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  • Resources — Social Work — Carthage College
    Prospective Students Careers FAQs Resources Transfer Students Recommended Courses for General Education Requirements Department News Student Voices Student Organizations Master of Social Work Assessment Social Work Resources Welfare Welfare to Work American Public Welfare Association Welfare Information Network Human Resources American Public Human Services Association Department of Health and Human Services Children and Families Children s Defense Fund National Partnership for Women and Families National Childcare Information Center Professional Organizations

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/social-work/resources/ (2013-06-13)
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  • For Transfer Students — For Prospective Students — Social Work — Carthage College
    Students Careers FAQs Resources Transfer Students Recommended Courses for General Education Requirements Department News Student Voices Student Organizations Master of Social Work Assessment Social Work For Transfer Students Transfer Tips Prepare for increased reading writing presentations and group work Prior to transferring you may want to Take a college reading or strategic reading course Take an English composition strategic writing or written communication course Take a speech communication oral interpersonal communication or public speaking course Visit your college s writing center for an assessment of your writing and valuable assistance Plan as much availability as possible during the afternoon and late night for group activities once you arrive at Carthage Check out field placements in Lake County Ill See Nineteenth Judicial Circuit Court of Lake County Illinois Social Services Resources for Lake County Illinois Check out field placements in Racine County Wis See 2 1 1 Racine Human Services in Racine County Once you are at Carthage Do not ignore your Carthage e mail Check it frequently Carthage e mail is a major source of communication with all Carthage offices regarding academic campus and personal matters Carthage e mail keeps you up to date with various activities and opportunities that

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/social-work/prospective/transfer/ (2013-06-13)
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  • News & Events — Social Work — Carthage College
    for Integrative Process Recording Process Recording Directions SWK 4200 Log of Activities Instructions for Creating Your Google Site Field Supervisor Resources Prospective Students Careers FAQs Resources Transfer Students Recommended Courses for General Education Requirements Department News Student Voices Student Organizations Master of Social Work Assessment Social Work Current News J Term 2013 In Ghana students witness challenges and diligence of developing nation J Term study tour examined social service challenges religious influences in African nation more Past News On Campus Carthage Diversity Summit to feature speakers training sessions Activities through early April are directed toward Carthage students faculty and staff members and the general public more Student Spotlight Carthage English major presents paper examining gender roles in Anglo Saxon literature Emily Oleson 13 presented That is no good place Agency of the Matriarch in Beowulf a paper that challenges conventional understanding of the Anglo Saxon world as a militaristic place in which women had little or no power more STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT Carthage student only undergraduate interning with prestigious social work organization Desirae Murphy 13 will spend next semester working for the Wisconsin chapter of the National Association of Social Workers more SURE 2012 SURE program seeks applicants Students are invited

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  • Student Voices — Social Work — Carthage College
    for Field Placements Logs for Integrative Process Recording Process Recording Directions SWK 4200 Log of Activities Instructions for Creating Your Google Site Field Supervisor Resources Prospective Students Careers FAQs Resources Transfer Students Recommended Courses for General Education Requirements Department News Student Voices Student Organizations Master of Social Work Assessment Social Work Student Voices Sometimes it can be difficult to decide on a major Take a look at what these students have to say about social work at Carthage to learn about the department from a student s perspective Louis Dimock 13 Even as freshmen students observe with some of the agencies in the area You get involved right away through going out to see different agencies for observation hours Read more Desirae Murphy 13 Carthage s social work program has all the support and resources I need to greatly succeed It more then adequately prepares you for the next step in your future Read more Katy Denton 14 Carthage pulled me in Once here I instantly found my family Read more Read student voices featuring graduated students Student Voices Louis Dimock 13 Even as freshmen students observe with some of the agencies in the area You get involved right away

