Master of Social Work Info Session
02/17/2022 - 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Interested in a fulfilling career serving your community as a clinical social worker? Attend an upcoming info session to learn how Carroll College’s Master of Social Work program can make that goal a reality.
Sessions hosted by full-time MSW faculty will be held over the next several months so we welcome you to join us to learn more about the program’s cutting-edge curriculum, flexible online format, and innovative internship opportunities. We can also answer questions about the application process.
MSW Informational Sessions
#WETOO Speak Out
02/17/2022 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
We Too Speak Out: Stemming from the “Me Too” Movement, students from Carroll College will be reading personal testimonies from anonymous submitters about their experience of sexual harassment and sexual assault.
The Carroll College Choir will also be performing the song “Quiet” by MILCK. Thursday, February 17th, at 7:00 PM in the Upper Cube.
Upper Campus Center
02/17/2022 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Grounded is a play by George Brant that explores the effects of drone warfare on the pilots who operate them. In collaboration with Merlin CCC, we also be having community discussions on these issues with a particular focus on the philosophical areas touched upon. Carroll students are entitled to discounted tickets.
Tickets for Grounded are $20 for adults and $15 for students and seniors. All performances are at the Helena Avenue Theatre, 1319 Helena Avenue. Buy tickets at https://www.ravensfeather.org/
Theatre: The Hijabis
02/17/2022 - 7:30pm to 9:00pm
Carroll Theatre presents The Hijabis by Rohina Malik.
Runs February 17-27, 2022. Best friends Maya, Nadia and Leen are doing their best to live their mid-20s dreams in the small town of Payneville, Illinois. And while life after college isn’t what any of them expected, they remain united in their struggles by their love for ice cream, their penchant for laughter, and their commitment to wearing their hijabs as a reflection of their faithfulness to God. But when their local mosque is desecrated by other members of the Payneville community, how they choose to respond will change the course of their lives. Associate Professor Kim Shire will direct.