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Jack Champaigne ’80 met Diane (Schueler) Champaigne ’80 when both welcomed new students while serving as Carroll orientation mentors. Their friendship grew in the months that followed, leading to a chilled night in February when they spent time shooting photos and then moved inside the basement of Main Hall for warmth. There, he asked her to marry him. It was Valentine's Day.
A TV camera recently installed on top of the Hastad Hall roof provides WISN-12 News viewers in metro Milwaukee shots of weather activity from a campus with a long history of weather watching. While the partnership between Carroll and the TV station is relatively new, the opportunity to provide reliable weather data to the community once came from students and professors inside classrooms tracing back to the 1950s.
A Pioneer Scholars project illustrates the interdisciplinary potential of Carroll's new Unmanned Aircraft Systems minor
At Carroll University, we offer Wisconsin’s first Aviation Science and Unmanned Aircraft Systems minor. Find out how our students are broadening their career prospects.
Our December "CU in the Workplace" is our first global feature as we talk with alumni couple Paul Vastag ’90 and Karen Wegner ’90, who shared their skills in digital mapping and medicine, respectfully, in traveling with Dr. David Block ’76, Carroll emeritus professor of environmental science, to serve residents in a small village in Africa.
Our November "CU in the Workplace" video features alumnus Jim Bible ‘84, who takes us on a tour of his cranberry farm in Black River Falls, Wisconsin, where he strives as a part of the grower cooperative for Ocean Spray.
Now the morning meteorologist at WISN 12 in Milwaukee, alumna Lindsey Slater '08 shares how her environmental science degree from Carroll heightens her experiences in reporting on the weather.
Lindsey Slater’s ’08 public service announcement starts with the memory of crawling out of her brother’s bedroom window onto her family’s roof with a camera to capture images of approaching storms. She was just a kid then, of course, and as a professional meteorologist now, she strictly advises against hanging out amid bad storms – the official PSA.
Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant supports undergraduate students on study abroad experiences.
Student Keely Gobat and Dr. Todd Levine presented their citizen science research project.
Haylee Albrecht was one of 50 students nationwide to be awarded a study abroad grant from Phi Kappa Phi.
Two recent graduates trade their gowns for lab coats and head back to Prairie Springs Environmental Education Center and Greene Field Station to continue their research.