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  • Facilities — Chemistry — Carthage College
    by Baxter Healthcare Bruker 300 MHz Nuclear Magnetic Spectrometer Hewlett Packard 8454A Diode Array Spectrophotometer Vacuum Atmosphere Glove Box Vacuum Lines for Manipulation of Air Sensitive Compounds Princeton EG G Parr 264A Polarograph Nicolet 710 FT Infrared Spectrometer Hewlett Packard 5890A Gas Chromatograph Varian 1275 Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer Hitachi 655 High Pressure Liquid Chromatograph Gow Mac 150 Gas Chromatograph Perkin Elmer 204 S Flourescence Spectrophotometer Eykamp Laboratory for Undergraduate Research The laboratory is shared by Carthage chemistry biology and neuroscience students Computation and Visualization Laboratory The Computation and Visualization Laboratory is used by classes across the Natural Sciences and Mathematics to integrate hands on inquiry based activities into mathematics physics chemistry and biology courses at Carthage The lab s interdisciplinary nature allows students across courses and departments to discover important physical concepts for themselves In General Chemistry students use the CVL to explore molecular geometry and polarity In Physical Chemistry students plot and analyze phase diagrams rate equations wavefunctions and velocity distributions In Biochemistry students classify amino acids based on structure and function construct families of protein folds and manipulate gene and protein sequences Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take

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  • Videos — Chemistry — Carthage College
    Passport to Science Carthage hosted a Passport to Science event for the community Carthage faculty and science majors volunteered their Saturday to spread their love of science with more than 175 children Personal Care Products and the Environment Environmental science professor Sarah Rubinfeld led two Carthage students in researching the environmental fate of consumer product chemicals in aquatic systems during the summer of 2011 View more Carthage videos Keep Exploring

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  • Faculty — Modern Languages — Carthage College
    coodinator he works with Carthage students as they Read more Lynn Loewen Professor of Modern Languages Lentz Hall 418B carthage edu 262 551 5912 Professor Lynn Loewen teaches Spanish language and literature modern language teaching methodology modern literature in translation theory of translation culture awareness orientation and heritage courses She has studied at U S Read more Edward Montanaro Associate Professor of Modern Languages and Economics Straz Center B6C carthage edu 262 551 2376 Professor Edward Montanaro began teaching at Carthage in 2006 upon completion of a doctorate in Spanish at Florida State University He also holds a master s degree in Spanish from Florida Read more Maribel Morales Martinez Assistant Professor of Modern Languages Straz Center B10H carthage edu 262 551 2313 A native of Spain Maribel Morales Martinez joined the Carthage faculty in 2006 She teaches Spanish language and literature and heritage courses She earned her Ph D in American Literature from Read more Isabel Rivero Vila Assistant Professor of Modern Languages Lentz Hall 219 carthage edu 262 551 2122 Professor Isabel Rivero Vilá has taught Spanish and French as an assistant professor at Carthage since 2004 She came to Carthage after teaching Spanish at several institutions in Brittany and Normandy Read more Pascal Rollet Professor of Modern Languages Lentz Hall 428 carthage edu 262 551 5962 Professor Pascal Rollet specializes in 19th century French literature and the culture of modern France He teaches French Spanish and Western Heritage Since coming to Carthage he has been committed Read more Richard Sperber Chair of the Modern Languages Department Associate Professor of Modern Languages Lentz Hall 216 carthage edu 262 551 5879 Professor Richard Sperber teaches both German and Spanish at Carthage He earned his M A from the University of California at San Diego and his Ph D in

