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Alumnus Dr. Howard Fuller '62

A Q&A With Dr. Howard Fuller '62

7/6/2020
Dr. Howard Fuller’s ’62 many contributions to civil rights and advocacy during his lifetime might be traced to the day he decided while studying social work at Western Reserve University in Ohio to not just read about change but to be about change. He reflects on his lifetime of advocacy while offering insights into the civil rights protests of 2020.

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In Isolation, a Lesson in Interdependence

6/29/2020
The “new normal” has become a frequently used phrase. I hear colleagues, friends and journalists say it. I even hear myself say it from time to time. Yet every time I do, I feel myself resist a bit. I’m not ready for this to be the new normal, nor am I able to envision what “normal” will look like on the other side of COVID-19. These days, normal seems more like a far off dream, a fantasy, an alternate universe where we would like to dwell, but no longer do.

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New Online MBA Program Offered

6/23/2020
Students now can experience that same quality MBA education, completely online, with the same superior faculty and small classes that are a hallmark of the Carroll experience. With classes starting every eight weeks, the online program offers maximum flexibility, letting students begin their studies and continue their education at their own pace.

Carroll University School of Business Logo

Interview with School of Business Dean Hamid Akbari

6/22/2020
Dr. Hamid Akbari joined Carroll as the dean of the School of Business in January 2020. We asked him to discuss his first impressions of Carroll, and his plans for the new school under his leadership.

pieces of pottery

Shaping Success

6/11/2020
Ceramics instructor Michael Imes had a big challenge transitioning to remote delivery of his classes.

Tokyo

Alumna Helps Bring Japan to Students

6/10/2020
Prof. Dan Becker's cross-cultural experience trip was grounded by the COVID-19 pandemic, but he still wanted to a meaningful cultural education to his students, from his own home to theirs. Alumna Marissa Garetto '17 stepped up to help.

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A Digital Dance

5/7/2020
When classes moved online, theatre arts professor James Zager faced a new challenge, how to teach his theatre dance class virtually.

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Waging war on killer bacteria in a Carroll biology lab

1/22/2020
We’re running out of options in the fight against problem bacteria. Antibiotic overuse and misuse has triggered an explosion in antibiotic resistant bacteria. The search for the next weapon is taking place in laboratories across the world—and here at Carroll University.

Effigy Mound in front of Voorhees Hall

Mystery of the Mounds

1/21/2020
The area surrounding Carroll once housed over a dozen independent effigy mounds. Two mounds can still be found on campus, on opposite corners of Main Lawn.

Illustrated people

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion support expands presence

1/17/2020
A new department at Carroll will coordinate the university’s efforts to create a welcoming and inclusive campus and foster meaningful interactions between people of diverse cultures, social identities, perspective and experiences.

Anthony Sikorski

Youth is Served

1/15/2020
While Anthony Sikorski faces the same challenges any adolescent does, he is not your typical teenager.

Ganfield Gymnasium

Fostering a Legacy

1/13/2020
When Brooke Foster entered Carroll in the fall of 2019, she followed in the footsteps of eight family members, running all the way back to her grandfather, Charles Foster ’53.

Marissa Garretto

A Life Changing Experience

1/7/2020
Marissa Garetto '17 journeyed to Japan for a cross-cultural experience. Now a graduate, she has moved back to Japan to continue exploring the culture.

Classroom setting with Carroll University logo

Masters of Motivation

10/3/2019
Four students reveal how they cope with the demands of graduate school.

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Operation Chemo Comfort

10/2/2019
Alumna Kelsey Lexow ’04 strives to make a difference in cancer patients’ lives.

George Tzougros headshot

Arts Leader Honored

10/2/2019
Alumni and local arts leader Geroge Tzougros '83 was recently awarded a Michael Newton Award from Americans for the Arts.

lenny ramsey riding a bike during Ironman triathlon

Professor Places Third in "Hardest" Ironman

9/25/2019
On May 25, Dr. Lenny Ramsey, an assistant professor of physical therapy, finished third in what’s been called the toughest Ironman race in the world: the Lanzarote in Spain.

