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Page 4 New faces on your campus Take the initiative and introduce yourself to the new Carroll professors 1 i ' 1 .. . .M*. v... ^ . ' Maria Brosnan Nursing Julie Benson-Rosston Communications bv kate Paul There are some new faces on the Carroll College campus. Five new professors have arrived at Carroll and are ready to teach. They all have a unique background and are ready to share their talent with Carroll. Gillian Glaes is one of the new History professors at Carroll.. She is originally from Missoula, MT. She attended the University of Montana where she received her undergraduate degree. Glaes then got her Masters at the University of Oregon. Glaes went on to be an as­ sistant and instructor at the Univer­ sity of Wisconsin, Madison where she taught English and History. Her specialty is in French History, where she studied in France for a year. She is also working on her PhD from the University of Wis­ consin, Madison. When asked what she loved about Carroll she said, “Carroll is great, students are interested and engaging. The faculty cares about you and it’s a great community.” Glaes will be teaching four classes next semester. She is also the first professor at Carroll to teach an African History class. Elvira Roncalli comes to Carroll all the way from Italy. She will be teaching Philosophy at Carroll. “People appreciate where you come from in the Carroll com­ munity; people are also personal and caring. It is a friendly and open place.” Roncalli got a scholarship to do graduate work in Belgium and then started her teaching. Ron­ calli taught French in St. Louis at a private Catholic High School and then taught classes in Long Island at a small, Catholic, Liberal Arts College. She has always been drawn to philosophy. She believes that philosophy is a lot like traveling, “you are always exploring different places, learning new things, and having self discovery.” Roncalli will be teaching four classes next semester. Maria Brosnan is a regis­ tered nurse and is a new professor to the nursing program. She is a native of Chicago and did her un­ dergrad work at Loyal University in Chicago. Brosnan then recieved her graduate degree from Russ in Chicago. Maria spent some time working on the Blackfoot Reserva­ tion working in dialostics and also taught at the community college on the reservation. She most recently was working at St. Peter’s Hospital as a Clinical Resource Specialist. One thing that she loves to teach is Critical Care. She will be the new course director in Nurse Management. Brosnan feels that Carroll is, “Very professional and sets high standards. The students are great, they really want to be here and learn.” Gary Fischer is originally from Butte, MT. He attended Montana State University where he received a degree in engineer­ ing. He then received his masters degree at the University of Califor­ nia, Davis. Fischer was an adjunct professor at Carroll in 2002 where he taught hydrology. He is now back at Carroll and will be teach­ ing three classes next semester. Fischer was a consultant before coming to Carroll. “It’s been an interesting tradition, from the consultant world to academ­ ics” says Fischer. He enjoys the one-on-one with students and the small atmosphere. “The quality of students is great here at Carroll” says Fischer. Fischer is excited for all the challenges that he will face. Julie Benson-Rosston is a native of Missoula and will be one of the new Communication profes­ sors at Carroll. She received her B.A. at the University of Minne­ sota, Morris, and her M.A. at the University of Missoula. Julie has worked at various places including the University of Montana and Red Rocks Community College in Den­ ver, all in Communication studies . “Students come in with really strong academic skills, es­ pecially writing,” this is one thing that drew her to Carroll. She is also a fitness instructor at Crossroads where she teaches a variety of classes. When Julie has free time she is spending it with her husband Karl and two children. Gary Fischer Engineering Gillian Glaes History „¿¿Woman ^ B e a d i n g 433 N. Last Chance Gulch H e lena MT 59601 406/443-0379 Tua*Sil 10*m-5 30 pm Sun no on-4pm Specializing in: Beads - Medieval to Contemporary w ww.crazyworaanbead mg. c om Thursday, November 9 ,2 0 0 6 Volume 90, No 2

The Prospector (Helena, Mont.), 09 Nov. 2006, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.