Current News Michele Hancock recognized for enhancing College’s quality of life For her leadership and major advances in equity and inclusion, the professor of practice in education wins the Quality of Life Committee’s 2019 Person of the Year Award. Carthage Views: Remote learning with children Jacqueline Easley, professor of education at Carthage, and author of “Literacy Moments” shares ideas for helping young children with reading and writing while they are learning from home. Announcing J-Term 2021 study tours! Where will you go? Where will you go during J-Term 2021? Carthage faculty have announced the following study tours for the 2020-21 academic year. Participate in a thesis survey: What strategies do you use to cope with depression? Tell us how you cope with depression in this thesis survey. As a participant, you will have the opportunity to explore some research-based strategies to cope with depression. Explore Carthage’s graduate programs If you’re an undergraduate student considering graduate school, stop in the Office of Admissions to learn more. Read about the Urban Teacher Preparation Program’s featured teacher candidate Learn about Maryellen “Molly” McGaw, a student in Carthage’s Urban Teacher Preparation Program, in the UTPP’s newsletter. Alumna Carrie Wright ’04 named principal of Christian Life School in Kenosha Carthage alumna Carrie (Pinter) Wright ’04 has been named the new 7th- through 12th-grade principal of Christian Life School in Kenosha, Wis. Prof. Jackie Easley offers summer reading advice to parents on WISN 12 Professor Jackie Easley was a guest on WISN 12 to offer tips to parents on literacy activities that can be integrated into everyday moments at home with their children.