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  • Student Organizations — Social Work — Carthage College
    This women s service fraternity works on numerous projects for both the Carthage and Kenosha Racine communities including volunteering for Special Olympics and at nursing homes Members must maintain a 2 0 and complete 10 hours of service each semester United Women of Color This group provides leadership opportunities hosts activities to enrich its members socially and academically strengthens the image of minority women in the Carthage community and works to build respect and tolerance between all students Membership is open to all students Pals and Partners This program pairs Carthage students with community children who are identified as at risk because of home life or experiences in school Carthage students provide positive role models for the children and hold activities after school Alpha Mu Gamma This national honorary foreign language fraternity aims to celebrate the cultural differences of our global society and to honor those who have excelled academically in foreign languages The group sponsors campus educational and social events Black Student Union BSU aims to provide leadership opportunities for its members sponsor activities that furnish social and academic enrichment for black students strengthen the image of black students in the Carthage community work towards building respect and tolerance between all races and foster a unified bond between all students The group is open to all interested students Allies A group of students faculty and staff of all sexual orientations working together to make Carthage more accepting and understanding The ALLY group sponsors social and educational events and programming to help educate and raise awareness of issues involving gender identity and sexual orientation Carthage chapter of the NAACP The purpose and aims of the Carthage College Chapter of the NAACP shall be to improve the political educational social and economic status of minority groups to eliminate racial prejudice to

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  • Master of Social Work — Social Work — Carthage College
    Log of Activities Instructions for Creating Your Google Site Field Supervisor Resources Prospective Students Careers FAQs Resources Transfer Students Recommended Courses for General Education Requirements Department News Student Voices Student Organizations Master of Social Work Assessment Social Work Master of Social Work Loyola University of Chicago offers a Master of Social Work program at Carthage taught by Loyola faculty The program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/social-work/msw/ (2013-06-13)
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  • A Word from the Department — Sociology — Carthage College
    development of each student s sociological imagination To this end we expect students enrolled in our courses to be able to thoughtfully analyze the interstices between individual lives and complex social institutions Students are taught to learn how to think critically both about the role of the individual in society and also those social forces that shape individual human behavior Students are encouraged to look beyond their own cultural and perhaps ethnocentric world views to better understand other cultures both present and past In developing the sociological imagination we strive to cultivate in our students competence in the scientific and interpretive techniques that characterize sociology as an academic discipline Students are required to demonstrate theoretical and methodological sophistication We believe it is of utmost importance for students to be well versed in the classical and contemporary theoretical traditions and the various methods of quantitative and qualitative sociological inquiry We seek to strengthen and build our particular areas of teaching and research expertise within sociology These areas include Criminology and criminal justice Cross cultural issues and globalization Inequalities of gender race and class Research methods Theory Finally we strive to help students become better prepared to live in an increasingly complex social world We believe that our graduates should engage the world in meaningful ways We encourage our students to lead civic lives characterized by a sense of responsibility toward others and a sense of compassion that is born of sincere concern for human beings Our goal is to give students the necessary tools to be responsible citizens in our global community while also nurturing sensitivity to and a sophisticated awareness of human diversity We are dedicated to enriching our students experiences and intellectual lives so that they may contribute to the understanding and dismantling of the narrow confines of race

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  • Faculty — Sociology — Carthage College
    Writing Development Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice Lentz Hall 310 carthage edu 262 551 5825 Professor Rick Matthews specializes in criminology specifically state and corporate crime His most recent publications have been in the areas of state corporate crime examining the ways in which state agencies Read more William Miller Academic Research and Assessment Analyst Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice Lentz Hall 330 carthage edu 262 551 5844 Professor William Miller teaches in the Sociology Department and Criminal Justice Program His current research examines mixed martial arts fighting and poker He has published articles on risk taking gambling Read more Linda Noer Professor of Social Work and Sociology Lentz Hall 217 carthage edu 262 551 5829 Professor Linda Noer is exceedingly active in the Kenosha Racine area utilizing her social work skills In addition to her duties at Carthage she has worked since 1982 as a social Read more Wayne Thompson Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice Lentz Hall 205 carthage edu 262 551 5849 Professor Wayne Thompson specializes in social dimensions of religion and crime especially quantitative studies using sample survey research Before he became a professor he served on the research staffs of Read more

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