TV director Michael Lange, BA ’71, (second from right), has found big success on the small screen. The theatre major has helmed hit series, guided top performers and mentored fellow alumni while making his mark behind the camera.
As a student, Karly Cohen, BS ’17, MS ’18, (left with Biology's L. Patricia Hernandez) researched the anatomy of the silver carp. Her findings are winning academic honors and changing what we know about the species' evolution.
Artist Robin Bell, known for his protest projections on the walls of the Trump Hotel, brings his latest art installation “OPEN” to the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design as a prelude to an upcoming retrospective on a censored Robert Mapplethorpe exhibition.
New deep space observations by Professor of Astrophysics Chryssa Kouveliotou and a team of scientists provided insights into supernovae and their relations to Gamma-ray bursts, the most powerful explosions in the cosmos.
KWT Global executive leaders Aaron Kwittken, BA ’92, and Shanee Goss, BA ’00, shared tips on the communications business in Clay Warren’s Persuasion class—an annual tradition that has helped students find jobs.
In a study on how systems with moving parts reach their goals, Physics' Neil Johnson found that systems are more efficient when their components are not overly capable. His research impacts practices like structuring companies and building autonomous vehicles.