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  • Resources — Pre-Law — Carthage College
    school information The Jurist ABA Legal Information answers to everyday legal questions Legal Blogs Scotusblog devoted to all things U S Supreme Court Above the Law a legal tabloid Best Law Blog 2007 The Volokh Conspiracy Ernie the Attorney practicing law in New Orleans Law Fraternities Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity International a fraternity both for prelaw and law students Join the Carthage chapter Legal Research Lexis Nexis legal database at Carthage Carthage subscribers only Findlaw Electronic Frontier Foundation digital and information technology law Law Schools US News World Report Law School Rankings only limited access full results require subscription Bar Associations and Lawyer Organizations American Bar Association American Association for Justice State Bar Association of Wisconsin including Wisconsin Lawyer Illinois State Bar Association Federal Courts Federal Judiciary Home Page links to all Federal Courts U S Supreme Court Site Circuit Courts of Appeals 7th Circuit Midwest IL WI IN 9th Circuit Western States District Courts See Federal Judiciary Page above State Courts Wisconsin Court System including WI Supreme Court Illinois Court System including IL Supreme Court State Legislatures Legislation Wisconsin State of Wisconsin Web Page executive judicial and legislative branches Illinois Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence

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  • Alumni — Pre-Law — Carthage College
    at what recent graduates are doing Karen T Olson Kugler 00 Majors Economics and Pre Law Ms Kugler is now a family law attorney She has worked on a number of cases involving the division of million or multi million dollar estates unique financial and legal issues and complex custody issues Read more Anamarie Jezo 09 Majors Business and Pre Law Ms Jezo currently attends law school at the University of Wisconsin Madison Read more Whitney A Shartle Majors Business and Marketing Ms Shartle is currently attending law school and says Both the curriculum and the personal attention provided by the Carthage faculty gave me educational opportunities that most college students never have the privilege of experiencing Read more Kelly Stengert 07 Majors Psychology and Music Kelly is currently a third year law student at Hamline University School of Law Read more Erik Guenther 99 Majors Economics and Business Administration Erik was recently called a rising star in the state legal establishment and already a teacher in cutting edge legal issues by the Wisconsin State Journal He spent six months training lawyers and other justice officials in Afganistan Read more Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery

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  • A Word From the Department — Psychology — Carthage College
    psychology majors participate in collecting and analyzing data during their time at Carthage Carthage psychology faculty provide many opportunities for research experience Projects currently underway with human subjects involve visual perception and olfaction during pregnancy Research in the Carthage rat lab involves animal models of early natal drug exposure and stress disorders We also offer field work opportunities for those students who wish to experience the application of psychology in the community Nationally the majority of psychology majors do not pursue careers directly related to the science of psychology However the skills and knowledge learned in the psychology major tend to be applicable in many diverse opportunities after graduation Regardless of what you plan to do with a psychology major we believe that we provide a high quality traditional psychology curriculum with hands on experiences We hope you will choose psychology at Carthage If you have any questions please feel free to contact any one of us in the department Daniel Miller Chair Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Program Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience Lentz Hall 420 262 551 5967 dmiller carthage edu Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the

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  • Faculty — Psychology — Carthage College
    interests include idiographic versus nomothetic perspectives as they Read more Daniel Miller Chair of the Psychology Department Director of the Neuroscience Program Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience Lentz Hall 420 carthage edu 262 551 5967 Professor Daniel Miller has a Ph D in psychology and neural science from Indiana University an M P A in health care administration from Long Island University and a B A in psychology from Read more Penny Seymoure Associate Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience Lentz Hall 422 carthage edu 262 552 5515 Professor Penny Seymoure came to Carthage in 2000 from the University of Denver where she spent two years as a postdoctoral fellow and research consultant Prior to that she spent Read more Ingrid Tiegel Professor of Psychology Lentz Hall 224 carthage edu 262 551 5857 Professor Ingrid Tiegel is a developmental psychologist interested in the areas of attachment behavior sibling relations early childhood interventions and education health psychology and youth at risk for psychopathology She Read more 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 Now Current Students Faculty The Bridge My Carthage For Faculty Faculty

