Read about the most recent happenings in Carroll's academic programs. From student and faculty accomplishments to program announcements and features—you'll find the latest here.
Carroll University is excited to announce the creation of a new Master of Education in Organizational Development and Learning program, designed to empower students to be changemakers in business, in organizations, and in communities.
Carroll's efforts to embrace neurodiversity and provide equity for neurodivergent students is wide ranging and driven by multiple players across campus.
Carroll University’s Department of Education and Human Services will offer a new Community Counseling Center during the summer of 2023 as a free resource to the public.
The Dr. Seuss title “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” comes to mind for alumna Kathy Wolfgram ’76 when she reflects on her time at Carroll and the start of a career in chemistry that she said might have been intimidating if she knew what was to come.
Senior Director of Alumni Engagement Dolores Ocampo Brown shares her thoughts on the start of a new academic year here at Carroll.
Dr. Rachel Stickles ’95 shows her true Pioneer spirit in taking the stage as Carroll's first-ever keynote speaker for a graduate-level Commencement, where she'll share a message of lifelong learning.
Alumnus Declan Boran-Ragotzy ‘14 has been inspired by the arts and its ability to take people on a new journey. Now he is using the arts as a means for his own journey to create a more inclusive and integrated experience for those with disabilities.
This CU in the Workplace @Home Series video features Head Women’s Softball Coach for Carroll University, Amy Gradecki M.Ed. '23.
It took only three months from the time Kelly Monroe M.Ed. '19 graduated with her Master of Education in Adult, Community and Professional Education degree from Carroll to put her final capstone project into action. Her aim: to bolster student success at Milwaukee Area Technical College, where she teaches in the funeral service program.
A new school, a rebuilt home and a new dean: for the education program and Carroll’s strategic plan, it was a perfect storm
Dr. Kathy Kramer has been named the founding dean of the School of Education and Human Services at Carroll University. Dr Kramer, who has three decades of teaching experience, previously served as interim dean of the school from July to December 2020.
Carroll University and the School District of Waukesha kicked off a new partnership during Computer Science Education Week (Dec. 7-13) to rev up student interest in computer coding at the grade-school level.
Carroll University officials and supporters gathered Sept. 16 to officially reopen the newly renovated Education Hall, which is now home to the university’s new School of Education and Human Services.
Carroll University has announced the launch of a new School of Education and Human Services, effective July 1, 2020. Dr. Kathy Kramer has been named interim dean.
After a youth choir performance in Shattuck as an eighth grader, Sarah Jensen ’14, M.Ed. ’18, knew she was destined to attend Carroll University to pursue her life-long plan of becoming an educator. Sarah earned both a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education from Carroll.