Engineering News

Carroll EWB in Uganda photo


EWB travels to Uganda for third implementation trip

In 2020, Carroll College Engineers Without Borders was able to travel with eight students and two advisors to Uganda for a third implementation trip.

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Methane Monitoring for Centennial Park

On October 9, 2020, Carroll students and faculty were provided a walking presentation and tour about the methane monitoring system for Centennial Park, adjacent to the Carroll College campus. Jodi Bingham, PE, of Hydrometrics, Inc. of Helena gave the tour and presentation.

ASCE Highway Cleanup Graphic


Adopt-a-Highway Cleanup on I-15

On September 26, 2020, students and faculty from Carroll’s American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Student Chapter completed community service work by cleaning up a 2-mile stretch of Interstate 15, about 15 miles south of Helena.

EWB Guatemala Team Completes Retrofit Structural Walls Image


EWB Guatemala Team Completes Retrofit Structural Walls

The student EWB Guatemala team completed two more retrofit structural walls in January 2019. 

Carroll AWWA Student Chapter graphic


AWWA Students Host a Brewery Tour

Students from the Carroll College American Water Works Association (AWWA) Student Chapter hosted a tour of the brewing process at Lewis & Clark Brewing Company in Helena, Montana on March 21, 2018.

Engineers Without Borders Shamrock Soiree Graphic


Shamrock Soiree set for Friday, March 23

Join us for the Shamrock Soiree for a night of fun, dancing and benefit to celebrate the Carroll College Chapter of Engineers Without Borders on Friday, March 23, 2018, from 6:30 p.m.

Students with the elderly 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 poses for a photograph 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 holding a Carroll College Flag


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 devel

Students working in the 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.