Carroll College's Honors Convocation celebrates the induction of students into academic honor societies and recognizes additional academic accomplishments of Carroll students.
The Talking Saints shared the Northwest Conference Championship, the 33rd consecutive year the team has won or shared the regional title.
Monsignor R. Vincent Kavanagh Memorial Debate Award
Thomas A. Clinch Memorial Forensics Award
Dean McSloy Symbols Cup
Michael Ingram Short Prep Award Honoring Excellence in Extemporaneous and Impromptu Speaking
Oscar A. Provost Memorial Oratory Award
Harry A. Smith Award for Excellence in Interpretation
SIGMA THETA TAU
International Honor Society in Nursing
The Zeta Upsilon At-Large Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau (Sigma) was formed through the joint efforts of the nursing faculty at Carroll College and Montana State University School of Nursing to encourage and recognize superior scholarship and/or leadership achievement in nursing at either the undergraduate or graduate level in the State of Montana. Sigma is an international community of nurses, dedicated to the advancement of knowledge, teaching, learning, and service through the cultivation of communities of practice, education, and research.
M. Grace McGreevey
ALPHA KAPPA DELTA
International Sociology Honor Society
Alpha Kappa Delta is the International Sociology Honor Society. Founded in 1920, the purpose of the society is to acknowledge and promote excellence in scholarship in sociology, the research of social problems, and other social and intellectual activities that lead to improvement in the human condition. The Delta Chapter of Carroll College joins over 660 chapters dedicated to the ideal of “investigating humanity for the purpose of service.”
PHI ALPHA THETA
National History Honor Society
The Omega-Eta chapter of Phi Alpha Theta is located at Carroll College. Phi Alpha Theta, established in 1921, is the international honor society in history. With chapters located at colleges and universities in the 50 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Canada, and the Philippines, Phi Alpha Theta is one of the highest rated departmental honor societies in existence. Members of the society may participate in a wide range of historical activities, including the annual Regional Phi Alpha Theta History Conference.
ERIK PRATT AWARD
Best Political Science/International Relations Senior Seminar Paper
LAMBDA PI ETA
National Communication Honor Society
Carroll College holds the Alpha Alpha Eta chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the national communication honor society. Membership is granted based on academic excellence. The goals of Lambda Pi Eta are to (a) recognize, foster and reward outstanding achievement; (b) stimulate interest in the field of communication; (c) promote and encourage professional development; (d) provide an opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas about the field; (e) establish and maintain close relationships and understanding between faculty and students; and (f) explore options for further graduate studies.
ROBERT HOPPER MEMORIAL COMMUNICATION ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
This award recognizes superior performance in the Department of Communication Studies and Public Relations' Senior Oral Comprehensive Exam. The award is named in honor of the late Robert Hopper, Charles Sapp Centennial Professor, University of Texas at Austin, a distinguished scholar, author and teacher, in the field of communication studies.
CLASS OF 2023 HONORS SCHOLARS
The Carroll College Honors Scholars Program fosters excellence in academic scholarship, personal character, and social commitment. The Honors Scholars Program is proud to recognize its graduating class of 2023.
Javier Rodriguez Fernandez
SIGMA TAU DELTA
English International Honor Society
The Alpha Zeta Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honor society, is proud to recognize its new members. Sigma Tau Delta affords exceptional students in the field of English opportunities for furthering culture, for formulating ethical principles, for developing skills in creative and critical writing, and for fostering a spirit of fellowship.
International Honor Society in Psychology
The Carroll College Psychology Department holds the charter for the Carroll Chapter of Psi Chi, the international honors society in psychology. Psi Chi aims to foster cooperation in the investigation and cultivation of the mind. According to the Psi Chi bylaws, the purpose of Psi Chi is to encourage, stimulate and maintain excellence in scholarship and to advance the science of psychology. Nominations to Psi Chi are based on demonstrated academic excellence as well as involvement in and service to the department and the broader Carroll community.
PHI SIGMA IOTA
International Foreign Language Honor Society
In 1996, Carroll College's Department of Languages and Literature was granted the Gamma Rho chapter from the Phi Sigma Iota International Honor Society, the first to be chartered in Montana. Phi Sigma Iota is the highest academic honor in the field of foreign languages. The Honor Society recognizes outstanding accomplishment in the study or teaching of any of the academic fields related to foreign language, literature, or culture. This international society has as its ideals and purpose the recognition of outstanding ability and attainments in the study and teaching of foreign languages, the stimulation of advanced pursuits and individual research in this discipline, and the promotion of cultural enrichment and a sentiment of international amity derived from the knowledge and use of foreign language.
