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You might not be able to call Carroll University a farm club for Major League Baseball teams yet. Still, with seven students and graduates joining MLB organizations over the past few years, Carroll Pioneers are making their mark on the diamond. Most notably, four athletic trainers play critical roles in keeping players healthy and productive.
A breakup with her boyfriend of four years rocked Phoebe Lansbury. An undiagnosed panic disorder and general anxiety about her own wellness paralyzed Anna Trenton. And Isabella LaFollette spiraled into a very dark situational depressive episode after an abrupt end to a relationship.
Concerns about their mental health and emotional well-being led each to seek out help. As the fall semester unfolded last year, each began online sessions, meeting with graduate students in Carroll’s Behavioral Health Psychology (BHP) program. Nothing remarkable there, except that Phoebe, Anna and Isabella weren’t real people.
Carroll's efforts to embrace neurodiversity and provide equity for neurodivergent students is wide ranging and driven by multiple players across campus.
Always seeking to expand the vibrancy of life at Carroll, our university’s calling to celebrate neurodiversity invites each of us to plumb the depths of our own ways of being, reimagining the frameworks we have constructed for our identities.
Carroll faculty and students resume globe-trotting Cross Cultural Experiences as the post-pandemic world reopens.
A black walnut tree that has shaded students since Carroll's inception had to come down after it was badly damaged by a storm, but its legacy – and wood live on.
Five years into her tenure as Carroll's first woman president, Dr. Cindy Gnadinger sits down for a Q&A.
Our human covenants are dependent on God’s
covenant with us. God has promised to be with us come what may – in wealth or
want, joy or sorrow, sickness or health – for all our days.
A health sciences sensory simulation experience builds empathy for people with dementia
A new course offered by Carroll's Office of Compass Credentials explores a creative, community-centered approach to public safety.
An essay by the Rev. Elizabeth McCord reflecting on the life and legacy of Gert Ullsperger.
Since 2015, the We Energies Foundation has committed $200,000 to help Carroll University build a pipeline of future engineers from diverse backgrounds. In April, the foundation contributed an additional $100,000 to fund pre-engineering scholarships for the fall, 2021, semester. The scholarships support underrepresented students who would not otherwise be able to afford the opportunity.
As Carroll celebrates 175 years of rich liberal arts tradition, the new Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Kareem Muhammad, hopes to build on that legacy.
The National Health Careers Opportunity Program Academy recruits students form underserved populations and prepares them for careers in healthcare. Ciara Neeb '21, a physician assistant studies graduate, is determined to help give back to underserved communities.
A Pioneer Scholars project illustrates the interdisciplinary potential of Carroll's new Unmanned Aircraft Systems minor