|Over the first weekend of October, Director of the Artaza Center Cheri Long took a group of international exchange students to Yellowstone National Park. The students, who are at Carroll for either a semester or a year, were from Zimbabwe, Cambodia and Japan. Read more about their trip here.|
|First-year student Bonnie Ubban from Gig Harbor, Wash., placed third in the United States Equestrian Federation/American Vaulting Association Vaulting National Championships held in late-August in South Jordan, Utah. She drove straight from Nationals to Carroll, arriving at 2 a.m. on the first day of classes! According to Wikipedia, equestrian vaulting is most often described as gymnastics and dance on horseback. Vaulting has a history as an equestrian act at circuses, but its origins stretch back at least 2,000 years. Congratulations Bonnie! Read the announcement here.|
|The first issue of the semester of The Prospector, Carroll's student-run newspaper, has hit the stands! Check out the digital version here. |
|Kimberly John DeLong – Carroll employee from 1989-2005 – Associate Professor & Chair of the Fine Arts Department – read more about his life here.|
|James E. Lester – Carroll employee from 1974-1995 – Vice President of Finance, Administration & Facilities – read more about his life here. |
Ned “Nardo” Cabrera, Carroll College alum, class of 1986, and former athletic trainer for the Fighting Saints, was diagnosed in August 2016 with frontal temporal dementia at the age of 53. Montanasports.com recently did a segment with Nardo and his wife, Lynn Mullowney Cabrera, where they share their journey following his diagnosis. View it here: Former Carroll College athletic trainer making new memories as dementia takes hold
Shannon Davis ‘09 was recently awarded the ASCE San Diego/Imperial Counties Outstanding Younger Engineer Award for 2017. Davis earned her B.A. in civil engineering from Carroll College and her M.S. in civil engineering from Washington State University. She is currently a project engineer at Latitude 33 Planning & Engineering (Land Development) in San Diego, Calif. Read more.
Mary Elizabeth Bell ‘16, engineering designer/construction technician, Robert Peccia & Associates’ Airport Group, Helena, MT - read announcement here.
|Richard “Dick” Edwin Alberts - read more about his life here.|
|Patricia “Patsy” (Ward) Lathrope ‘48 - read more about her life here.|
|Have you ever thought about working at Carroll? You should, we are pretty nice folks at a pretty great place. Check out our current openings: |
Faculty:Assistant Professor of Biomechanics
Fall Break, Oct. 14-17
Carroll College students will be on fall break from Saturday, October 14 through Tuesday, October 17. Classes will resume Wednesday, October 18. Administrative offices will be closed Monday, October 16.
The Scriptures With Saint Augustine Lecture, Oct. 19, 7 p.m., Trinity Lounge, Carroll College
100 Years Since the Russian Revolution, Oct. 26, 7 p.m., Lower Campus Center, Carroll College
Q Union 2017 – Healing Our Divided Nation, Oct. 26, 7 p.m., FLEX Theatre at Carroll College, Campus Center
Can Catholics be Good Citizens? Understanding Church-State Relations in the American Context, Nov. 2, 7 p.m., Trinity Lounge, Carroll College
Faith & Upheaval – The Year 1517, Nov. 7, 7 p.m., Trinity Lounge, Carroll College
Carroll College 2017 Literary Festival, Nov. 8 & 9, Carroll College