SIGMA BETA DELTA
International Honor Society for Business, Management and Administration
Sigma Beta Delta is an international honor society for students majoring in business, management and administration. Sigma Beta Delta’s lifetime membership is a prestigious honor recognizing high academic achievement, promoting honorable service to mankind, and encouraging lifelong personal and professional improvement. The Greek letters Sigma Beta Delta reflect the society’s principles of wisdom, honor and pursuit of meaningful aspirations.
MATHEMATICS, ENGINEERING, & COMPUTER SCIENCE OUTSTANDING GRADUATE AWARDS
These awards recognize graduating seniors who have made significant academic achievements during their years at Carroll. A selection committee of department faculty considers students’ academic performance, development of strong personal character, and contributions to and support of fellow students and Carroll College.
Tom Stewart Award—Computer Science
Alfred J. Murray Award—Mathematics
Eric R. Sullivan Award
For demonstrated excellence and scholarship in Data Science
John L. Scharf Outstanding Engineer Award
MANION SCHOLARS AWARD
The Manion Scholars Award was established in 1998 to honor Dr. James J. Manion, whose more than 30 years of teaching at Carroll College instilled in students an appreciation for the value of hard work, perseverance, and commitment to excellence. This merit-based award is given annually to junior and senior biology or biochemistry/molecular biology majors in recognition of their academic achievement and promise of success.
OUTSTANDING ANTHROZOOLOGY SENIOR AWARD
PHI SIGMA TAU
International Honor Society in Philosophy
Carroll College holds the Montana-Alpha chapter of Phi Sigma Tau, international honor society in philosophy. Phi Sigma Tau awards distinction to students having high scholarship and personal interest in philosophy. In addition, the society aims to promote and popularize interest in philosophy among the general collegiate public.
PI SIGMA ALPHA
National Political Science Honor Society
The Department of Political Science holds the charter for Alpha Epsilon Xi, a chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha. Pi Sigma Alpha is a national honor society for graduate and undergraduate students of political science. Founded in 1920, Pi Sigma Alpha claims over 600 chapters in North America. It is the only nationally recognized college honor society in the discipline and is one of the largest constituent members of the Association of College Honor Societies.
Associated Students of Carroll College (ASCC) Honors
Students receiving ASCC Honors have served as a member of the Student Government for two or more years, and graduate with a GPA of 3.2 or higher. The Honor Cords are given out to celebrate the dedication of those students to both their academics and the student body.
HEALTH SCIENCES DEPARTMENTAL AWARD
This award recognizes juniors and seniors majoring in Health Sciences or Public Health who have demonstrated excellent scholarship at Carroll and in their required major courses.
JOHN SNOW HEALTH SCIENCES AWARD
Named for the pioneering English physician who is widely considered to be the founder of epidemiology, this award is presented to graduating Health Sciences or Public Health seniors, who, in addition to excellence in scholarship, have demonstrated outstanding commitment to research and/or community service.
ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS’ TRAINING CORPS AWARDS
These awards are determined on a yearly basis by the Cadre of the University of Montana and Carroll College ROTC. Awards are based on academic achievement, ROTC excellence, and leadership qualities.
The Department of the Army Superior Cadet Award
Warrior Skills Trophy Award
The Reserve Officers Association Award (ROA)
The General Society of the War of 1812 Award
American Veterans of World War ll AMVETS Award
The Association of the United States Army (AUSA) History Award
The Association of the United States Army Award
American Legion Gold Award
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Award
Highest ACFT Award
Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Award
Military Order of World Wars Award (MOWW) Silver Award
Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) Award
Daughters of the American Revolution Award
Daughters of Founders and Patriots Award
George C. Marshall Award
CLASS OF 2023 THESIS GRADUATES
The thesis is designed to encourage creative thinking and to stimulate individual research. Thesis graduates may be eligible for special graduation honors.
Javier Rodriguez Fernandez
STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC HONORS
All students listed received academic all-conference honors from the Frontier or Cascade Collegiate Conference.
Javier Rodriguez Fernandez
Women’s Cross Country
Men’s Cross Country
Women’s Track and Field
Men’s Track and Field