Prof. Anthony Barnhart publishes “Avoiding Potential Pitfalls in Visual Search and Eye-Movement Experiments: A Tutorial Review” article.
This year, two At-Large seats are up for election. Voting for these positions is open Monday, June 14 through Friday, June 18.
Ellenelle Gilliam M.M. ’21 will perform her graduate recital “Colors of Love” at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 15, in the Campbell Student Union Auditorium.
Apply for grants to support internships, study abroad, research, conferences, and other experiential learning opportunities. Deadline to apply is June 15.
Please join us for the next workshop in the eConvening series on Wednesday, June 16.
The Hedberg Library staff is happy to announce an easy, new way to reserve a library display case.
Juneteenth recognizes the day in 1865 that the enslaved were notified of the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, granting them their freedom. Tell us what Juneteenth means to you.
This summer, Carthage will host four days at Petrifying Springs Biergarten for faculty and staff to reconnect and recharge.
Carthage students, faculty, and staff have the option to report concerns through an online portal.
Whether you need a late-night ice cream run at Scoops Ice Cream and Candy Shop or you want to spend a day at the Kenosha Kingfish Baseball Club watching a game, Carthage students get discounts at many different businesses throughout Kenosha.
The Carthage College COVID-19 Dashboard provides information and updates on COVID-19 data specifically related to the campus community.
Peer Tutoring is currently accepting applications for students interested in working on our staff this fall.
The 46th annual Carthage Athletics Golf Outing will take place on Monday, June 28, at the Kenosha Country Club.
See the most liked photo from last week’s MyCarthage student and find out who’s running the account this week!
The CSCAA selected its All-America teams for the 2020-21 season with the 200-yard freestyle relay team from the Carthage men’s swimming and dive team being on the list.
Class of 2021 rides off in unique style
With a few safety-driven modifications, Carthage gave the Class of 2021 a one-of-a-kind sendoff that preserved as much of the traditional graduation celebration as possible. Read more
Men’s volleyball wins Carthage’s first NCAA team title!
The Firebirds rallied to defeat Benedictine in five sets for the Division III national championship! Read more
Carthage students and faculty receive STEM research and teaching funds
The NASA Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium and related space sciences projects made twenty awards to Carthage students and faculty this year, totaling $110,000. Learn more
Carthage alumni recognized in NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
Four Carthage alumni were recognized in the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) 2021 competition. Learn more