Carthage Faculty: Devoted to Teaching
Passion for teaching is hard to quantify. But you’ll see it.
of classes taught by faculty (not TAs)
- Like when class ends, and your professor refuses to leave until you get it.
- Or when their lunch break becomes your mock interview.
- Or when you skip class and find a concerned email waiting in your inbox.
Passion is in their job description. It’s contagious. And it’s why our professors will encourage you as often as they challenge you. Their enthusiasm for your success in college and beyond makes Carthage a very special place. They cheer at athletic and cultural events, and will know you well enough to write stellar letters of recommendation to help you to that next step after graduation.
Just a few of our faculty who showed up to cheer on Carthage graduates at Commencement!
Professor J. Alex Thompson and Catherine Casanovas ’23, recipient of the Leadership in Nursing Practice Award, at the 2023 Nursing Pinning Ceremony.
“At a time when I was very unsure about where I wanted my career to go after graduation or how to pursue a career path, the Aspire Program helped me find where my passions lie, gave me a better understanding of possible career paths, and helped me connect with alumni in my field of interest. I now have actionable steps to take as I launch my career.”
— Serena Richardson ’24