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  • Facilities — Athletic Training — Carthage College
    center and athletic training room provide a superior learning environment for the athletic training students by allowing them to practice their technical skills on the injured athletic population This center consists of three offices a hydrotherapy room a rehabilitation center an injury evaluation area and a section for taping Injury Evaluation This section of the Jon Swift Sports Medicine Center consists of eight treatment tables some of which have curtains for private examinations Therapeutic modalities available include a variety of thermal modalities as well as therapeutic ultrasound electrical stimulation paraffin bath biofeedback and Saunders cervical traction Rehabilitation Center A new rehabilitation center opened in 2009 with the renovation of the Tarble Arena The center has a variety of equipment including a versatile cable column weight machine a stationary exercise bike the TruStretch system a power block weight unit My3 Power Plate JumpTrainer TRX and numerous other proprioceptive devices Taping and First Aid We offer six taping tables fully stocked with taping and wound care supplies Athletes can have their wounds cleaned and covered along with any preventative taping or wrapping they need Hydrotherapy The hydrotherapy area has its own separate area allowing for noise control while not compromising supervision issues Three whirlpools an ice machine hydrocollator and storage of our hydration supplies are housed in this area Location The Jon Swift Sports Medicine center is located on the first floor of the TARC adjacent to our locker rooms This allows quick access to the athletic training room prior to practice or competition The athletic training room lies 30 feet away from the outside door that leads to Art Keller Field Physiology Lab Rehabilitation Room The satellite TARC Exercise Physiology Lab Rehabilitation Room allows the athletic trainer the privacy for one on one therapy A wide range of rehabilitation equipment is

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  • Visiting — Athletic Training — Carthage College
    athletic trainer from their home school present Athletic Training Home Page Carthage Athletic Training Staff Carthage Team Physicians Carthage Facilities Athletic Training Room Policies and Procedures Off site Referral Locations Heat Protocol Hazardous Environment Plan Emergency Action Plans Aerobics Room Art Keller Field Augie Schmidt Field Golf Center Jon Swift Sports Medicine Center Koenitzer Aquatic Center Offsite Cross Country Offsite Soccer Practice Field Offsite Golf Carthage College Practice Field Racquetball

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  • Offsite-Referrals — Athletic Training — Carthage College
    577 8202 map Aurora Medical Center 10400 75th St Pleasant Prairie WI 53158 Telephone 262 948 5600 map Kenosha Radiology Center KRC 10117 74th St Kenosha WI 53142 Telephone 262 697 7770 map Enhanced Medical Imaging 1020 35th St No 120 Kenosha WI 53140 map Thomas S Werbie MD Carthage Medical Director Orthopedic Bone Joint Surgery Sports Medicine 262 656 8204 6308 8th Ave Suite 201 Kenosha WI 53143 South Shore Orthopedic Surgery Group LLC Locations Franklin Medical Center Campus 9120 West Loomis Road Suite 100 Franklin WI 53132 855 946 7846 map Kenosha Medical Center Campus 6308 8th Ave Suite 1020 Kenosha WI 53143 Doctors Todd Barnhardt MD David Clark MD Comprehensive Orthopedics Locations Paddock Lake 262 656 3525 7322 236th Ave Paddock Lake WI 53168 map Kenosha Orthopedic Bone Joint Surgery Sports Medicine 262 656 3525 6308 8th Ave Suite 505 Kenosha WI 53143 map Doctors Jonathan D Main MD Bryant Walrod MD Semler Fitness Center A 5 000 square foot fitness center within TARC is used by faculty students and student athletes Koenitzer Aquatics Center TARC also features a 40 meter 16 lane swimming pool Jon Swift Sports Medicine Center Certified athletic trainers and athletic training students

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  • Resources — Athletic Training — Carthage College
    Site Referrals Additional Resources Carthage Athletics Athletic Training Athletic Training Resources National Athletic Trainers Association Great Lakes Athletic Trainers Association Wisconsin Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification American College of Sports Medicine NCAA Online National Academy of Sports Medicine Student Athletic Accident Insurance Plan EIIA National Strength and Conditioning Association Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the Next Steps Request

