Diane Schowalter is a licensed psychologist with a specialization in learning issues. She has worked with students with disabilities at Carthage for 30 years to ensure that they get the accommodations and support they need.
Diane enjoys nature, walking, golfing, kayaking, cross-country skiing, gardening, and world travel. She loves spending time with her family (including young grandchildren), baking, and cooking.
Diane earned her doctorate in School Psychology at the University of Wisconsin. She completed her undergraduate degree at St. Olaf College.
Main responsibilities at Carthage
Diane meets with prospective and current Carthage students who have disabilities to help create a plan for accommodations and support.
Favorite thing about working at Carthage
“I love the sense of community and the close-up views of the lake.”
“I am committed to working on equity and inclusion issues and standing against racism.”