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 thrilled to announce the creation of a new Master of Science in Pathologists’ Assistant Studies program, designed to give students the skills, knowledge and real-world experience to get them into this fast-growing field in a two-year, 100-credit process.
A health sciences sensory simulation experience builds empathy for people with dementia
Carroll Nursing Program Ranked #1 in Wisconsin by Nursing Process
Carroll launched its first-ever associate degree program in partnership with the United Community Center in Milwaukee this fall, helping students interested in nursing to find a quicker path into the field while also tackling a shortage of nurses in the community.
Carroll University and Waukesha Free Clinic supporters celebrated their partnership and the dedication of the Carroll University Health Services building on July 31.
Carroll University and Waukesha County have announced a partnership that will enhance efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19 through a new contact investigator training badge program. The program, administered by Carroll University, will significantly increase the number of active contact investigators in Waukesha County and allow county staff who have been aiding in contact tracing return to normal duties.
Dr. Susan Hanson, distinguished lecturer in health and medicine, has been named the recipient of this year's Norman and Louise Allhiser Award for Teaching Excellence.
Carroll University’s health science programs are donating personal protection equipment (PPEs) to ProHealth Care.
Carroll's health science students learn that collaboration is the key to delivering wellness
Carroll University and St. Joseph’s Medical Clinic will partner to provide services to uninsured and underserved patients in Waukesha.
Dr. Susan Hanson, distinguished lecturer in health and medicine, is the 2019 recipient of the Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award. This is the first year the award has been presented.
Day one in Carroll's new cadaver lab in the Michael and Mary Jaharis Science Laboratories building.