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  • News from the Biology Department — Biology at Carthage — Carthage College
    the first school in Wisconsin to be granted a charter more UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH Carthage students to present at preeminent research conference Fifteen Carthage students have been accepted to present their research at the Council on Undergraduate Research s 27th National Conference on Undergraduate Research taking place April 11 13 in Lacrosse Wis more Alumni Spotlight Changed by J Term scuba tour alumna dives into fulfilling career Sasha Turk 12 reviews diving hot spots as part of her work for a travel booking company more STUDENT SPOTLIGHT Books and barbells Carthage student competes in bodybuilding competitions Carthage student Chelsea Burns 13 followed in her parents footsteps and began competing in bodybuilding competitions more Undergraduate Research Carthage students invited to study wolves during J Term Course offers students the opportunity to study wolves in the wild more SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS Division of Natural Sciences introduces Science Success Seminar Series Series will feature current students and alumni and will direct students to research opportunities internships jobs and graduate school positions more UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH Carthage broadens collaborative ecological research as part of EREN Carthage is one of 14 founding members of the Ecological Research as Education Network which now includes 100 institutions across the U S and Canada Carthage professor Tracy Gartner is a lead scientist for one of EREN s pilot projects more Undergraduate Research Students hope to bolster Carthage s T rex collection Ten Carthage College students have joined Professor Thomas Carr for an expedition in Montana to search for bones from Tyrannosaurus rex and other dinosaurs more UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH Student Spotlight Meet the 2012 SURE researchers Thirty six Carthage students are on campus this summer conducting research with their professors as part of the 2012 Summer Undergraduate Research Program more Inspiring Service Carthage takes next step to improve water quality in Nicaragua During a semi annual medical mission to Nicaragua one Carthage student conducted critical research in an ongoing effort to purify the area s polluted water more Recognized for Excellence Dr Rad named 2012 Distinguished Teacher A committee of Carthage faculty and students selected biology professor Elaine Radwanski as the recipient of the annual teaching award more Carthage welcomes Dr Stan Temple Internationally recognized environmental biologist will present the documentary film Green Fire during a special public event on Thursday evening more Undergraduate Research Seasoned freshman researchers show no phage fright Freshmen dive head first into the Phage Hunters class searching for viruses that may someday help doctors treat diseases more Faculty Achievement Thomas Carr co writes exhaustive paper on new dinosaur Carthage professor Thomas D Carr is the co author of a 197 page paper that describes the skull of a new dinosaur from outer Mongolia more JANUARY TERM Underwater paradise provides window to science A group of Carthage students found science under the blue Central American water while spending January Term in Honduras more Undergraduate Research 2012 dig could expand on T rex find This summer Carthage paleontologists are optimistic they ll find more bones from an adult

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  • Biology Department Faculty — Biology at Carthage — Carthage College
    on insects plants and their interactions His research has taken him from the desert southwest of the United States to the rainforest of South America Read more Tracy Gartner Director of the Environmental Science Program Associate Professor of Biology and Geography and Earth Science Straz Center B6A carthage edu 262 551 5803 Professor Tracy Gartner directs the Environmental Science Program and teaches research and service oriented courses in environmental science ecology botany experimental design and restoration Her research focuses on how shifts in Read more Scott Hegrenes Director Discovery Program Associate Professor of Biology Straz Center 202 carthage edu 262 551 6616 Professor Scott Hegrenes is an ecologist interested in aquatic ecosystems and conservation of biodiversity His research interests include the effect of pollution on stream life non native species impacts and the Read more Kristopher Koudelka Assistant Professor of Biology and Chemistry carthage edu 262 551 6336 Professor Kristopher Koudelka s interests lie at the molecular level He teaches courses in biochemistry genetics general chemistry and senior seminar By giving students a firm foundation in how chemical structure Read more Paul Martino Assistant Professor of Biology Straz Center 216 carthage edu 262 551 2416 Professor Paul Martino earned a B A in natural sciences and mathematics from Dowling College and an M S in exercise physiology from Ball State University He received a Ph D in physiology Read more Patrick Pfaffle Chair Biology Department Professor of Biology Straz Center 219 carthage edu 262 552 5516 Professor Patrick Pfaffle previously taught graduate and undergraduate level biology courses at Indiana State University He has received numerous awards for scientific research including the National Institutes of Health Academic Research Read more Elaine Radwanski Professor of Biology Straz Center 224 carthage edu 262 551 5865 Professor Elaine Radwanski earned her Ph D in

