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Group Photo of Talking Saints

Talking Saints take gold in world debate

The Carroll College Talking Saints forensics team continued their red hot streak in their latest outing with Carroll’s leading World Debate team winning a 55-school tournament at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon, while five freshmen brought home eight trophies from Casper College in

Becca Poliquin, Ashlee Buller, Tori Hill, Ryan Kotek, Luke Kendall, Jake MacDuff, Ryden Meyer, Mark Schmutzler

Carroll College Talking Saints excel at world debate

The Carroll College Talking Saints forensics team swept to victory in one tournament and reached the semifinals of another to open the 2014-2015 forensics season.

Talking Saints Make it Year 23 for Northwest Championship Title

Carroll’s Talking Saints are atop the Northwest Forensics Conference again after the team swept to victory at the regional championship tournament held at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Wash., on Jan. 25-27, 2013.

Forensics Strong Finish in First Year of World Debate

The Talking Saints forensics team closed its season with one of the best weekends in Carroll forensics history by recording three runners-up finishes in three national championship events held at the University of LaVerne April 13-15.

Dr. Carolyn Pharr and Meghan Benda wearing lab coats and eye protection

Carroll Chemistry student researchers win ARES awards

Carroll College chemistry undergraduate student researchers Meghan Benda and Victoria Kong earned ARES awards from the Montana Space Grant Consortium for the second semester in a row.

Carroll College chemistry majors Jessica Baker, Matthew Rosman, Meghan Benda, and Nathan Bollar (left to right)

Carroll Chemistry majors bring science to a local elementary school

Carroll College chemistry majors Jessica Baker, Matthew Rosman, Meghan Benda, and Nathan Bollar (left to right) volunteered to do four weeks of "Kids College" at Kessler Elementary School on Wednesday afternoons.

Meghan Benda and Victoria Kong standing by their research posters

Two students present at the National American Chemical Society Meeting

Carroll College chemistry undergraduate research students and chemistry majors Meghan Benda and Victoria Kong had their abstracts accepted to present their research results at the National American Chemical Society (ACS).

Victoria Kong looks through microscope

Victoria Kong shares her research results

Sophomore Victoria Kong has made quick work of her first year and a half at Carroll. She has been working with chemistry professor Dr. John Rowley to investigate the fundamental chemical mechanisms behind the harvesting of renewable solar energy.

Portrait of Victoria Kong, junior chemistry major at Carroll College

Chemistry major Victoria Kong publishes in the Journal of Physical Chemistry B

Victoria Kong, junior chemistry major at Carroll College from Portland, OR recently published on her research contributions this summer quantifying the solvation and partitioning of the organic dye Coumarin 152 in

Victoria Kong Working in the Lab

Summer Research Experiences for Carroll Chemistry Majors

Victoria Kong, senior chemistry major at Carroll College spent the summer conducting research at SRI International in Menlo Park California - https://www.sri.com/   Here is what Victoria had to say about here experience: