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  • Careers in History — History at Carthage — Carthage College
    environment History also provides students with the tools for a lifetime of meaningful work and intellectual endeavor Critical thinking effective oral communication and good writing are the skills that are developed through the study of history These skills provide the foundation for successful careers in law business journalism government education the ministry and other fields Learn more about the career outlook for history majors at Carthage Career Services This list of possible careers includes careers requiring differing degrees of education and training Archivist Curator Attorney Public Historian Folklorist Records Manager Museum Interpreter Pastor History Professor Congressional Aide Librarian Lobbyist Paralegal Biographer Government Official Urban Administrator Employers of Carthage History Department graduates Wisconsin Electric Digital Mapping Recorder King High School History Teacher Rosewell Branch Library Reference Librarian Department of Defense Oral History Program Director City of Fort Lauderdale Manager War Memorial Auditorium U S Department of HUD Investigator Equal Opportunity Specialist Village of Wilmette IL Urban Planner Executive Office of the President Homeland Security Branch Chief EDI Inventory Control Specialist Snap On Credit Account Manager Harley Davidson Motor Company Logistic Planning Coordinator Carthage grads have pursued graduate studies in social studies history and law Read about Carthage History Graduates Visit the

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  • History Department Alumni — History at Carthage — Carthage College
    to share with you the actual career experiences of a number of our history alumni A brief review of this list will demonstrate better than any general reassurances we can give about the great variety of career opportunities open to history majors Senior Historian State Department Washington D C Year of Graduation 1963 Graduated Advanced Degree Masters Doctorate Degrees Public History Assistant Professor Year of Graduation 1966 Graduated Advanced Degree Masters Doctorate Degrees Art History Superintendent of Schools Year of Graduation 1967 Graduated Advanced Degree Masters Degree Education Vice President Manufacturing Steel Company Year of Graduation 1972 Graduated Advanced Degree Masters Degree History Social Worker Year of Graduation 1973 Graduated Advanced Degree Masters Degree Social Work College Counselor Year of Graduation 1973 Graduated Advanced Degree Masters Degree Guidance and Counseling State Director Federal Motor Carrier Safety Admin Year of Graduation 1974 Graduated Advanced Degree N A Assistant Vice President Communications Company Year of Graduation 1975 Graduated Advanced Degree Masters Degree Public Administration Circuit Court Judge Year of Graduation 1975 Graduated Advanced Degree Doctor of Jurisprudence Records Information Manager with Utilities Company Year of Graduation 1976 Graduated Advanced Degree Masters Degree History Public Librarian Year of Graduation 1977 Graduated Advanced Degree Masters Degree Library Science Sales Representative Year of Graduation 1986 Graduated Advanced Degree N A Accountant President of Accounting Firm Year of Graduation 1986 Graduated Advanced Degree Masters Degree Taxation Attorney Year of Graduation 1987 Graduated Advanced Degree Doctor of Jurisprudence Newspaper Editor Year of Graduation 1987 Graduated Advanced Degree N A Pastor Year of Graduation 1991 Graduated Advanced Degree Masters Degrees Arts and Divinity President of Construction Development Company Year of Graduation 1991 Graduated Advanced Degree N A Law Enforcement Officer Evidence Technician Year of Graduation 1995 Graduated Advanced Degree Doctor of Jurisprudence Historic Interpreter Year of Graduation 1995

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  • Carthage sophomore wins Best Paper Award at conference — Carthage News — Carthage College
    Carthage student Matthew Wehmeier 15 a history major from Schaumburg Ill won the Best Paper Award at the Midwest regional Phi Alpha Theta Conference at Ferris State University in Big Rapids Mich Matthew s recognition marks the fifth year in a row that Carthage has been honored with at least one Best Paper Award at a major Phi Alpha Theta conference Matthew s paper focused on Britain s diplomacy with the Confederacy during the Civil War Phi Alpha Theta is the national honor society for the discipline of history and is the nation s second oldest honor society Matthew s paper Cotton War and Independence British Intervention in the American Civil War was judged on the basis of research writing analysis and oral presentation This is a great honor made all the more exciting by the fact that I am only a sophomore Matthew said I look forward to remaining active in Phi Alpha Theta in the coming years and hope to present at another conference in the near future 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

