Articles

Filter articles by month and article category, or visit these article pages.

Horizontes en Carroll logo

Horizontes en Carroll Publication Recognized

7/29/2020
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.

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.

covid-19 map

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.

group of MBA students

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.

Computer monitor showing video chat

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.

Kendra Zimdars

Planning a Virtual Commencement

5/4/2020
When Carroll moved the rest of the spring semester online and announced a virtual commencement due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kendra Zimdars' job changed.

working from home

Remote Office Hours

4/30/2020
When COVID-19 forced most of the Carroll community off campus this spring, it left a lot of us scrambling to cobble together work spaces in our own homes. Below, a look at some of Carroll’s improvised offices, via social media posts.

Panoramic View of campus