Dorothy Deasy, master's in applied theology alum, talks about how technology is changing what it means to be human in an interview with The Columbian in September 2014.
M.Div., Marylhurst University
MS, Interdisciplinary Studies: Anthropology, Georgraphy, Sociology, Western Oregon College
BA - Social Sciences, Marylhurst College
Catholicism - History
Sister Carole is a member of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary of Jesus and Mary (SNJM). She works at the Holy Names Heritage Center.
She is a member of the Sustainability Advisory Council of Marylhurst University and is also on the leadership team of the Labyrinth Group at Marylhurst working to establish a permanent labyrinth on the university campus. A lifelong learner she is currently pursuing the Graduate Certificate in Gerontology at Marylhurst.
Additionally, Sister Carole is a member of the Historical Commission of the Archdiocese of Portland. Within in her religious community she serves on the government structures committee of the US-Ontario province as well as the Justice and Peace Network and the Archives Committee of the Holy Names Heritage Center. She formerly served on the boards of Jesuit Volunteer Corps: Northwest and Catholic Peace Ministry as well as a member of the core group of People of Faith Against Bigotry.