Two recent graduates trade their gowns for lab coats and head back to Prairie Springs Environmental Education Center and Greene Field Station to continue their research.
Day one in Carroll's new cadaver lab in the Michael and Mary Jaharis Science Laboratories building.
Kia the service dog is a familiar face on campus, but it's all business when she's on the job.
Carroll history students participate in a Library of Congress project to gather first-person war stories.
New programs offered by the education department reflect the variety of roles teaching takes in society.
Long-time Club 400 owner and Carroll alumnus, Dan "Pokey" Pokwinski '79, puts landmark business up for sale.
In Carroll's animal behavior lab, the lucky rats are just tickled.
Carroll faculty share a taste for home brews.
Students at Carroll launch and shepherd a new online literary journal.
The first students in Carroll's new music therapy program tune up.
Health science students find patient care is right up their alley.
Out in the community, Carroll health science students learn the role of the human touch in health care.
These Carroll alumni are marching to their own (polka) beat.
Program connects Carroll music students with conservatories across Europe.
Students find their beliefs challenged on a cross-cultural experience to the United States-Mexico border.
Alumnus Jack Miller lives a true pioneer life in Alaska.
Luciano Grenni '04 came from Salta, Argentina, with the help of generous community donors and the Carroll Fund.
Carroll athletes, coaches and training staff contribute to concussion research as they place emphasis on player safety.