McCarroll ’92 Joins History Department

May 28, 2014

Faculty News

Patrick McCarroll

Mr. Patrick McCarroll ’92

Mr. Patrick McCarroll ’92 returns to MUS to teach Upper School history courses in the 2014-15 school year. He taught here from 1998-2008, leaving to become executive director of the Live Oak Foundation Fund. He then served for three years as director of services, programs, and operations for the Diocese of Memphis Catholic Schools. In the past year, he has been working as a special projects auditor for Financial Resource Consulting Inc. In March he began as a research consultant with MCD Partners, working on a project to keep urban Catholic schools operating.

He holds a B.A. in European history from Rhodes College, where he was Phi Beta Kappa. He earned his M.A. in medieval history from the University of Memphis and finished his course work there for a Ph.D.

While at MUS for 10 years, he taught a variety of history courses, including U.S., Colonial U.S., world, European, and medieval, and he taught German I, II, and III. Outside the classroom, he assisted with varsity football and track teams, and he was the first head coach of the trapshooting program, which he launched. He held the Anne and Glenn A. Crosby Chair of Christian Ethics.

McCarroll and his wife, Anne, who taught English here for several years, have two children: Evelyn (Evie), 8 years old; and Miles, 6 years old.



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