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  • Requirements — Modern Languages — Carthage College
    Foreign Languages ACTFL oral proficiency interview and the written proficiency test and receive a rating of Intermediate High or better to beginning their student teaching Students should contact the Modern Language Department as soon as they have decided to seek certification in French German Spanish Chinese or Japanese in order to receive information about preparing for the exam The exams are given by examiners who are independent of the College These examinations are arranged by the Departments of Modern Languages and Education and are paid for by the student Placement and Competency Students who have studied a modern language and plan to continue their studies in that language will be placed at the appropriate level on the basis of previous courses and grades and or a departmentally administered placement test Students completing the Carthage course in which they were placed with at least a grade of C will be awarded credit for the preceding courses in the normal language sequence to a maximum of 12 credits per language Carthage does not administer proficiency examinations in languages not offered at the College Carthage will recognize the results of proficiency examinations in modern languages administered by other colleges and universities or if credit appears on an official transcript All arrangements for and costs related to such examinations are the responsibility of the student Majors and minors in French German and Spanish are required to pass a target language competency exam during the term in which they take 3010 An Overview French German and Spanish Majors Immersion in the linguistic and cultural setting of a foreign country is essential to the formation of a modern language major Our programs for majors are structured around a requisite study abroad experience The courses that modern language majors take prior to traveling abroad will prepare them both linguistically and culturally to profit from this experience Students will immerse themselves in real communicative situations with people of other cultures to become culturally aware and linguistically proficient professionals in an interdependent world Course requirements for French German and Spanish majors 2010 2020 Language acquisition 8 cr 2200 Cultural Awareness Orientation 1 cr 3010 Language acquisition 4 cr During the term in which this course is taken students will take and be required to pass reading and oral competency evaluations Passing scores on these evaluations are required before student can enroll in courses numbered 3080 or higher 3080 The ML Speaking World Social Political Economic Issues 4 cr 3090 The ML Speaking World Cultural and Intellectual Life 4 cr 3110 Interpreting Written Texts in ML 4 cr 4010 Senior Seminar 4 cr 4240 Theater 4 cr OR 4710 Special Topics in the Language 4 cr Also required GNRL 3510 Immersion Abroad 12 16 cr Total 45 49 credits STUDENTS PREPARING TO STUDY ABROAD ARE URGED TO TAKE MLA 2200 Majors are required to study abroad over one term Courses taken at foreign institutions are usually recorded on the student s Carthage transcript as GNR 3510 This is a global

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  • Requirements — Chinese — Carthage College
    3021 Intermediate Oral Chinese II 4070 Advanced Chinese I Choose one 2070 Calligraphy and Chinese Language 3070 Chinese Culture and Language Choose one REL 3140 East Asian Religions HIS 3400 Modern China REL 3130 Buddhism HIS 1200 Issues in Asian History ECN 3100 Political Economy of the Pacific Rim POL 3390 Asian Politics Also required GNRL 3510 Immersion Abroad 12 16 credits Students preparing to study abroad are urged to take MLAN 2200 Cultural Awareness Orientation About the Immersion Abroad Experience Chinese major students are required to spend one term studying abroad Courses taken at foreign institutions are usually recorded on the student s Carthage transcript as GNRL 3510 This is a global designation for experiential learning and courses that may be in history economics political science linguistics art history or a number of other fields supporting the Chinese major When faculty of any department agree a specific course taken abroad may be accepted in lieu of a course in that department and be so noted on the student s transcript Students are strongly urged to get such courses approved by Carthage faculty before taking them GNR 3510 may fulfill the Carthage Symposium requirement See department chair for details Students whose special circumstances do not permit an extended stay abroad must consult with the department chair The Chinese Minor Students pursuing a minor in Chinese must complete 22 credits 2010 Elementary Chinese I 2011 Elementary Oral Chinese 1 2020 Elementary Chinese II 2021 Elementary Oral Chinese 11 2200 Cultural Awareness Orientation 3010 Intermediate Chinese I 3011 Intermediate Oral Chinese 1 3020 Intermediate Chinese II During the term in which this course is taken students are required to pass a written and oral proficiency evaluation A passing score on this evaluation is required before a student can enroll in courses numbered

