Writing Center Staff, 2020-21


Regan Clancy

Junior, Secondary English Education Major, 
Class of 2022 
Second-Year Peer Writing Consultant

Hello! My name is Regan Clancy. When I’m not studying, I write and perform music around Montana and spend time relaxing with my family. As a nontraditional student, it took me a while to realize my passion for language and teaching. These days, as a junior majoring in secondary English education, I spend the majority of my time studying literature and writing, and I’m exactly where I want to be, immersed in words and communication. I was drawn to work in the Writing Center as a way to put my education into practice and to gain experience working with students on their writing. Working as a peer writing consultant has been one of the highlights of my time at Carroll. I can’t wait to talk to you about your writing!




Caroline Herzog

Anthrozoology, Pre-Veterinary Major
Class of 2021
First-Year Peer Writing Consultant

Hello, my name is Caroline Herzog! I am a senior Anthrozoology student minoring in biology and Spanish. My dream is to become a small animal veterinarian somewhere in The Pacific Northwest, as I am from Spokane, Washington. When I’m not studying, I love to bake, read, and paint. My favorite shows are the Great British Bakeoff and Gilmore Girls, and my current favorite author is Jojo Moyes. Expressing emotions and arguments through writing has always been a passion of mine and working in partnership with other writers reminds me of the incredible power of words. I am excited to work alongside you on every part of the writing process from brainstorming to completing final, polished drafts. I can’t wait to meet with you and help you grow your skills as a writer!




Molly McWade

Biology, Pre-Med Major
Class of 2023
First-Year Peer Writing Consultant

Hi guys! My name is Molly and I am from Brea, California. I am currently a sophomore here at Carroll, studying Biology. In my free time I love to embroider and listen to music.  Since I was little, reading and writing have been integral parts of my life. I want to help others develop a similar passion for literature as well as confidence in their writing abilities. I hope to see you soon!!




Dr. Jeff Morris

Director, Simperman Learning Commons
Ph.D. English, (1993) Penn State University
(406) 465-9385
Corette Library, Room 111

I became a professor of English because I loved working with students in Boise State University’s writing center when I was an undergraduate.  I am a big believer in getting students to help other students learn, so I’m grateful for this opportunity to direct Carroll’s Writing Center.  Born and raised in Boise, ID, I earned my M.A. and Ph. D. from Penn State. I now call Helena home since it is here that my wife and I settled down to raise our family.  I love trail running, hiking, skiing, and as you can see from the picture, kayaking.  I have had a long and fulfilling career at Carroll, and am ready to help you flourish in this academic community.