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The group will arrive in Salzburg on Jan. 11, 2018, where they will perform in the Salzburg Cathedral and Mozarthaus (birthplace of Mozart’s mother) the following day. On January 13, they will move on to Vienna for a recital in St. Michael’s Church (featured in The Sound of Music) and performances in Minoritenkirche, Peterskirche and St. Stephan’s Cathedral.
The composer’s Picture Studies has been nominated for Best Contemporary Classical Composition, and the album of his music released in January of this year (American Symphony; Finding Rothko; Picture Studies) was nominated for Best Engineered Album, Classical.
"Our formal proposal for Black Studies is now moving through the required multi-step review process," says Erica Ball, professor of American Studies and co-author of the proposal. "We have taken great care to ensure that our proposed curriculum not only builds upon the most current intellectual trends in the field, but also reflects the larger mission and values of Occidental."
As a GRAMMY Museum affiliate, Occidental will have access to museum content for educational purposes, curriculum resources, research programs, internship opportunities, professional development seminars, collaborative marketing and promotions, project-based learning and more.
In other words, you won’t lose much by maintaining your privacy online. And tech companies won’t learn enough about you to tailor your search results in a way that will benefit them, either.
The Weekly was presented with the ACP’s 2017 Online Pacemaker award, the only small liberal arts college among 14 winners that include online student newspapers at UCLA, the University of Michigan, the University of Minnesota, Syracuse and Penn State.
To be managed by Occidental computer science professor Kathryn Leonard, the funding extends and expands the work of the Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics (CURM), which previously was managed by Brigham Young University.
The "Kentifrican" proverb "Looking Where It Ain’t" serves as the basis for this performative lecture. Passed down to the artist by her great-great-uncle, the saying suggests that "things we are looking for can be found in the last place that we would expect them to be."
Carey and the other six Douglass Fellows – each currently a student at a top U.S. law school -- were selected through a competitive process based on demonstrated academic ability, leadership potential, and commitment to human rights. Fellows will serve at the Mclean, Virginia-based institute from September through April.