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  • Faculty — International Political Economy — Carthage College
    College Indiana Read more Jerald Mast Associate Professor of Political Science Clausen Center 222 carthage edu 262 551 5397 Professor Jerald Mast primarily teaches and researches in the field of public policy particularly the ways in which public values opinions and participation affect the democratic character of decisions within Read more Julio Rivera Provost Professor of Geography and Earth Science Lentz Hall 303 carthage edu 262 551 5850 Julio Rivera was named Provost in 2010 Before that he taught courses in geographic information science GIS satellite image interpretation and urban economic and cultural geography His research focuses on Read more Jeffrey Roberg Professor of Political Science Straz Center B10J carthage edu 262 551 5805 Professor Jeffrey Roberg teaches courses in comparative politics and international relations His research and teaching previously focused on the former Soviet Union and its successor states exploring issues of human 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 Robert Schlack Professor of Economics Clausen Center 218 carthage edu 262 551 5831 Professor Robert Schlack specializes in international political economy urban and regional economics institutional economics and economies in transition He has had several articles published in the Journal of Economic Issues 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 comparative literature from the Read more Joseph Wall Chair of the Business Administration Department

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  • Courses — International Political Economy — Carthage College
    include but are not limited to economic and political integration theories of direct foreign investment and international production economic development the political economy of the global environment and international governance Spring ECN 4050 Seminar in International Political Economy 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff Serving as a capstone for the international political economy major the seminar goes beyond disciplinary lines in an attempt to further integrate diverse and often competing perspectives methodologies and values A research thesis on a topic of individual student s choice made in consultation with an advisor is required along with an oral presentation to faculty and students involved in the program Prerequisite Senior standing Spring Geography and Earth Science Courses Carthage Department of Geography Earth Science GEO 2100 The Human Landscape 4 credits Instructors Patricia Murphy Julio Rivera An overview of contemporary themes in cultural human geography which stresses the changing and changeable relationship between people and the environment Topics include examination of urban rural and suburban landscapes their functionality how the human environment describes the culture and its values the cultural basis for environmental problems the origin and spread of human culture human migration and the distribution of population Listed as Geography 2100 and Sociology 2060 Fall Spring GEO 2300 Economic Geography 4 credits Instructors Patricia Murphy Julio Rivera A study of resource location and utilization population and labor force characteristics and the production and distribution of goods and service in selected regions of the world and its sustainability Fall Spring GEO 3500 Transportation Geography and Business Logistics 4 credits Instructors Julio Rivera Wenjie Sun An examination of industrial location theory site selection analysis market and service area estimation network analysis and planning the allocation problem and related geographic data gathering and analysis techniques which are applicable to the production and distribution of goods and services Fall Spring Political Science Courses Carthage Department of Political Science POL 1050 Introduction to International Relations 4 credits Instructor Jeffrey Roberg This course offers an introduction to the major concepts and theories in international politics and their application to the events of the postwar world particularly the Cold War and the North South conflict Attention is also given to disruptive forces in the international community such as the nuclear arms race and ethnic conflict as well as those forces such as the United Nations that contribute to world order Fall POL 200T Topics in Political Science 1 4 credits Instructor Staff This course covers selected topics such as jurisprudence international law women and politics U S foreign policy in Central America art and politics politics of developing areas political socialization the Presidency criminal justice and internal security The course content will determine in which area credit will be given POL 2050 Philosophical Foundations of Political Economy 4 credits Instructor Arthur Cyr An introduction to the philosophical foundations of political economy from classical times through the Enlightenment and to the modern era Students will read discuss and analyze the works of both European political economists Smith Ricardo Mill and

