Recent News Stories
- Top StoriesAspiring music teachers at Carthage can now earn a Bachelor of Music in Music Education, a degree that comes with more comprehensive training than a traditional Bachelor of Arts.Read “BMME program equips well-rounded music teachers”
Past News Stories
- The Bridge: Campus NewsVolunteer to help run a poverty simulation for 40-45 social work and education students from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31, in the Todd Wehr Center.Read “Volunteers needed to help run a poverty simulation Monday”
- The Bridge: KudosThe semi-annual Educators Rising event, designed to attract future educators to Carthage, was held on Oct. 11.Read “Carthage faculty and students host Educators Rising event for Round Lake High School students”
- The Bridge: Lectures & PresentationsRead “Learn about summer research at the SURE 2022 Poster Presentations TODAY”
Join us for the Summer Undergraduate Research Experiences Poster Presentations from 4 to 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12, in the David A. Straz Jr. Center atrium.
- The Bridge: KudosRead “Urban Teacher Preparation Program hosts summer camp for middle school students”
Carthage’s Urban Teacher Preparation Program hosted a middle school student group from the Kenosha YMCA for a week-long summer camp!
- Top StoriesAre you a current SURE student? We want to hear about your summer research project.Read “SURE students: Tell us about your research!”
- The Bridge: Campus NewsRead “Teaching grant awarded to support innovative digital learning”
The funding provided by Course Hero will help Prof. Williams and Prof. Van Winkle incorporate innovative digital learning and pedagogy in the Legacies of Race and Racism course this fall.
- The Bridge: Lectures & PresentationsRead “Attend a Fulbright Fellowship information session 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”
- 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.