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  • Requirements — French — Carthage College
    numbered 3080 or higher 3080 The French Speaking World Social Political Economic Issues 3090 The French Speaking World Cultural and Intellectual Life 3110 Interpreting Written Texts in French 4010 Senior Seminar in French 4240 French Theatre OR 400T Topics in French Also required GNR 3510 Immersion Abroad 12 16 credits Students preparing to study abroad are urged to take MLA 2200 Cultural Awareness Orientation About the Immersion Abroad Experience French major are required to spend one term studying abroad Courses taken at foreign institutions are usually recorded on the student s Carthage transcript as GNR 3510 This is a global designation for experiential learning and courses that may be in history economics political science linguistics art history or a number of other fields supporting the French major When faculty of any department agree a specific course taken abroad may be accepted in lieu of a course in that department and be so noted on the student s transcript Students are strongly urged to get such courses approved by Carthage faculty before taking them GNR 3510 may fulfill the Carthage Symposium requirement See department chair for details Students whose special circumstances do not permit an extended stay abroad must consult with the department chair The French Minor Students pursuing a minor in French must complete 22 credits 2010 Intermediate French I 2020 Intermediate French II 3010 Advanced French I During the term in which this course is taken students are required to pass a written and oral proficiency evaluation A passing score on this evaluation is required before a student can enroll in courses numbered 3080 or higher 3110 Interpreting Written Texts in French Choose one 3080 The French Speaking World Social Political and Economic Issues 3090 The French Speaking World Cultural and Intellectual Life At least two additional credits above

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  • Requirements — German — Carthage College
    before a student can enroll in courses numbered 3080 or higher 3080 The German Speaking World Social Political Economic Issues 3090 The German Speaking World Cultural and Intellectual Life 3110 Interpreting Written Texts in German 4010 Senior Seminar in German 4240 German Theatre OR 400T Topics in German Also required GNR 3510 Immersion Abroad 12 16 credits Students preparing to study abroad are urged to take MLA 2200 Cultural Awareness Orientation About the Immersion Abroad Experience German major are required to spend one term studying abroad Courses taken at foreign institutions are usually recorded on the student s Carthage transcript as GNR 3510 This is a global designation for experiential learning and courses that may be in history economics political science linguistics art history or a number of other fields supporting the German major When faculty of any department agree a specific course taken abroad may be accepted in lieu of a course in that department and be so noted on the student s transcript Students are strongly urged to get such courses approved by Carthage faculty before taking them GNR 3510 may fulfill the Carthage Symposium requirement See department chair for details Students whose special circumstances do not permit an extended stay abroad must consult with the department chair The German Minor Students pursuing a minor in German must complete 22 credits 2010 Intermediate German I 2020 Intermediate German II 3010 Advanced German I During the term in which this course is taken students are required to pass a written and oral proficiency evaluation A passing score on this evaluation is required before a student can enroll in courses numbered 3080 or higher 3110 Interpreting Written Texts in German Choose one 3080 The German Speaking World Social Political and Economic Issues 3090 The German Speaking World Cultural and Intellectual

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  • Requirements — Japanese — Carthage College
    ECN 3100 Political Economy of the Pacific Rim POL 3390 Asian Politics Also required GNRL 3510 Immersion Abroad 12 16 credits Students preparing to study abroad are urged to take MLAN 2200 Cultural Awareness Orientation About the Immersion Abroad Experience Chinese major students are required to spend one term studying abroad Courses taken at foreign institutions are usually recorded on the student s Carthage transcript as GNRL 3510 This is a global designation for experiential learning and courses that may be in history economics political science linguistics art history or a number of other fields supporting the Chinese major When faculty of any department agree a specific course taken abroad may be accepted in lieu of a course in that department and be so noted on the student s transcript Students are strongly urged to get such courses approved by Carthage faculty before taking them GNRL 3510 may fulfill the Carthage Symposium requirement See department chair for details Students whose special circumstances do not permit an extended stay abroad must consult with the department chair The Japanese Minor Students pursuing a minor in Japanese must complete 22 credits 2010 Elementary Japanese I 2011 Elementary Oral Japanese 1 2020 Elementary Japanese II 2021 Elementary Oral Japanese 11 2200 Cultural Awareness Orientation 3010 Intermediate Japanese I 3011 Intermediate Oral Japanese 1 3020 Intermediate Japanese II During the term in which this course is taken students are required to pass a written and oral proficiency evaluation A passing score on this evaluation is required before a student can enroll in courses numbered 308 or higher 3021 Intermediate Oral Japanese II Choose one 2070 Calligraphy and Japanese Language 3070 Japanese Culture and Language 4070 Advanced Japanese I At least two additional credits above 301 in the target language Honors in the Major The Carthage

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