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  • Carthage Athletic Endowment — List of Endowments — The Carthage Athletic Endowment Program — Give — Carthage College
    at the discretion of the head coach and director of athletics in support of the women s golf program GLENN AND BARBARA MADRIGRANO BASEBALL ENDOWMENT The fund is named in honor of major benefactors of Carthage athletics Glenn and Barbara Madrigrano Mr Madrigrano is the owner of CJW Inc Distributors Each year the athletic department presents the Glenn and Barbara Madrigrano most inspirational player award Other contributors to this fund include alumni coaches and friends of the Carthage baseball team This fund is used at the discretion of the head coach and director of athletics in support of the baseball program STEVE AND MELISSA MAROVICH SPORTS INFORMATION ENDOWMENT This fund established by Steve and Melissa Marovich will honor one or more students who are participants in the athletic program Steve has been the Carthage sports information director since October 1994 and his wife Melissa has been his loyal volunteer assistant throughout that time This fund is used at the discretion of the sports information director and the director of athletics in support of the sports information department MEN S GOLF ENDOWMENT This fund is used at the discretion of the head coach and director of athletics in support of the men s golf program Donations were made to this fund by alumni coaches and friends of the men s golf program MEN S LACROSSE ENDOWMENT This fund is used at the discretion of the head coach and director of athletics in support of the men s lacrosse program Donations were made to this fund by alumni coaches and friends of the men s lacrosse program MEN S TENNIS ENDOWMENT This fund is used at the discretion of the head coach and director of athletics in support of the men s tennis program Donations were made to this fund by alumni coaches and friends of the men s tennis program MEN S VOLLEYBALL ENDOWMENT This fund is used at the discretion of the head coach and director of athletics in support of the men s volleyball program Donations were made to this fund by alumni coaches and friends of the men s volleyball program DIANNE MIZERKA SOFTBALL ENDOWMENT Dianne Mizerka began to lay the foundation of Carthage s women s athletic program when she began teaching at the College in 1966 Dianne was inducted into the Carthage Athletic Hall of Fame in 1985 because she had developed and nurtured a department that continues to produce promising young women athletes Success followed Dianne s teams throughout her coaching career In the early years as charter members of the WWIAC Wisconsin Women s Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Carthage competed against the large Wisconsin state universities and established a winning tradition a tradition that continues today in the CCIW After years of success Dianne left coaching in order to teach students and direct the women s athletic program Each year an award is presented to the outstanding scholar athlete on the women s softball team This fund is used at the discretion of the head

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/give/athletic-endowment-program/list/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Character Quest Alumni Fund Donors — Character Quest Alumni Fund — Character Quest — Carthage College
    Victor and Andrea LaBarbera 95 Barbara Ross Michaela Ross 08 Matthew Tokarz 10 Michelle Jorwic 08 Zawadi Mageni 11 Maryke Taute 07 Joshua TeBeest 09 Sarah Zigman 09 Amount Raised 595 100 percent matched by Gold Six 1 090 Keep it up Help out Gold Six and provide future Commandos the opportunity of a lifetime Every dollar counts Alumni Fund Donations Pledge Options Reconnect with the Character Quest network and

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  • Ways to Give — Give — Carthage College
    more detail and we invite you to contact us with your questions Payment Methods From cash gifts to estate planning Carthage offers ways to give that fit any household budget or any long term financial plan Online Gifts Gifts by Mail Gifts by Telephone Gifts by Text Message Planned Giving Charitable Gift Annuity Gifts of Stock and Securities Gifts of Personal Property Real Estate Matching Gifts Pledges Faculty and Staff

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  • Annual Report 2011 — Annual Reports — About Carthage — Carthage College
    Schmidt Field Booster Club Character Quest Commemorative Bricks Payment Methods Make a Gift Now Report on Giving Recognition Student Voices Why We Give Contact Us Carthage Alumni Annual Reports Annual Report 2011 Open publication Donate Today Use Our Secure Online

