USC Names Electronic Arts Founder To Faculty Chair

The University of Southern California has named Bing Gordon, Chief Creative Officer, Executive Vice President, and Founder of Electronic Arts to the Electronic Arts Endowed Faculty Chair at the USC School of Cinema-Television. The head of the videogame giant will be appointed chair for the rotating position, which is designated for an industry entertainment leader. He will be added to the School's faculty as a visiting professor. Bing is a graduate of Yale and holds and MBA from Stanford, where he launched and co-taught a Videogame Prototype Design class.