Prof. Angela Dassow explains how it may be possible to track individual gray wolves by their howls. https://t.co/uYHMqeH81kJuly 19, 2018 at 9:39 am
Please join the Carthage community for our annual summer potluck.
Looking for a job for the 2018-2019 school year? Apply for a student shuttle driver position.
In April, Library and Information Services conducted a “Call for IT Project Requests”. The requests have been vetted and the Project Roadmap for FY18/19 is now available online.
At the end of June, more than 60 alumni arrived at Carthage College for the Illinois Campus Reunion!
In this new role, Joseph will be focusing on services for transfer students, re-admitted students, and international exchange students during their initial transition to Carthage. He will also serve as co-manager of the Early Alert System and main advising contact for students and advisors affiliated with the Guaranteed Admission Programs at College of Lake County and Gateway Technical College.
She has accepted the position of head women’s basketball coach at North Central College in Illinois.
Carthage Prof. Sara Jensen shares her unique strategy for making math accessible to all students.
The road closure will extend from the Todd Wehr Center up to, and including, the intersection into the Oaks Village. As one of the final tasks of the new Residence Tower project, the entire road surface will be replaced.
Isaac Leif ’19 is spending the summer in Atlanta, Georgia, working a prestigious internship with CNN.
The NCAA Woman of the Year, in its 28th year of existence, recognizes academic/athletic excellence, community service and leadership of graduating female college athletes across all divisions.
It’s July – time to start thinking about student employment for the fall.
The Brainard Writing Center offers limited in-center and online summer services. Specific hours for in-center assistance will be updated here each week.
She argues that using acoustic features to identify individual wolves in the wild could be far more effective than collaring.
With the Class of 2022 getting ready to start their Carthage careers, let’s take a look back at six members of the Class of 2021 who made an impact during their freshman year.
A group of Carthage students recently returned from their J-Term in June Study Tour: “NYC: A Slice of Cultural Cheesecake.” For just over two weeks, these students explored New York City and engaged with some of the incredible theater and fine art there.
Carthage on track to welcome largest class ever
John Swallow inaugurated as Carthage president
He serves as the College’s 23rd president.
SURE participants kick off summer research
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MyCarthage on Instagram is completely controlled by a different student every week. Check it out.
See Carthage in a whole new way. Carthage has unveiled a new virtual tour. Check it out!