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/about/annual-reports/2011 (2013-06-13)
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  • NASA-2009 — Features — Carthage College
    Brown and Cal Tech Prof Crosby said We were the only ones from a liberal arts college A team from Carthage also participated in SEED in 2008 studying the efficiency of lunar dust filtration systems essential to astronaut health This year the team concentrated on a project essential to safe excavation and mining on the moon lunar soil s angle of repose The Experiment The angle of repose is an engineering property of granular materials If you look at any sand pile a grain hill on a farm or a salt mine they all have this very conical shape Prof Crosby explained If you were to measure the angle that the sides make it s a constant angle for a given material It s the point at which everything has to slide Engineers need to know this angle to prevent collapse during any kind of engineering work The Carthage team studied the dynamic angle of repose for various lunar dust simuli They constructed a large rig with three rotating drums Each drum held a simulant and a camera filmed the slope each simulant formed upon rotation Designing and building the rig was a difficult process that took months There were a lot of sleepless nights said Erin Martin a physics major from Lemont Ill who graduated from Carthage in May The results were surprising Gravity had a much greater effect on lunar dust s angle of repose than the students expected On Earth that dust settles at almost a 45 degree angle Martin said In lunar gravity we were watching the drum and just seeing the angle go up and up and up until it was almost at a 90 degree angle It was almost vertical said Brad Frye The gravity definitely impacts the angle I wasn t expecting it to be so dramatic The Weightless Wonder The experiments were conducted over two days aboard NASA s Weightless Wonder Previously nicknamed the Vomit Comet the plane flies a series of rollercoaster like dips and climbs over the Gulf of Mexico Passengers experience 2 G s during each ascent You can hear the engine screaming and it definitely feels and sounds like something a plane shouldn t be doing said Prof Crosby At the top of each parabola passengers experience about 30 seconds of reduced gravity The maneuver is modified to simulate zero gravity lunar gravity 1 6 G or Martian gravity 1 3 G The plane flew mostly lunar parabolas for the students experiments The plane basically drops out of the sky and then climbs back up and drops again Martin said She compared it to jumping on a trampoline in slow motion Moving purposefully is difficult It feels like you re swimming but there s no resistance so when you do this she makes swimming motions nothing happens You feel like you have very little control Passengers experience about 30 parabolas in all Most people felt fine Frye said We saw a few people from the other teams get

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/features/nasa-2009/ (2013-06-13)
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  • First career stop for three Carthage grads: China — Carthage News — Carthage College
    separate schools in Huairou It s part of an educational and cultural exchange between Carthage and the Huairou Education Bureau whose delegation came here for a visit that began March 26 Jason Hartfield Irma Rodriguez Mike Gillespie Jason an International Political Economy and Asian Studies major from Kenosha has already been to China four times His first trip came after high school graduation and the distinctive culture long ago had him planning a lengthier stay The others never thought of the Asian nation as a potential landing spot until this unique opportunity enticed them Irma a Spanish major from Chicago has taken some education classes at Carthage and is considering an eventual return to her family s roots in rural Mexico to earn her teaching certification She s uncertain where the Chinese job will lead but excited to find out I always wanted to be a teacher Irma said I just didn t know how I was going to get there For Mike an International Political Economy and Spanish major from Washington Island Wis a career in business administration will have to wait a year In the meantime he s eager to improve himself by stamping another page in his passport and boosting his fluency in another language Carthage President F Gregory Campbell and Prof Mimi Yang provided recommendations for the students Prof Yang who teaches modern languages said the interest from students in a mix of disciplines proves graduates can seek opportunities beyond the boundaries of their majors A major is an important part of your life but you can always reinvent yourself depending on what is offered she said The Carthage graduates will focus on oral English instruction While students in less developed areas such as Huairou are typically adept at reading the language Prof Yang said many have never heard a native English speaker Listening comprehension is very weak so that s the part where they want Americans presence she said If you have no English skills basically big universities in China don t want you Huairou is a district that straddles the Great Wall about 50 miles north of Beijing Its Education Bureau has a long standing relationship with the College that took on added weight when Carthage President F Gregory Campbell signed an agreement for an educational and cultural exchange during a weeklong visit to the area in 2011 One of the initiatives has been an English language camp Jason and classmate John Gutt Jankowski 14 ran one during J Term 2012 while also learning Chinese as an independent study under Prof Yang While in Huairou he met the principal of the school where he ll be teaching and negotiated terms of employment Jason noticed the Chinese students were fascinated by what Americans consider mundane things For example they showered him with questions about how he spent his time outside of class A lot of places are just opening up to foreigners so they re really curious he said One of his future co workers

