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  • "Calling All Dawns" — Carthage News — Carthage College
    violinist Darlene Rivest performed the world premiere of Christopher Tin s twice Grammy nominated Calling All Dawns at Waterford High School Jan 9 10 The performance directed by Waterford Union High School choral director Derek Machan featured the following Carthage students violinist Laura Lawonn 12 of Brookfield Wis violinist Daena Voelz 11 of Kenosha and cellist Lindsay Fischer 14 of Sheboygan Wis This was a 21 month project taken on by Mr Machan who assembled the 75 piece orchestra and 200 voice choir and arranged for a visit to the premiere by composer Tin 34 is a Los Angeles based composer writing music for films X2 X Men United and Lilo and Stitch 2 video games Civilization IV and Pirates of the Caribbean online television advertising and the recording industry He is currently writing music for Hoodwinked Too Good vs Evil which is due to come out in late February or early March Calling All Dawns is a song cycle in three movements day night and dawn says Tin Each movement corresponds to a different phase of life life death and rebirth In short it s five songs about life three songs about death and four songs about rebirth There are songs of joy mystery and hardship reflecting the complexity of our mortal selves There are songs of the deepest darkest sorrow to accompany us through death And finally there are songs of triumph and exultation that bring us roaring back to life beginning the cycle anew Calling All Dawns includes a song in Swahili in an African gospel style plus others in Hebrew and Farsi Ethnic instruments included Japanese Taiko drums Indian Tabla Indonesian Angklung and the Cajon box drum among many others The piece was scheduled for two performances at Waterford Union High School but due to a

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/news/carthage/2011/01/19/calling-all-dawns/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Requirements — Engineering Program — Carthage College
    Mathematics 1120 Calculus I Mathematics 1220 Calculus II Mathematics 2020 Differential Equations Physics 2200 General Physics I Physics 2210 General Physics II Physics 2470 Mathematics for Scientists Engineers OR Mathematics 2120 Multivariate Calculus GPA Conditions Acceptance into the College of Engineering at UW Madison is contingent on both a three year Carthage GPA of at least 3 0 and a 3 0 GPA in the above required courses Acceptance into the College of Science and Engineering at Minnesota is contingent on a minimum GPA in the above required courses that while varying with each engineering sub field is at least a 2 8 A second program enables Carthage students to receive a Master of Engineering degree from the University of Minnesota in addition to the B A degree from Carthage College following four years at Carthage and typically two years at the College of Science and Engineering Admission is not assured Scholarships Scholarship students in the dual degree program are encouraged to apply to the engineering schools for continuing scholarship support Contact Professor Jean Quashnock Coordinator of the Carthage Dual Degree Program in Engineering for more information Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/engineering/requirements/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Contact Us — Engineering Program — Carthage College
    University of Wisconsin Madison Ann Morris Engineering Transfer Student Office 608 262 3484 morris engr wisc edu http www engr wisc edu University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering Ben Sharpe Dual Degree Coordinator 612 624 8504 sharp003 umn edu http cse umn edu Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the Next Steps Request Information Schedule a Visit Apply

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  • Student Voices — Engineering Program — Carthage College
    t be afraid of physics It s tough but the teachers are there to get you through until you graduate Read more Read student voices featuring graduated students Student Voices Stephanie Finnvik 12 I have so many different interests but going to Carthage I knew that I would have the opportunity to try each before I decided what I really wanted to do Read more Danielle Weiland 14 Don t

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  • The Bard's Appeal: Shakespeare Sonnet Marathon a success — Carthage News — Carthage College
    To commemorate the Bard of Stratford s 448 th birthday Carthage students and faculty engaged in a public reading of their favorite sonnets on April 27 2012 This sonnet marathon was the brain child of Maria Carrig associate professor of English I have wanted to do a sonnet marathon for a long time and two students in my class were seeking honors credit so I had the brilliant idea of letting them organize it Prof Carrig said These two students Rachel Jason 13 and Emily Kolesar 12 have every reason to be proud of this fantastic celebration which came equipped with cake and sparkling apple cider I was excited to see this happen in a public place so that passersby could be drawn in by the beauty of the poetry Rachel said of the event which was held in the Campbell Student Union It feels fantastic to see what a great turnout we had Ms Kolesar added This is the most fun I have had fulfilling an honors contract Beginning with a brief bio of Shakespeare Prof Carrig informed the crowd gathered in the Student Union that sonnets were a popular literary tradition among the Elizabethan aristocracy Students and faculty volunteering to read sonnets arrived with the number of their sonnet emblazoned on their shirts with brightly colored duct tape Once each volunteer had finished reading they were rewarded by being shouted at with a Shakespearean insult delivered by members of Sigma Tau Delta the English honor society Much of the fascination with Shakespeare stems from the awe that people experience when listening to his compositions Shakespeare has a way of commenting on how life really is in a very beautiful way says Miranda Bishop 14 who played the nurse in a student production of Romeo and Juliet last January

