News from the Education Department
Recent News Stories
- The Bridge: Lectures & PresentationsRead “Is a Fulbright Fellowship an option for you after graduation? Learn more TODAY!”
Learn about the Fulbright Scholarships and discover how researching or teaching abroad as part of this very prestigious program might be the right opportunity for you after graduation.
- The Bridge: Campus NewsRead “Sophie Flott ’22 awarded Fulbright Teaching Assistantship in Germany”
Carthage senior Sophie Flott ’22 has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright Teaching Assistantship to spend a year teaching in northern Germany after graduation.
- The Bridge: KudosCarthage welcomed juniors and seniors from Racine Unified School District and Kenosha Unified School District to campus for the fifth annual Educators Rising event, held on March 31.Read “Carthage faculty, students host Educators Rising event for RUSD and KUSD students”
- Academics,Student Achievements,Top StoriesOur graduates always have big plans — many of which were in place well before their commencement. Meet members of the Class of 2022 who were hired for full-time positions before they even graduated.Read “Hired Before Graduation: Carthage graduates share their plans”
Past News Stories
- The Bridge: News for StudentsRead “Educate and empower local youth: Join the Enactus DiversiReads Committee”
Enactus DiversiReads is looking for new members to join our efforts to unify the Kenosha/Racine community with an emphasis on youth through a love of reading and celebrating differences.
- The Bridge: News for StudentsRead “Education students: Get interview and résumé tips during a virtual workshop tomorrow”
Attend a virtual workshop, featuring James De Mint from the Center for Urban Teaching, on how to create a résumé and what to expect within an education interview.
- Alumni News,Community,Stories of ImpactDonald Driver, who rose out of poverty and homelessness to play in the NFL for 14 years, spoke with Carthage students as part of the Spotlight on Sports series.Read “Life lessons from Packer legend Donald Driver”
- Carthage received a $150,000 grant from the William & Sheila Konar Foundation to grow its Urban Teacher Prep Program.Read “Carthage receives $150,000 grant for Urban Teacher Preparation Program”
- Carthage alumna Susan (Grunwald) Richardson ’96 was named one of five Wisconsin 2021 Teachers of the Year and is representing Wisconsin in the 2021 National Teacher of the Year Program.Read “Susan (Grunwald) Richardson ’96 represents Wisconsin in 2021 National Teacher of the Year Program”
- Top StoriesCarthage students raised approximately $8,500 to renovate and provide a safe, clean school bathroom to the Nkume Primary School in the town of Eshowe.Read “Carthage students raise $8,500 to fix South African school’s sanitation”
- Carthage students and graduates, led by education professor Michele Hancock, traveled to Eshowe, South Africa, in early June to continue humanitarian work at Nkume Primary School.Read “Carthage professor and students continue humanitarian work in South Africa”
Fulbright Scholars travel abroad to do research or work as English teaching assistants for a year. Learn how you can apply for a fellowship.