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  • Meet Fulbright Scholar Jean Brody — Carthage News — Carthage College
    a Fulbright scholar Ms Brody of Pewaukee Wis is one of two Carthage students to win a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship for the 2012 2013 year It was such a shocking feeling to see that email from the Fulbright program and then click on it said Ms Brody who graduated from Carthage in January with majors in German and English and a minor in secondary education I am looking forward to my classes and the people and the streets and the language she enthused I am looking forward to the food and the unknown and the known and the old friends and family and well everything She will spend the 2012 2013 academic year at a German high school working in a variety of classes and grade levels and serving as a representative of the United States Wisconsin and Carthage The Fulbright application process Fulbright Teaching Assistantships are awarded as part of a national competition after pre selection on campus This year s Fulbright winners received the support of the Carthage Fulbright Committee headed by history professor Steve Udry He and other faculty members guided applicants as they gathered application materials wrote essays and requested faculty recommendations Applicants were interviewed by the Fulbright Committee and then rated before their applications were sent on to be part of the national competition Ms Brody worked closely with her professors on the application Without Prof Greg Baer and Prof Richard Sperber and their contact I would have been off in left field she said Writing and talking with them gave me a great advantage Fulbright Teaching Assistants receive a monthly stipend medical insurance and an allowance for books and materials in addition to round trip transportation to the host country They are also able to participate in activities sponsored by the Fulbright Commission in their host countries and take part in networking opportunities with other Fulbright Scholars Ms Brody views her Fulbright year as a chance to deepen her commitment to service while enhancing her understanding of the ways that students learn She plans to teach at the high school level upon her return from her Fulbright year Undergraduate involvement While at Carthage Ms Brody worked as a German tutor and as a receptionist in the Office of College Relations Her senior thesis in German examined the intersection of Friedrich Schilling s philosophy with the literary and filmic work of Peter Schneider Fritz Lang and Wim Wenders Her thesis in English also combined literature and film and examined the notions of enchantment and technology in Thoreau s Walden and Cameron s Avatar She completed her student teaching at Tremper High School and Mahone Middle School in Kenosha Before receiving the Fulbright Teaching Assistantship she was awarded a Congress Bundestag Youth Exchange Scholarship Carthage s German Scholarship and the DAAD Undergraduate Scholarship for study in Germany The friends I met at Carthage prepared me spiritually for this journey Ms Brody said The professors prepared me academically professionally and creatively Even though I think my first

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/news/carthage/2012/04/18/meet-fulbright-scholar-jean-brody/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Meet Fulbright Scholar Kayleen Hannigan — Carthage News — Carthage College
    to hear the news about Fulbright Kay said My grandparents in particular were excited and hope to come visit me while I am teaching as they have never been to Germany and are both of German descent My parents just keep telling me how proud they are which means a ton and I loved seeing their huge smiles at Convocation when they heard A triple major in German studio art and art history Kay spent one semester of her junior year studying at the Ludwig Maximilians Universität in Munich and also visited Berlin during a 2010 J Term study tour Living in Munich was amazing she said I loved the people and how eager everyone is to exchange ideas and learn not just about each other s languages but also culture As a teaching assistant in Germany Kay hopes to combine her love of language her talents as an artist and art lover and her interest in board games like Apples to Apples to offer students with diverse learning styles lessons that will captivate their interests and offer insight into U S culture English language board games like Apples to Apples play on language which I thought would be good to use in the classroom she explained I can also use my art to teach in different ways Here at Carthage Kay is an RA in the Oaks Residential Village a fixture in the Student Financial Aid Office where she has worked for four years and a regular on the Dean s List She has received three endowed scholarships and an academic honors scholarship She has held internships with the Racine Art Museum in Racine Wis participated in the Flame Leadership program and worked as an orientation leader for two years As a triple major she spent her senior year working on three senior theses She wrote her thesis in German on Heinrich Heine s Deutschland Ein Wintermärchen and her thesis in art history on the 17th century Dutch painter Albert Cuyp s views on humans as part of the natural landscape For her thesis project in studio art she exhibited her own landscapes in a student show titled Eine Welt ohne Farben A World Without Color Kay thanks professors like Anne Cassidy Karl Seigfried and Greg Baer for pushing her toward new opportunities Greg Baer has been my advisor forever she said He s always saying Go for it Do it Push harder to do this He believes that everyone can and he ll help if you struggle At Carthage I ve gotten the chance to dabble in anything I wanted and work with anyone I wanted she says My professors will call me on the phone and say Why were you late for class It s that personal attention that makes coming here so awesome I think that s my favorite part of Carthage Now that she s facing her last few days at Carthage she counts studying abroad meeting her friends and even the weird weather among

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/news/carthage/2012/05/10/meet-fulbright-scholar-kayleen-hannigan/ (2013-06-13)
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