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!




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!!



Lucas Shefelbine

Lucas Shefelbine

English Writing and French Major
Class of 2022
First-Year Peer Writing Consultant

Hi there! I have always enjoyed writing and helping others to write, so I am so excited to get to work here in the writing center! I am considering pursuing a career in education after college, and in addition to my English and French majors, which have allowed me to explore the fields of language and literature, I am also finishing up minors in Biology and Chemistry, so I have experience with scientific writing as well. Outside of school I really enjoy sculpting, reading, and just enjoying nature. I’m looking forward to working with you!




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.