Education

The University of Notre Dame graduated Carol Čizauskas with a B.A. in English & German. Her studies included a year study-abroad program in Innsbruck, Austria, with classes in German. That year she attained Dean’s List.

Post-graduate studies at the University of Nevada, Reno, included journalism and political science.

Carol also gained certification in a multitude of career workshops at community college and career-training institutes.

Highlights of Notre Dame degree:

  • four years of English classes, including American literature, British literature, Shakespeare, and James Joyce
  • four years of German language and literature, including History of German Cinema in German language
  • two years of Italian language and literature, including Dante in Italian language
  • one year of Spanish language and literature
  • one year of economics and mathematics (statistics and calculus)
  • one semester of theology, philosophy, psychology, history, science

Career training includes:

Poynter


Poynter Institute
Public Radio Reporting week-long seminar, St. Petersburg, Florida

 

KPLU

NPR member station KPLU two-week cross-training in news reporting, Seattle

David Candow (veteran CBC producer after 31 years) three-day advanced training in writing and performance for mid-career public radio journalists, Seattle

 

Society of Professional Journalists


Society of Professional Journalists
mid-Columbia regional conference, Richland, Washington

PRNDI
Public Radio News Directors Incorporated
national conference, Chicago

 

TMCC
Truckee Meadows Community College
Writers’ Conferences, a half-dozen during an 11-year span, Reno, Nevada

University of Nevada, Reno


Reynolds School of Journalism
, University of Nevada, Reno, News Reporting and Writing semester three-credit class

 

 

New Horizons  

New Horizons computer classes in graphics and Web design, more than 100 hours, Reno, Nevada

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