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Carroll University Announces Kevin Trainor as New Dean for School of Business

8/23/2022
Carroll University is proud to announce Dr. Kevin Trainor as the new dean for the School of Business. He is expected to work on the University’s Strategic Plan, AACSB accreditation implementation, new curriculum development and partnerships with our local community to meet their business needs.

TEDxCarrollUniversity to Launch Inaugural Event in October

6/2/2022
Carroll University is excited to announce our TEDxCarrollUniversity inaugural event will be held October 22. Join us as we explore a diverse range of topics all related to the strength found in our communities that revolve around people, ideas, initiatives, art and much more. The in-person event will feature 10 live TEDx talks, all centering on this year’s theme: Strength in Community.

TO SERVE AND PROTECT

5/19/2022
A new course offered by Carroll's Office of Compass Credentials explores a creative, community-centered approach to public safety.

Regional Clinic Puts Carroll’s Sports Performance Institute on the Map

5/12/2022
To help bridge the gap between science and education, Carroll University’s Sport Performance Institute hosted the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Great Lakes Regional Clinic in April. The NSCA is a nonprofit dedicated to advancing the strength and conditioning and related sport science professions around the world.

CARROLL UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES DAWN SCOTT AS NEW VICE PRESIDENT OF ENROLLMENT

5/12/2022
Carroll University is proud to announce Dawn Scott as its new Vice President of Enrollment. Scott brings an extensive background in financial aid, regulatory audits and interpreting numerical data. She also has decades of experience working with students and families in the university setting.

Gert Ullsperger

Carroll mourns loss of university grandma, Gert Ullsperger

2/6/2022
In her job at Carroll University, Gert Ullsperger worked as a cashier but her true calling came in more than five decades of service to a community where learning is key and she became a master teacher of how to live a life of love and laughter. Gert passed away on January 26, just four days shy of her 96th birthday, leaving behind a legacy of memories for the thousands of lives she touched.

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