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  • Requirements — Psychology — Carthage College
    are met The Psychology Major Students pursuing the psychology major complete 48 credits Required take all PYC 1500 Introduction to Psychology SSC 2330 Social Science Behavioral Research Statistics PYC 2900 Experimental Psychology PYC 3700 Thesis Development Breadth courses take four PYC 2100 Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience PYC 2200 Social Psychology PYC 2300 Cognition PYC 2450 Abnormal Psychology PYC 2850 Child and Adolescent Development Depth courses take three Majors also are required to take three depth courses after they have met the prerequisites for the respective depth course These depth courses include PYC 3150 Sensation and Perception PYC 3350 Tests and Measurements PYC 3450 Contemporary Issues in Sex and Gender PYC 3500 Sensation and Perception PYC 3650 Childhood Psychopathology PYC 3750 Personality PYC 3950 Neuroscience II PYC 400T Topics Electives take one or more PYC 200T Topics PYC 4000 Senior Seminar PYC 4700 Field Work PYC 4990 Senior Thesis Completion All majors are required to complete a thesis Thesis projects are begun in the course titled Thesis Development 3700 The Psychology Minor Students seeking a psychology minor must complete 24 credits PYC 1500 Introduction to Psychology PYC 2900 Experimental Psychology SSC 2330 Social Science Behavioral Research Statistics Three additional courses from the listing of the department Independent Study and Field Work Students desiring to enroll in Independent Study or Field Work in psychology must consult the chair of the department of psychology regarding deadlines and other procedural details Students involved in an overseas language experience should consult with the chair of the Psychology Department about the completion of their Senior Thesis in Senior Seminar 4000 Social Science Majors Students with a broad field Social Science major with a concentration in psychology should complete a minor in psychology and a Senior Thesis in psychology They should be enrolled in Thesis Development 3700

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  • Special Programs — Psychology — Carthage College
    and watch movies featuring female protagonists to explore the psychological appeal of the genre Hollywood Does Psychology An Introduction to Psychology Through Film in which students will study films such as Gran Torino Ma Vie En Rose Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Twelve Angry Men Occupational Therapy 3 2 program Occupational therapists utilize many psychology tools in their assessment observation and treatment of special needs children elderly and other patients For this reason many psychology majors are interested in Carthage s 3 2 Occupational Therapy program In this program students complete three years of undergraduate study at Carthage and two years in an occupational therapy graduate program at another school ScienceWorks Entrepreneurial Studies in the Natural Sciences ScienceWorks is a unique offering at Carthage The program focuses on the business of science by integrating important skills such as written and oral communication graphics and artwork business accounting management and marketing Students get hands on experience and coursework that prepares them for the job market and career advancement SURE Summer Undergraduate Research Experience SURE offers Carthage students the opportunity to work one on one with Dr Miller or Dr Seymoure during the summer doing real research work Students receive a stipend room and board on campus and a small research budget Additional funding is available with any psychology faculty member for social science summer research projects Pre Health Carthage offers many ways for students to prepare for medical school or graduate programs for the health professions The College serves students who are interested in dentistry medicine nursing occupational therapy optometry pharmacy physical therapy veterinary and public health Pre health students are assigned a faculty advisor who will assist them in determining which courses they should take and which career best suits their interests and ultimate goals Learn more about

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  • Opportunities — Psychology — Carthage College
    Stampfl 07 and Prof Penny Seymoure at the Midstates Consortium at the University of Chicago in 2006 The poster was the documentation of Sarah s summer reseach at Carthage through a Social Science Undergraduate Research Experience grant Conferences Competitions Psychology students are encouraged to present their research findings at regional and national conferences This exposure is especially valuable for students who plan to pursue their Ph D in psychology or a career in research It gives students an advantage when they re applying for graduate school or medical school says professor Dan Miller J Term J Term is a month long period of study in January in which Carthage students are invited to delve into a single subject on campus or explore a topic in a study tour to another country Psychology faculty offer interesting courses on campus every J Term J Term 2010 courses offered by the Psychology Department include Whodunit in which students will read several murder mysteries and watch movies featuring female protagonists to explore the psychological appeal of the genre Hollywood Does Psychology An Introduction to Psychology Through Film in which students will study films such as Gran Torino Ma Vie En Rose Eternal Sunshine of

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  • News & Events — Psychology — Carthage College
    and Indigenous Rights with the Environment 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 Alumni Achievements Troy Okel 08 transitions from mind power to nuclear power Petty Officer Second Class Troy Okel 08 serves his country by maintaining one of eight nuclear reactors on the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise more Psychology Department seeks Assistant Professor Carthage College invites applications for a non tenure track one year appointment at the assistant professor rank in psychology to begin August 2012 We seek a colleague with broad interests from a wide range of sub specialties in psychology and enthusiasm for teaching more Student Achievement English majors present research at national literature conference Emily Kolesar 12 and Rachelle Ramos 12 were selected to present their senior theses at the National Undergraduate Literature Conference in April more Carthage students receive national recognition for efforts to destigmatize mental illness Active Minds wins national Innovation Award for Speak Out Reach Out series 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 FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS New book by Carthage professors examines ecotourism Professors Penny Seymoure and Jeffrey Roberg examine the impact of tourism on indigenous and local populations more Research Opportunity Carthage psychology professor launches new pregnancy study Prof Leslie Cameron with student Brittney Helbig 12 will study odor memory during a woman s first trimester Volunteers wanted more NATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE CONFERENCE AT CARTHAGE Carthage to host neuroscience meeting Scientists from around the country will convene at Carthage on Thursday Sept 22 for the annual meeting of the Stress and Motivated Behavior Institute SMBI in advance

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