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12:00am
Last day of 75% tuition refund period
09/08/2022 - 12:00am to 11:45pm

Last day of 75% tuition refund period - undergraduate students

Carroll Campus
Campus Center
1601 N Benton Ave.
Helena, MT 59625
United States
 
4:30pm
Evening Missouri Float

Missouri Rafting

09/08/2022 - 4:30pm to 7:00pm
  • Join CAMP for a leisurely evening float on the Missouri river! CAMP will provide transportation and multiple different watercraft including rafts, kayaks, and stand up paddle boards.
  • Sign Up Here Trip meets at the HAC gear room 4:30pm on Thursday Sept 8th.
Carroll Campus
Hunthausen Activity Center
 
5:00pm
ANZ Week: What is Anthrozoology

ANZ Week 2022

09/08/2022 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm

ANZ Week: What is Anthrozoology - faculty and student information session about what Anthrozoology is, is doing, and how it has uniquely shaped at Carroll College.

5:00pm in PCCC Room 101. Open to the public, students, and faculty. 


Anthrozoology Week:

Anthrozoology is the study of human and animal interactions and relationships. The Carroll College Anthrozoology program is one of the first of its kind and our students enjoy deeply experiential learning with the help of our canine and equine friends. The Carroll College Anthrozoology Department is celebrating our unique field and unique human-animal bond for the week of Sept 5-11th with programming open to the campus and the public. We hope you will join us.

Off Campus
 
6:00pm
ANZ Week: Meet the Animals

ANZ Week 2022 graphic

09/08/2022 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm

ANZ Week: Meet the Animals - Meet the ANZ Program Animals for 2022-2023.  

6:00pm in PCCC Room 100. All students, staff, and faculty are welcome!


Anthrozoology Week:

Anthrozoology is the study of human and animal interactions and relationships. The Carroll College Anthrozoology program is one of the first of its kind and our students enjoy deeply experiential learning with the help of our canine and equine friends. The Carroll College Anthrozoology Department is celebrating our unique field and unique human-animal bond for the week of Sept 5-11th with programming open to the campus and the public. We hope you will join us.

Off Campus
 
7:00pm
Silent Knight: St. Joseph in Catholic Art

Elizabeth Lev graphic

09/08/2022 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

On September 8, 2022, at 7:00 p.m., Dr. Elizabeth Lev, renowned Vatican art historian, will be on campus to discuss how beauty opens the human heart to faith. She'll use the figure of St. Joseph found in art as an example of the way all people can receive inspiration from God and let that inspiration transform their earthly pilgrimage.

Please join us in the All Saints Chapel.


About Dr. Elizabeth Lev

Dr. Elizabeth Lev holds her undergraduate degree in art history from the University of Chicago and her Ph.D. from the University of Bologna and she has been teaching art history at Duquesne University’s Italian campus since 2002. She is a well-known tour guide and serves as a consultant to the Vatican Museums for their art and faith itineraries, projects with the Vatican Patrons of the Arts, and she co-wrote “Vatican Treasures: The Via Pulchritudinis,” a film presented to Pope Benedict XVI in 2012.

Lev’s books include The Tigress of Forlì and How Catholic Art Saved the Faith, and she has written for many news outlets, including The Washington Post and First Things. Her latest book project, St Joseph in Art, was published in 2021 by Sophia Institute Press.

She is a Vatican analyst for NBC, and has appeared on the Today Show, Nightline and 60 Minutes and her TED Talk on the Sistine Chapel has garnered over 1.8 million views.

She lives in Rome with her husband, Thomas Williams, and their son Joshua and she is a certified sommelier.

Carroll Campus
All Saints Chapel
 
 
 
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