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  • Biology Courses — Biology at Carthage — Carthage College
    and genetic variation in populations The genetic basis of biological individuality is explored with emphasis on the molecular basis of genetic variation Lecture and lab Prerequisite BIO 1100 and CHM 1020 or consent of instructor Fall Spring 2500 Medical Ethnobotany SCI 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Dan Choffnes A study of the way plant products have been used as drugs to treat disease and modify human physiology in various cultural and historical settings Lecture 2650 Photographing Nature Investigating Biodiversity and Conservation with Digital Media SCI 4 credits 4 credits Staff This course introduces the student to the use of digital photography to explore plant and animal species and their habitats The course begins with instruction in digital photography and then moves outside where students will focus on organisms learning to photograph them while exploring their biology Photography will be used to engage students in making detailed observations and beginning the process of scientific discovery After learning about species their ecological interactions and conservation students will complete a final project that utilizes visual imagery to educate others about the value of biodiversity ecology and or conservation issues 2810 Geography and Biology of China SCI 4 credits 4 credits Staff NON LAB Throughout China s history the relationship between humans and the native plant and animal communities has fueled the growth of civilizations and created new ecological challenges This course aims to present students with geographical and biological perspectives to help them understand how the Chinese people have been interacting with their environment through time and across a vast country 3050 Plant Physiology SCI 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff The scientific study of plants with a focus on how the structure and function of plants enable these organisms to respond dynamically to a wide variety of environments Lecture and laboratory Prerequisite BIO 2300 Spring 3200 Aquatic Ecology SCI 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Scott Hegrenes A study of the interactions between the physical chemical and biological components of lakes and streams Lecture laboratory and field trips Prerequisite BIO 2200 Fall 3210 Animal Behavior SCI 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Scott Hegrenes An examination of the interactions of organisms with their environment specifically responses to various environmental stimuli The physiology development evolution and adaptive nature of behaviors including human behavior will be addressed Lecture lab Prerequisite BIO 2200 or ENV 1600 3300 Human Anatomical Systems SCI 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Paul Martino Examination of structure as it relates to the organization of tissues organs and systems of the human body Includes a study of human structure and its functional adaptation to changing environments Lecture and lab Prerequisite BIO 1100 or 1040 3310 Systemic Physiology SCI 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Paul Martino A systemic approach to the study of human physiology Includes the fundamental regulatory mechanisms associated with homeostatic functions of major body systems Lecture and laboratory Prerequisite BIO 1100 and 2300 or 1040 and 3300 Spring 3320 Entomology SCI 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff A study of the structure

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  • Biology Major and Minor Requirements — Biology at Carthage — Carthage College
    of the following courses Core Courses BIO 1110 Biodiversity and Evolution 4 credits BIO 2200 Intro to Ecology 4 credits BIO 2300 Cell Biology 4 credits BIO 2400 Genetics 4 credits BIO 4100 Experimental Design BIO 4120 Senior Seminar 4 credits Elective Courses Four Biology elective courses numbered 3000 or above or three courses in Biology numbered 3000 or above and CHM 3010 Three of the four elective courses must be laboratory based courses Chemistry Courses CHM 1010 General Chemistry I CHM 1020 General Chemistry II CHM 2070 Organic Chemistry I CHM 2080 Organic Chemistry II In addition to standard courses a student may elect to pursue an Independent Study BIO 4500 or Research in Biology BIO 4900 on a selected topic The study may develop into a Senior Thesis and or Honors in the Major The following courses will not count for credit toward a biology major BIO 1010 BIO 1020 BIO 1030 BIO 1040 and BIO 200T Teaching Licensure Students seeking teaching licensure in biology are advised to meet with the department chair of biology a representative of the Education Department and their advisor to ensure that all requirements for the appropriate state licensure are met The Biology Minor A minor in Biology consists of six courses in biology or five courses in biology plus CHM 3010 Senior Thesis in Biology The Senior Thesis is developed in consultation with the department faculty Theses may include a scholarly manuscript of research performed or a detailed proposal for future research Alternative projects may be approved by the faculty In addition students may be required to present their Senior Thesis in an oral presentation at a Division Colloquium as a poster presented at a Division Poster Session or to teach a class using the developed materials Honors in the Major Honors

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