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Dr. Kareem Muhammad Named Dean of The College of Arts and Sciences
Hosted by the Carroll University Black Student Union, the annual Soul Food Dinner strives to to build community around the celebration of Black History. Here we share the virtual experience created for the 2021 dinner - which is usually an in-person event - with keynote speaker Dr. Joya Crear, Vice President of Student Affairs at Marquette University.
Carroll University's chaplain and director of spiritual life, The Rev. Elizabeth McCord, organized an interfaith prayer service on Tuesday, Nov. 3, to encourage all members of the Carroll community to pause in prayer and reflection prior to the election.
In celebration of Veterans Day, Carroll will offer special perks for veterans in honor of their service.
Carroll University students turned out to discuss “Making Change Through Civil Politics in Polarizing Times,” during a special event featuring Wisconsin State Assembly members Rep. Scott Allen (R-Waukesha) and Rep. Kalan Haywood (D-Milwaukee).
As we continue to be mindful of the ongoing events in Kenosha and their impact on our students, faculty and staff, the Rev. Elizabeth McCord offers her own reflection.
We write to share our pain and anger for the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Sunday, Aug. 23.
On Aug. 26, 1920, the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution was certified as law— prohibiting the states and the federal government from denying the right to vote to citizens of the United States on the basis of sex. The 19th Amendment was the result of a lengthy suffrage movement in the U.S., spearheaded by women such as Theodora Youmans, an 1885 Carroll graduate.
President Cindy Gnadinger’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion for the campus community has rapidly grown initiatives since she took over leadership of the university in 2017 while also energizing DEI efforts already in place at Carroll.
Horizontes en Carroll, the student literary magazine of the Carroll University Pre-College Program, received the rank of Excellent in the 2019 National Council of Teachers in English (NCTE) Recognizing Excellence in Art and Literary Magazines (REALM) Program.
Carroll University is working diligently to interpret how the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) guidance, which was released this week, will affect our international student community,
While there is much work to be done, the Carroll University community takes time today, Juneteenth, to listen and celebrate the contributions of our Black family, friends, students, brothers and sisters. We stand in solidarity with pride and love.
We are saddened and angered by George Floyd’s senseless and violent death after being detained by Minneapolis police. Mr. Floyd’s murder is another heartbreaking and demoralizing example of how systemic racism and violence shatter lives in our nation. Such racism and violence are unacceptable.
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.