drury_university_logoDrury’s chapter of SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) created a new financial board game this year: Choice and Chance Finance.  Up to six players choose the optimal path between directly going to work or to college (and I thought The Game of Life taught us that one 150 years ago). Teachers can get a five-pack of these games for $150.

This isn’t Drury SIFE’s first game. They also created a game B-cubed, aimed at educating college students about their credit choices. It’s undergoing play-testing in the field.

And alumni Kevin Richardson’s M.A. portfolio includes the board game OCCABOT, aimed at educating about the dangers of tobacco usage. You can pick up a copy for a pricey $175.