Studying the Earth’s movements

Studying the Earth’s movements

Two Jesuits, the father of seismology and the “Polar Priest,” brought national prominence to Carroll through their seismology work

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Your gracious hosts

The University Club changed throughout the years, but its heyday was during the ’70s when it brought big name musical acts to campus.

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Hop along

Commuters reconnect with the University years after their Carroll experience.

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Paths to a Ph.D.

JCU prepared Alyson Wolk ’15 and Noah Daniels ’16 well to conduct scientific research in one of the most competitive molecular medicine programs in the nation.

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Fun down below

The legendary Rathskeller was the social hub of Carroll during the ’70s and early ’80s.

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Big data

Big data

Explorys enables health-care systems to improve millions of people’s lives through data analytics.

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From intern to employee

Claire Grega ’15 wants to make the country better by working for the government.

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Contributing to something bigger

The NBC/JCU "Meet the Press" Fellowship enhances the legacy of the late Tim Russert '72.

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Capitalizing on a connection

Business school alumni take a well-traveled finance path from John Carroll to the Windy City.

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Transforming lives

Transforming lives

The University’s new learning goals help define the Carroll experience.

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