Carly is a recent History and Studio Art graduate from the University of Montana. Originally from Tucson, AZ, Carly has been involved in wilderness recreation from a young age through the Tucson Audubon Society, as well as through general life experiences in the Sonoran Desert and wild areas throughout the Western United States.
Under the guidance of graduate student Chris Armatas, she helped archive nearly 50 years of social science data sets. Their efforts earned them the 2015 Excellence in Wilderness Research Applications Award.
She has been active in and around Missoula, with ink prints in the Zootown Arts Center archive, and as the 2015-2016 treasurer of the UM Student Recreation Association. Additionally, she has presented research at both the UM Conference on Undergraduate Research, and the Columbia Basin Undergraduate Symposium.
Previously she attended the Washington State University Honors College, and was a member of the Raptor Club.
Campbell, Carly. The Fool, relief block print, 4x6”. UM Undergraduate Literary Magazine: OVAL Vol IX (Spring 2016).
Campbell, Carly. The Magician, relief block print, 4x6”. UM Undergraduate Literary Magazine: OVAL Vol IX (Spring 2016).
Campbell, Carly. “Creating the Campesino: United States’ Influence on Agrarian Reform during the 1952-1953 Bolivian National Revolution.” University of Montana Conference on Undergraduate Research. 2016. http://scholarworks.umt.edu/umcur/2016/326/3/. 26pp.
Mand, Alison, Campbell, Carly, Rausch, Sarah. “Deliberate Destruction of Art and Culture: Iconoclasm in Afghanistan.” WSU College of Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Journal. Vol II (Spring 2014). 49pp.