Engineering News

Students in St. Lucia


Next Steps in St. Lucia: Water System at the Marian Home for the Eldery

Since 2015, Engineers Without Borders teams have designed and implemented improvements the domestic water system at the Marian Home in Castries, St.

EWB Team in Uganda


Engineers Without Borders in Uganda

Over winter break, three teams of students, faculty, staff, and professional mentors visited sites of current projects with the Carroll chapter of Engineers Without Borders.

EWB Team in Guatemala


EWB Team Continues Work on Guatemalan School

The Carroll College Chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people in developing communities worldwide through sustainable community development projects, and preparing future leade

Carroll College Engineering Lab


Carroll ASCE Hosts Shop Days

On November 14 and 15, 2017, the Carroll College ASCE student chapter hosted “Shop Days” where students learned the proper operation and safety aspects of working with tools and equipment in the Carroll Civil Engineering Laboratory.

Hydrogeology Students gather in the snowy outdoors to do field work


Hydrogeology Students in the Field

Students in Engineering 325 (hydrogeology) have been discussing methods of analytizer aquifer test data, and earlier this month they had the opportunity for hands on field experience!  

Engineering students work on community chalkboard


Engineering Students Volunteer to Help Make Community Chalkboard a Reality

On October 11, 2017, two Carroll College Civil Engineering students, Wyatt Roberts (Junior, Environmental Emphasis) and Harrison Clement (Sophomore, Broadfield Emphasis) installed anchor brackets for a concrete structure that will be used as a Communit

ASCE Students Volunteering


ASCE Students Clean up Interstate 15

Students from the Carroll College ASCE Student Chapter conducted their annual cleanup of a two-mile stretch of Interstate 15 south of Helena on October 22, 2017.

Waterway in Mexico


Carroll EWB Team in Mexico Over Fall Break

Over Fall Break, the Carroll Chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB) sent a team to their Mexico project at the Santa Maria Home for Children.

Shannon Davis wins award


Carroll Alum Shannon Davis Wins ASCE San Diego/Imperial Counties Outstanding Younger Engineer Award for 2017

San Diego-based engineering firm Latitude 33 is pleased to announce that Carroll College Alum and Senior Project Engineer, Shannon Davis, was recently honored with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) San Diego/Imperial Counties Outst


Two Carroll College Engineering Students Attend ASCE CI Student Days

Two Carroll College senior engineering students, Elly Schmeltzer (Civil Engineering, Broadfield Emphasis, graduating spring 2018) and Raymond Gomez (Civil Engineering, Environmental Emphasis, graduating spri