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/news/carthage/2012/05/30/the-bards-appeal-shakespeare-sonnet-marathon-a-success/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Brent Nemetz — Meet Carthage English Majors — English at Carthage — Carthage College
    He is the co founder and vice president of the Carthage Pokémon League vice president for Merely Players vice president of the Carthage Japanese Club and a member of the national English Honors Fraternity Sigma Tau Delta My time spent with the organizations I ve been in has been a blast Clubs organizations and student involvement are a huge part of Carthage and Carthage has plenty of opportunities to tailor your student involvement to the exact experience you want it to be Favorite professor I ve learned a lot and have really enjoyed my time with all the professors in the Japanese and English departments But if I had to pick my favorite it would be Prof Alyson Kiesel She s as witty as I wish I could be the material we go over in class is always great and I ve learned a lot from her Favorite class My Japanese 101 class sticks out in my mind I came in really nervous because I didn t have a very good experience learning languages in high school I heard that Carthage taught languages in a different way than high school so I was optimistic The class was a lot of fun and I learned more in the short semester than I ever thought I could The class left a huge impression on me and I decided to make Japanese my second major Toughest class Shakespeare with Prof Maria Carrig was a big challenge I really enjoy Shakespeare but the class was full of upperclassman who really knew their stuff It was a big challenge and I had to spend quite a bit of time studying but I came out feeling confident on the subject Favorite moments at Carthage Last October I took a trip with the English and Theatre departments

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/english/student-voices/brent-nemetz/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Mission Statement — English at Carthage — Carthage College
    and writing skills In addition the department encourages interested students to explore the art and craft of creative writing The creative writing track of the English major encourages serious writers from all majors to develop a passion for creative writing and allows them to expand their understanding and practice of the writing of fiction poetry and creative non fiction The Department of English offers a program with several kinds of students in mind those who are satisfying general education requirements those who wish additional courses in composition literature and creative writing as electives those who wish to complete a teaching major or minor in English and those who wish a major in English as preparation for graduate or professional school or a career in fields such as publishing advertising law civil service journalism public relations and the ministry By majoring in English at Carthage students will develop skills that will aid them in any pursuit that requires the ability to think critically and creatively write articulately and to consider problems from a broad range of perspectives they will develop skills that contribute to their professional and personal lives as informed and effective communicators Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for

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  • Faculty — Environmental Science — Carthage College
    more Jerald Mast Chair Political Science Department Assistant Professor of Political Science Clausen Center 222 jmast1 carthage edu 262 551 5397 Jerald Mast is interested in environmental values and the various ways in which these values are politically expressed by citizens and interest groups and translated into policy Read more Joy Mast Professor of Geography and Earth Science Lentz Hall 308 jmast carthage edu 262 551 5387 Joy Mast focuses her research on forest ecology especially with regards to disturbances and climate change The tools used include tree ring analyses spatial pattern detection and soil sampling Read more Prisca Moore Associate Professor of Education Lentz Hall 336 pmoore carthage edu 262 551 5976 Prisca Moore works with local schools in the areas of environmental and outdoor education She is collaborating with the Root Pike Watershed Project to engage students in water monitoring activities and has established an Outdoor Classroom Solar Greenhouse and Nature Center at the Racine Montessori School as a teaching site for both Carthage and Racine students Read more Elaine Radwanski Assistant Professor of Biology Straz Center 224 eradwanski carthage edu 262 551 5865 After completing her graduate work in botany Elaine R Radwanski spent several years working as a programmer analyst systems analyst and forecast analyst in academia insurance and aerospace Upon her return to graduate study in plant genetics and molecular biology she was awarded both the Plant Science Center Fellowship and the NIH Genetics Trainee Award Read more Jeffrey Roberg Associate Professor of Political Science Straz Center B10J jroberg carthage edu 262 551 5805 Jeffrey Roberg is interested in human rights and eco tourism He studies environmental politics in international relations and has led J Term trips to Argentina Cuba and the Galápagos Islands among other places He is currently exploring the environmental political and

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