The senior director of film and TV synchronization at Universal Music Group, Emma Rose Isely '12 recently shared her expertise in the music industry with arts management students during a talk on campus.
The fifth annual Peace Initiative, Feb. 6-10, will explore “Peace as a Pathway to Well-being” and offer participants ways to promote peace within the self.
CofC faculty are experts in their fields, as this roundup of their new books attests.
A fisheries biologist and kayak-tour operator based in Kodiak, Alaska, Jennifer Newby Gardner ’13 (M.S.) researches crab populations to inform catch decisions.
From food to music to gardening: here are some alumni getting noticed.
The senior director of AI4Science at Microsoft Research, Bonnie Kruft ’07 hopes to solve some of humanity’s most intractable problems by combining artificial intelligence with the natural sciences.
A former player on the CofC men’s soccer team, John Bello '10 did opposition analysis to support the U.S. Men’s National Team coaches with strategy development for matches at the World Cup.
Teddy Them, assistant professor of geology, is among a group of researchers to discover a correlation between a trace metal and a mass extinction in the word's oceans 183 million years ago.
Christophe Boucher, associate professor of Native American history, highlights the origins of Thanksgiving and why it’s not embraced by many Native Americans.
The author of "How the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning With the History of Slavery" will give a public talk Monday, Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. in the Sottile Theatre.