washington, DC, to design computer games. Prior to his work in academia, Dr. Clark worked as a designer and senior program manager for Lightspan, Inc. (currently Plato Learning), a leading provider of educational software and interactive media. Dr. Clark’s research interests focus on the role of gaming and media in formal and non-formal learning, and the use of technology and media in learning with underserved populations. For more information, please go to http://mason.gmu.edu/~kclark6/.