June 27 storm damage

For Christ and Learning

9/17/2019
The Rev. Elizabeth McCord pauses to reflect on the lessons we can learn from a tempest's wrath after severe weather struck campus on June 27, 2019

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Community Care

5/30/2019
Carroll's health science students learn that collaboration is the key to delivering wellness

students working behind the scenes of a production of "Tartuffe"

Tackling "Tartuffe"

5/28/2019
Photographer Kyle Zehr wanders behind the curtain of the Carroll Players' spring comedy

Tony Aker at his desk

Office Hours: Tony Aker

5/26/2019
We visit the office of Tony Aker, offensive coordinator of Carroll's football team.

empty swing

End of Play

2/18/2019
Researchers say many children today suffer from a play deficit. We take a look at why that matters.

Todd Wehr Memorial Library exterior at night

Carroll University at Night

2/16/2019
A modern university runs 24/7. Photographer Kyle Zehr captured the late nights and early mornings of those who make it work.

Ray Pierce playing in a basketball game against Marquette University

Driven to Succeed

2/13/2019
Men's Basketball team member Ray Pierce embodies the Pioneer athletic tradition

Sue Lewis in her office

Office Hours: Sue Lewis

2/11/2019
We visit the office of Sue Lewis, professor of biology and marine biology at Carroll.

Kate Gentry

Two Students Donate Bone Marrow

10/25/2018
A pair of Pioneers donated bone marrow after learning about the process during a registration drive sponsored by student organization Love Your Melon

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Summer at Carroll

10/24/2018
It’s summer. Commencement is past. The folding chairs have been removed from Main Lawn. The residence halls have been aired out. And the campus falls quiet...

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Faces of Carroll

10/21/2018
The images and stories that came out of “(in)sight: a portrait project” create a vivid portrait of the Carroll community

Illustration of a brain overlaid on a photo of a patient talking to a psychologist

Career connection

10/20/2018
Psychology alumnus builds a bridge to workplace for Carroll students

Beautiful clouds

For Christ and Learning

10/19/2018
The Rev. Elizabeth McCord writes about making space for our spiritual wellness.

beach scene

For Christ and Learning

5/30/2018
The Rev. Elizabeth McCord writes about an Alternative Spring Break trip – one of many ways Carroll students serve the community.

Mystery Worm Book Open

Mystery Worm Book

5/26/2018
It's a religious book of sorts, but this ancient book from the library archives is a mystery itself.

Carroll student with students at the Hawthorne Lab School

Hawthorne Lab School

5/25/2018
Carroll's education department begins a lab school partnership with Waukesha public schools.

Microscope

Carroll CSI

5/22/2018
Carroll University's forensics program proves worth investigating.

Mississippi River

2,320 Miles of Service

5/21/2018
This Carroll alumna and her husband paddled the mighty Mississippi with a purpose–to help others.

Tiger at the Milwaukee County Zoo

Zoological Research

1/26/2018
Carroll students go to the source to study animal behavior for research projects at Milwaukee County Zoo.

Photo illustration of Reacting to the Past

Reacting to the Past

1/25/2018
Innovative teaching methodology has student role-playing historic events.

research at Prairie Springs

Research at Prairie Springs

9/22/2017
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.

cadaver body bag

Carroll's new cadaver lab

9/22/2017
Day one in Carroll's new cadaver lab in the Michael and Mary Jaharis Science Laboratories building.

Dan Pokwinsky

One last pint with Pokey

9/21/2017
Long-time Club 400 owner and Carroll alumnus, Dan "Pokey" Pokwinski '79, puts landmark business up for sale.

lab rats

Rodent tales

6/1/2017
In Carroll's animal behavior lab, the lucky rats are just tickled.

Therapeutic abilities clinic

Therapeutic Abilities Clinic

2/1/2017
Out in the community, Carroll health science students learn the role of the human touch in health care.

Alumni polka band

Pioneer polka band

9/2/2016
These Carroll alumni are marching to their own (polka) beat.

Jack Miller's Cabin

Alaskan pioneer

6/1/2016
Alumnus Jack Miller lives a true pioneer life in Alaska.

Panoramic View of campus