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  • Student Organizations — Communication and Digital Media — Carthage College
    than 400 collegiate chapters The goals of Lambda Pi Eta are to recognize foster and reward outstanding scholastic achievement in communication studies stimulate interest in the field of communication promote and encourage professional development among communication majors provide an opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas in the field of communication establish and maintain closer relationships and mutual understanding between speech communication studies faculty and students and explore options for graduate education in communication studies Draft Draft is the Carthage chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Art Founded in 2008 the group is an organization of communication and design students dedicated to expanding their knowledge in the field and developing their portfolios Student members expand their resumes network share ideas and grow with each other in their fields The Current The Current is Carthage s student run weekly newspaper It affords students the opportunity to develop as graphic designers reporters photographers and business managers It is open to students of all majors and encourages individual initiative and involvement Visit the Current s website The Driftwood Members of the all student staff of The Driftwood Carthage s yearbook work throughout the school year to preserve the memories of Carthage traditions and

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  • Videos — Communication and Digital Media — Carthage College
    of an Eye filmed and edited by students is a tribute to the Class of 2013 2012 Commencement Film A Knight to Remember the video tribute to the Carthage Class of 2012 2010 Commencement Film A Work in Progress the video tribute to the Class of 2010 Every year students in Carthage s CDM Department create a video tribute to the graduating class Professor Chilsen Communication and Digital Media Professor

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  • Professors pen chapters for new textbook — Carthage News — Carthage College
    new textbook April 18 2013 by Tom Applegarth Chapters written by Communication and Digital Media professor Paul Chilsen and adjunct professor of education Christine Wells are featured in the new textbook Enhancing Instruction with Visual Media Utilizing Video and Lecture Capture The book provides unique approaches for integrating visual media into the classroom by covering the impact media has on learning and providing visual options for educators to use We learn by doing Prof Chilsen said You become a better reader if you know how to write and you become a better listener when you have some training in public speaking Screen literacy is no different If we are sending students out into the world without this type of education we re sending them into the workforce without a vital tool Prof Chilsen s chapter focuses on adapting to student bodies that are enormously screen centered and the related need to educate with screen media in a much more intentional way Prof Wells chapter focuses on the digital footprints that students leave From social media profiles to e portfolios showcasing work management of personal information put online is vitally important The personal is now public she said The onus is on us to know how we look to an ever expanding online audience The book will be available in Hedberg Library and will be used by faculty on campus We have to adapt to what technology has given us and continue to further explore Prof Chilsen said The outcomes are new and very exciting and very important News English honor society hosts reading event with Kenosha school Carthage faculty chosen to participate in humanities program Alumnus takes faculty position at renowned London university Student blog describes action during Omrit excavation Carthage RockSat team prepares for launch Carthage welcomes luncheon speaker

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  • News from the Computer Science Department — Computer Science at Carthage — Carthage College
    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 From Carthage to Carnegie Mellon to software engineering in NYC Since graduating in 2011 Isaac Rothenbaum has earned a master s degree in software engineering joined an e commerce company in New York City and founded his own startup company See where Carthage has taken him more STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT Carthage student honored for research in computer science Nathan Fulton 13 receives silver award at premier computer science conference and two others present their summer research more Alumni Achievements Carthage alumnus recognized for ongoing malaria research Samson Kiware 07 and his innovative malaria research were featured in a magazine published by Marquette University where he s pursuing a doctorate more Undergraduate Research See Carthage students work launched into space Watch video from a NASA range as educational experiments take a suborbital flight more SURE 2012 SURE program seeks applicants Students are invited to apply now for the 2012 Natural Sciences or Social Sciences Summer Undergraduate Research Experience more REAL RESULTS SURE Poster Session Tuesday Students who participated in the 2011 Summer Undergraduate Research Experience will present their research at a poster session in Hedberg Library on Tuesday Sept 13 The poster session will be held from 11 30 a m to 1 p m more EXPERTS AT CARTHAGE World renowned virologist to speak at Carthage Carthage welcomes back to campus alumnus Dr John Jack Johnson 67 Sept 8 for the first Natural Sciences Colloquium of the 2011 12 academic year more Undergraduate Research From SURE research to certain results Carthage s Summer Undergraduate Research Experience leads to real world success more UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SURE students begin summer research The Carthage Summer Undergraduate Research Experience offers

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  • A Word from the Computer Science Department — Computer Science at Carthage — Carthage College
    help get you there Computer science is a field that requires a mix of analytical skills complex reasoning technical know how and creativity Our goal is to provide our students with the know how and then give them plenty of opportunities to analyze difficult problems and express their creativity with rock solid implementations to those problems We can accomplish this goal because we offer small classes from a knowledgeable faculty Our students get to know us and we get to know our students The Computer Science Department s faculty is a diverse group with many interests and varying backgrounds in the sciences We offer classes in the latest technologies and provide opportunities for undergraduate research In most J Terms a computer science topics course is offered that explores a cutting edge area of computer science The intense J Term provides a unique opportunity to study a hot new topic in depth The U S Department of Labor projects that computer science related jobs will be among the fastest growing in the United States over the next 10 years They report that job prospects are excellent for people with at least a bachelor s degree in computer science Many Carthage students spend their summers working in internships in the Chicago or Milwaukee area before entering the work force My colleagues and I look forward to working with bright and energetic students in one of the most interesting fields of study at Carthage Earning a degree in computer science is a challenging task However it is one that can be very rewarding Our goal as a department is to make problem solvers who are capable of handling the complex issues of today and tomorrow Students will carry the skills that they learn at Carthage in the ever changing field of computer science

