Office: Minard 318E14
My name is Matthew Warner. I started the Master’s Program at NDSU in 2005. After a five-year break, I finished my course of studies and a master's paper ("Never Just a Game: How the Interplay of Video Games and the 'Real World' Complicates Boundaries in Salman Rushdie's Luka and the Fire of Life"). During the break, I worked as a computer programmer in China (Hangzhou, Zhejiang). Currently, I am enrolled in the doctoral program.
Some of my areas of interest are gaming theory, data-mining, project management methods, writing center theory, contrastive rhetoric, programming languages, and the novelists Wang Shuo and Salman Rushdie.