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Carol Cook Geu

Carol Geu

Art History, Distance Education, Study Abroad
Adjunct Professor
M.F.A., The University of South Dakota

phone: 605-677-5636

Professor Carol Geu teaches Art History, Distance Education and Study Abroad in the Department of Art and the Arts and Identity Capstone course for the IdEA Program.

Professor Geu received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The University of Nebraska-Lincoln with majors in painting and art history and a minor in business administration and a Master of Fine Arts degree in painting from The University of South Dakota. 

During her teaching career, she has taught History of World Art, Art Appreciation, American Art History, Native American Art History, Renaissance Art History, Introduction to the Fine Arts, Elements and Principles of Design, Issues in Contemporary Art, and Humanities through the Arts. In addition to teaching classes on campus, she also offers courses online and through correspondence.

Professor Geu has traveled to Europe, Russia, China, Canada and Mexico, as well as within the United States. January 2008 found her leading students on a Renaissance Art History study tour to Italy with visits in Rome, Assisi, Florence, Verona and Venice. 

Before moving to South Dakota, she worked as a Graphic Designer for newspapers, advertising agencies, and educational institutions in Nebraska, Wisconsin and Washington, D.C. Professor Geu also served as an intern for the curator of works on paper at the Corcoran Art Gallery in Washington, D.C.