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  • Computer Science Faculty — Computer Science at Carthage — Carthage College
    Straz Center 204 carthage edu 262 551 5855 Professor Kevin M Crosby teaches in the Physics and Astronomy Department and Computer Science Department at Carthage and has chaired both departments He has taught broadly across the physics curriculum Read more Mark Mahoney Chair of the Computer Science Department Associate Professor of Computer Science DSC 209 B carthage edu 262 551 5869 Professor Mark Mahoney served as a senior software engineer at Motorola and an adjunct instructor of computer science at Roosevelt University prior to joining the Carthage faculty in 2002 His Read more Wenjie Sun Associate Professor of Geography and Earth Science Computer Science and Asian Studies Straz Center B10 B carthage edu 262 551 2377 Professor Wenjie Sun teaches courses in Geographic Information Science GIS Satellite Image and Air Photo Analysis Human Geography and Geography of East Asia She has also led multiple interdisciplinary themed Read more Erlan Wheeler Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science Straz Center 231 carthage edu 262 551 5948 Professor Erlan Wheeler divides his teaching between mathematics and computer science and has conducted research in the area of combinatorics He earned his Ph D from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Read more Keep Exploring Areas

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  • Computer Science Courses at Carthage — Computer Science at Carthage — Carthage College
    credits Mark Mahoney Erlan Wheeler An examination of advanced programming techniques for problem solving and manipulating data using primarily object oriented approaches Prerequisite CSC 1120 Fall CSC 3050 Object Oriented Programming 4 credits 4 credits Staff An introduction to object oriented design techniques including encapsulation inheritance and polymorphism Other features of modern object oriented programming languages are covered as well including exception handling garbage collection event handling and threads A modern object oriented language such as Java will be used Prerequisite CSC 1120 CSC 3210 Computing Paradigms 4 credits 4 credits Staff A survey of language design issues and run time behavior of several programming languages suitable for different problem solving paradigms structured functional object oriented Prerequisite CSC 2560 CSC 3410 Database Design and Management 4 credits 4 credits Staff An introduction to database methods including data models relational object oriented network and hierarchical database design and modeling implementation and accessing methods and SQL Students will design and implement a database using a database management system Prerequisite CSC 1120 Spring CSC 3450 Computer System Administration 4 credits 4 credits Kevin Crosby A practical development of principles and technologies for the administration of computer networks Topics covered include installation mail services administering users disk space peripherals backups maintenance security and intercomputer communications Special schedule Prerequisite CSC 1110 J Term CSC 3530 Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Modeling 4 credits 4 credits Staff This course explores the primary approaches for developing computer programs that display characteristics that we would think of as being intelligent Students will analyze how intelligent systems are developed and implemented with a focus on exploring how human behavior on cognitive tasks can be used to inform the development of these artificial systems as well as how the performance and behavior of these artificial systems can inform our understanding of human cognition Prerequisite CSC 2560 or with permission of instructor CSC 3600 Data Communications 4 credits 4 credits Kevin Crosby Mark Mahoney An examination of data communications and communications networks including signal encoding multiplexing circuit and packet switched networks TCP IP WANs LANs and intranets Prerequisite CSC 1120 Fall CSC 3730 Operating Systems 4 credits 4 credits Mark Mahoney A study of the basic components and concepts of a multitasking operating system including processes scheduling resource management I O and file systems virtual memory security and semaphores Prerequisite CSC 2510 Spring CSC 3750 Algorithms 4 credits 4 credits Erlan Wheeler This course studies various problem solving strategies and examines the classification design complexity and efficiency of algorithms Prerequisite CSC 1120 and either MTH 1060 OR MTH 1240 Spring CSC 4000 Senior Seminar 1 credit 1 credit Staff Students review and discuss current issues and trends in Computer Science Prerequisite Senior standing Fall CSC 400T Topics in Computer Science 1 4 credits 1 4 credits Staff A course of variable content on topics not covered in other courses offered by the department Possible topics may include artificial intelligence computer graphics functional programming human computer interaction object oriented programming and other advanced

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  • Computer Science Major and Minor Requirements — Computer Science at Carthage — Carthage College
    major or minor in computer science Please note Current students should follow the printed version of the College Catalog and work with their advisors and the department chair to ensure all requirements are met The Computer Science Major The computer science major consists of 45 credits Required courses take all CSC 1110 Principles of Computer Science I CSC 1120 Principles of Computer Science II CSC 2510 Computer Organization CSC 2560 Data Structures MTH 1240 Discrete Structures CSC 4000 Senior Seminar 1 credit Students also must take six computer science courses numbered above 3000 A student majoring in computer science and planning to attend graduate school should take additional mathematics courses such as Calculus I Calculus II and Linear Algebra and consider minoring in Mathematics A student majoring in computer science and considering an industrial career is strongly advised to consider minoring in the Entrepreneurial Studies in the Natural Sciences ESNS program Computer Science Minor Students pursuing a minor in computer science must successfully complete CSC 1110 Principles of Computer Science I CSC 1120 Principles of Computer Science II Three additional computer science courses numbered above 2000 MTH 1240 Discrete Structures Academic Resources Areas of Study Academic Calendar College Catalog Course

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