Lucy Glaser, Carroll University

Lucinda Glaser

Health and Medical Sciences Articulation and Post Baccalaureate Program Advisor 262.524.7435 lglaser@carrollu.edu Voorhees Hall B4

TEACHES IN THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM(S)

Health Sciences Pre-Professional Health Science

Biography

Lucy joined Carroll University in 2015, bringing a diverse background in education. She’s worked as a public elementary educator, educational liaison and advocate for children and adolescents in mental health care, a group care early childhood educator and as a director within a statewide early childhood agency.  

In her role at Carroll, Lucy provides primary advising to students in the Health Sciences (Diagnostic Medical Sonography and Radiologic Technology) major. She also coordinates the Health Sciences Bound Initiative which provides expert advising to Carroll’s pre-health students. Lucy manages the health and medical sciences articulated programs and agreements.

Education

  • National Louis University, M.Ed. in Educational Leadership, 2007
  • University of Wisconsin—Stevens Point, B.S. in Elementary Education; minor in Environmental Education, 2001

Service to Carroll University and Profession

Professional Service

  • Member: NAAHP (National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions, Inc.), 2015-present
  • Member: WAHP (Waukesha Academy of Health Professions) Governance Board, 2017-present

Community Outreach

  • Member: Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center–Schools of Diagnostic Medical Sonography and Radiologic Technology Advisory Committee, 2015-present
  • Member: Froedtert School of Radiologic Technology Advisory Committee, 2015-present
  • Member: Ascension–St. Joseph School of Radiologic Technology Advisory Committee, 2015-present
  • Member: WAHP (Waukesha Academy of Health Professions) Governance Board, 2017-present 

What is your teaching style?

As an advisor, I consider myself an advocate, a cheerleader and a docent for students. I aim to provide support and resources as students discover their passions and explore all of the opportunities available to them. 

Why do you do what you do?

I care deeply about my students and enjoy helping them navigate their higher education experience. I celebrate each student success and enjoy watching them grow as professionals in their chosen field of study.

What should students know about you?

I love spending time outdoors, cooking and listening to live music. I live in Waukesha with my husband and two daughters.

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