Brandon Brooks '15 traces success with his music app JYVE back to his time studying entrepreneurship at the College.
Three teams of students will get to push their visions for purpose-driven technology forward as the winners of the ICAT Demo Day pitch competition.
Students in the College's ICAT Program will compete for $10,000 on Monday, Dec. 4, 2017, during the ICAT Demo Day pitch event.
Two former and one current College of Charleston student will travel to New York City to participate in United Nations Week.
Senior Michael Gude and Hassam Solano-Morel '17 aim to help college students find internship opportunities outside the classroom with a new app.
A senior who developed a product that helps soccer players hone their skills has been named the College of Charleston's student entrepreneur of the year.
Student apps Cnect(ed) and WisdomMothers both received top prizes at the College of Charleston's annual ICAT pitch event.
At age 9, Carlie Christenson invented Boob-eez — a product that launched her into a successful business career and led her to the College of Charleston.
Students in the College's ICAT Academy traveled to San Francisco to meet with founders and employees at companies such as Google and Facebook.
A team of three students representing three different academic majors won the grand prize for a product they devised as part of the College's ICAT program.