Carthage College computer science professor earns Academy Award for contributions through special effects
By: Shirley Descorbeth
Posted: Feb 24, 2019 9:00 AM CDT
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(KENOSHA) - Two weeks after music's biggest night, Hollywood rolls out the red carpet for the best in film tonight. One Academy Award winner you won't see on stage, fittingly perhaps because his work is recognized for what you don't see is a local college professor.
On CBS 58 Sunday Morning, Shirley Descorbeth takes us to Carthage College to highlight the work of computer whiz professor Perry Kivolowitz whose behind the scenes science and technology talents have proven so valuable to the movie-making process.