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  • Requirements — International Political Economy — Carthage College
    earth science and business Students also take a class about the French German or Spanish speaking world 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 IPE Major The International Political Economy major consists of 48 credits ECN 1030 Issues in Economics ECN 3270 International Trade ECN 4030 International Political Economy ECN POL 4050 Seminar in International Political Economy POL 1050 Introduction to International Relations POL 2050 Philosophical Foundations of Political Economy MGT 3710 International Management Choose one ECN 2510 Intermediate Microeconomics ECN 2520 Intermediate Macroeconomics Choose three ECN 200T 400T Topics in Economics ECN 3290 International Finance ECN 3300 Law and Economics POL 200T 400T Topics in Political Science MGT 3730 The International Legal Environment of Business ACC 3750 International Accounting and Finance GEO 2100 The Human Landscape GEO 2300 Economic Geography GEO 3500 Transportation Geography and Business Logistics FRN 3080 The French Speaking World OR GER 3080 The German Speaking World OR SPN 3080 The Spanish Speaking World Choose one ECN BUS 2340 Applied Statistics for Economics and Management SSC 2330 Behavioral Research Statistics Academic Resources Areas of

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  • Senior Projects by International Political Economy Majors — International Political Economy — Carthage College
    Katie Niemeyer The Causality of Interventionist Policies The United States and the Islamic Republic of Iran Megan Neacy Turkish Immigration in Germany an Institutional Examination on the Success of Turkish Immigration in Germany Adam Marshall The Case of a Disappearing Nation A Critical Review of International Environmental Politics Megan Phelps Take a look of past projects by Carthage international political economy alumni Regional Trade and Latin America Mike Gillespie China and Study in the United States Jason Hartfield The Reagan Administration s Economic Policies Austin Krueger China and the World Trade Organization Kaitlin Lowry Turkey and the European Union Lauren Schoepke Russia and the World Trade Organization Adam Sachs Greece Financial Crisis and the European Union Kirsten Thomas China and Foreign Investment Jenessa Puno Globalization and Women in India Charlotte Finch Brazil Ethanol Program Kate Frese International Monetary Regimes and a Central Bank Jared Fryksdale The Military Industrial Complex Cody Hilton Past and Present Comparative Advantage Chumley Hodgson Impediments to Economic Development in Afghanistan Adeeba Karimi Laws and Statutes as Means of Development Josh Lamers China s Economic Development Trevor Lipsett Ethics and Corporate Governace Amy Santiago Balkanization and Regionalism in Spain Ana Soskic Human Trafficking or Role of Women

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  • Special Programs — International Political Economy — Carthage College
    presentations Guest speakers have also met with students in their classes Past Programs James Bittman Finding Your Own Pot of Gold James Bittman Chapman Executive in Residence at Carthage and faculty member at the Options Institute and the Illinois Institute of Technology spoke at Carthage on Wednesday March 17 2010 He gave a presentation on options trading Read more Brady Corporation Supports SIFE In September 2009 the Brady Corporation Foundation awarded the Clausen Center a grant of 150 000 to support the Carthage chapter of SIFE Students in Free Enterprise This global organization emphasizes community service along with business education Faculty adviser David Schlichting of the Department of Business Administration has been highly effective in working with our students to develop a dynamic growing chapter Lincoln Bicentennial Leader Visits Carthage Eileen Mackevich Executive Director of the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission was the Johnson Distinguished Visitor at Carthage at the end of April 2009 A wide range of community as well as College events took place including coverage through Scripps Howard News Service and The China Post as well as Milwaukee and local media Ms Mackevich is founder and long term director of the Chicago Humanities Festival and was a public affairs commentator on WBEZ Public Radio in Chicago Governor Doyle Cabinet Visit Carthage In June 2008 Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle and his Cabinet visited Carthage A breakfast meeting cosponsored with the Kenosha Area Business Alliance KABA provided a superb opportunity for comprehensive review of state policies and challenges regarding the economy education transportation and other matters Great Lakes Forum Professors Gartner Hegrenes Mast and Schlack The Great Lakes face distinctive invasive species challenges On Dec 2 2008 Prof Robert Schlack of Economics analyzed the new Great Lakes Compact Earlier Prof Jerry Mast of Political Science addressed policy aspects while Profs

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