F1RST Magazine

F1RST is the official publication of Carroll University.  The magazine puts a fresh spin on stories about campus life, updates on alumni and in-depth features connecting the accomplishments of Carroll alumni, faculty and staff to today's headlines. Comments and ideas about the publication can be made to editor@carrollu.edu.

F1RST Magazine was recognize with a 2019 MarCom Platinum Award for excellence in print media.
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Current Issue | Fall 2022

Dig in for a Q&A with Carroll President Cindy Gnadinger, who reflects on her first five years in the role and looks forward to what's next for Wisconsin's premier university. Discover how Carroll's faculty are researching best ways to incorporate technology into curricula, an exploration that will benefit teaching at Carroll and better prepare future educators. We'll also take you behind the scenes of an innovative dementia simulation experience that's helping our health science students develop greater understanding and empathy for their patients. And you'll meet Mohammed I.T. Bey, Carroll's new Vice President of Institutional Inclusion, who shares how he plans to foster inclusion and understanding across campus.
 

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President Reflects on Five-Year Anniversary

10/18/2022

Five years into her tenure as Carroll's first woman president, Dr. Cindy Gnadinger sits down for a Q&A.

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The Covenants We Carry

10/1/2022

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.

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