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Homecoming Bookstore Sale

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09/20/2018 (All day) to 09/22/2018 (All day)

Come on into the Saints' Shoppe for our homecoming and parents weekend sale.  All regularly priced clothing and gift items are 20% off*.  Sale prices are good through Saturday, September 22nd.

*Some exclusions apply

Carroll Campus
Carroll Bookstore
Before 1am
Thursday Mass
09/13/2018 - 12:15pm to 12:45pm
Carroll Campus
All Saints Chapel
Pre-pharmacy Meeting

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09/20/2018 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm

With Dr. Kyle Strode, Carroll Pre-pharmacy Advisor and Dr. Amy Diepenbrock, Feik School of Pharmacy

Dr. Strode and Dr. Diepenbrock will discuss pharmacy as a career, how to best prepare yourself for pharmacy school, and how to strategize to have the highest probability of acceptance into pharmacy school in this important meeting.

Dr. Diepenbrock will also be available all-day on Thursday, September 20th and in the morning Friday, September 21st for one-on-one meetings with individual students. To schedule a meeting with Dr. Diepenbrock, please contact Dr. Strode at kstrode@carroll.edu.

Dr. Diepenbrock is the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at the Feik School of Pharmacy at the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas.

Find out more about the Carroll pre-pharmacy program.

Carroll Campus
Simperman 114
Thursday Bible Study

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09/06/2018 - 3:30pm to 4:15pm

Join Campus Ministry in their cozy meeting area (lower level All Saints Chapel) and take 45 minutes of your week to study the Bible. All welcome - bring your questions and your friends!

Carroll Campus
All Saints Chapel
All Saints Chapel, Room 010
Merlin Philosophy Symposium: Public vs. Private Land

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09/20/2018 - 6:30pm to 10:00pm

Merlin Philosophy Symposium: The Environment, Ethics & Stewardship (Part 1)
This interactive Q & A-style symposium is PART 1 (of a 3-part series) on the environment, ethics & conservation stewardship and features a distinguished panel of invited guest speakers from a variety of disciplines.  Sponsored by Humanities Montana and PLATO, and numerous community sponsors and collaborators including Carroll College, AERO, Prickly Pear Land Trust, HCTV, BWP Great Northern Hotel, Y2Y, MWF, OPI, Western Environmental Law Center, MWA, Native Nexus Consulting, and Heart of the Rockies Initiative, this evening symposium will be held in the Lower Campus Center (CUBE) at Carroll College and facilitated by Elvira Roncalli, PhD, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Carroll College.

Philosophical and other perspectives relative to public lands vs. private lands and individual rights, collective rights, indigenous/native american rights, and other rights will be explored. Speakers will briefly address the theme and then open the symposium up to general, free-flowing audience-panelist Q & A discussion. 

  • Shane M. Doyle, EdD — Independent Educational & Cultural Consultant, Native Nexus Consulting
  • Shiloh Hernandez, JD — Attorney, Western Environmental Law Center
  • Harvey Locke, JD — Co-Founder & Senior Advisor, Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative & Nature Needs Half
  • Bill Parsons, PhD — Associate Professor of Political Science, Carroll College
  • Mark Smillie, PhD — Professor of Philosophy & Department Chair, Carroll College
  • Bill Milton - Rancher, Conservationist & Facilitator, Milton Ranch LLC  

No background or training in philosophy is necessary to participate.  FREE to the public! Students at the high school and college level, the Helena community, and surrounding communities are invited! For more information, visit the Merlin website or contact Marisa at #406-502-2122 or marisa@merlinccc.org.

For those on Facebook, please invite others our Facebook event and update your status to ‘Going’.

About the Symposium

The Merlin 2018-2019 Philosophy Symposium Series will be looking at numerous philosophical issues and perspectives related to ethics, the environment, and conservation stewardship, ranging from: public vs. private land (including individual, collective rights, other) landowner-wildlife and habitat relationships (including agricultural and ranching relationships), and current and future environmental/conservation challenges

Each symposium in this series will feature 5-6 guest panelists (from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds) and a facilitator.  Panelists will speak for approx. 10 minutes each and then the forum will be opened up to free-flowing audience-panelist Q & A.  

This symposium series is free to the public and will be held at Carroll College in the Lower Campus Center or Simperman Hall on:

  • Thursday, September 20th 2018 (6:30pm - 10pm)
  • Thursday, December 6th 2018 (6:30pm - 10pm)
  • Thursday, March 14th 2019 (6:30pm - 10pm)

Students at the high school & college level and Helena community members are invited! More information — including panelist details, specific topic of discussion, and more can be found at our website.

Sponsored by the Carroll College Philosophy Department.

Carroll Campus
Campus Center
Lower Campus Center
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