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  • Kate Haapala — Student Voices — Political Science — Carthage College
    to take a lot of very challenging courses such as Nuclear Proliferation and International Relations Next semester I will be taking International Security Kate said The courses and the work are difficult however the professors have always been extremely helpful Kate s professors encourage her to engage in the department through hands on learning she said Professors are always available for extra help whether it be to discuss a paper talk about an exam or answer questions about homework she added They also have helped Kate find internships and graduate school programs that fit her personality and her future goals Carthage s focus is continually on the students she said The professors are very willing to work one on one with students and help them grow as individuals as well as academically Campus involvement Kate is a swimmer for the Carthage Women s Swim Team Favorite professor Dr Jeffery Roberg is my favorite professor He is an incredibly kind man who has a great background with political science enabling him to teach students in depth in a variety of different courses More importantly Dr Roberg cares deeply about the students he both mentors and teaches Favorite class I enjoyed studying Nuclear Weapons Proliferation last spring It was a challenging course but it was awesome to learn about the different weapons capabilities and what their role in current international politics is Toughest class My most difficult course has been Intermediate Macroeconomics It was a struggle for me to grasp all of the material we were covering in class during lecture and match it to the readings assigned from our textbook Favorite moments at Carthage I have really enjoyed being a part of a sports team especially a team made up of so many great women not to mention that Carthage Men

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/political-science/student-voices/kate-haapala/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Alyssa Scott — Student Voices — Political Science — Carthage College
    interest me Alyssa said So if I ever wanted to do research or work with people there knowing Spanish would definitely be necessary On campus Alyssa uses all of her available resources to help better her Spanish and increase her understanding of what she is learning in her political science classes She is a tutor for the Target Language Experts and engages with her professors as often as she can The Political Science Department has amazing faculty who are really passionate about what they teach and genuinely know what they are talking about Alyssa explained They are also amazing in the sense that they will help you with most anything and really want you to learn the most you can in your time with them I love the Political Science Department because it is really flexible and allows you a lot of freedom to study what you are interested in she concluded You have to take classes from all the categories and then choose one of the areas to concentrate in but even then you get to choose most of the classes you take for your major It s awesome and really enhances your learning when you get to learn about things you re passionate about or genuinely interested in On campus involvement I am president of a new student organization called G E A R Gender Equality Alliance Realized and treasurer of Amnesty International I write for our newspaper on campus The Current and am also a web copy editor I m also involved in the honors fraternity Alpha Lambda Delta Favorite professor My favorite professor would have to be Dr Jeffrey Roberg I took his Introduction to International Relations my first semester at Carthage and even though it was hard I loved every minute of it He is

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/political-science/student-voices/alyssa-scott/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Past Students — Student Voices — Political Science — Carthage College
    Kolk 12 Political science is a major that is so rich and so multifaceted It is evolving and changing all the time and it has an incredible impact on how we go about our everyday lives Read more Elizabeth Wagner 12 My favorite class thus far would have to be Introduction to Political Theory with Prof Kirkland It was truly a pivotal class in my life for it was what motivated me to switch to studying political science and specifically theory Read more Ellen Klahn 11 Ellen Klahn was hooked on political science after taking one course Introduction to International Relations She was fascinated by the sub fields and variety that a major in political science offers along with the abundance of future career options it provides Read more Jeanne Sullivan 11 If you are willing to let yourself learn and grow as a student the Political Science Department will help shape you into a well rounded individual with skills that are not found everywhere Read more Claire Zautke 10 This summer Claire s political science studies will take her all the way to Rennes France where she ll work for the U S Department of State at the American Presence Post a branch of the U S Embassy Read more Brittany Dayton 10 The department has a very diverse set of professors No matter what you are interested in there is a professor who will have some experience or knowledge about any given topic Read more Eric Jaburek 10 His sophomore year Eric had the opportunity to work on the 2008 presidential campaign In addition to his internship he took the class Campaigns and Elections which teaches students about the inner workings of the political campaign Read more Student Voices Kate Haapala 13 Carthage s focus is continually on

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  • Marie Sarantakis — Alumni — Political Science — Carthage College
    she studied political science philosophy and the sociology of religion as a Clausen Scholar She interned for the Kenosha County Public Defender s Office Kenosha County District Attorney s Office and with Chief Judge Mary Wagner Her achievements include being a Wingspread Fellow of the Johnson Foundation and recipient of a Patterson Leadership Award Ms Sarantakis is fluent in Greek and enjoys traveling abroad In the United Kingdom she was featured on the covers of novels written by prominent authors such as Danielle Steel and Tania Crosse Meanwhile in June of 2012 she released her debut book Essentially Raw which is a dietary guide and cookbook Ms Sarantakis is currently pursuing her juris doctorate degree from John Marshall Law School in Chicago Illinois In her spare time she volunteers for Orphans of the Storm helping find homes for neglected pets Ms Sarantakis continues to enjoy modeling and promoting healthy eating to audiences worldwide while in law school 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 Student Voices Carthage s focus is continually on

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  • David Maack — Alumni — Political Science — Carthage College
    Association s County Handbook In addition he has spoken extensively on emergency management at state regional and national conferences In January 2012 he was among 17 leaders from communities around the nation honored as Champions of Change in Washington D C In April 2001 Mr Maack was elected to the City of Racine s Common Council where he served as the 5th District Alderman In 2009 he served as acting mayor in the tumultuous weeks following the arrest of the city s then mayor Mr Maack has received numerous awards for his community service including the Corporate Volunteer Council s Lifetime Achievement Award the Volunteer Center of Racine Inc Economic Development Volunteer Recognition Award the Boy Scouts District Award of Merit and Silver Beaver Award the Community Leadership Association s Distinguished Leadership Award Leadership Racine s Community Trustee Award UW Parkside s Martin Luther King Community Service Award the City of Racine s Hispanic Unsung Hero Award and the Lighthouse District Eagle Scout Hall of Fame Award Mr Maack graduated with majors in public administration business management and political science He has received a Certificate in Public Administration from UW Milwaukee and holds certifications in Emergency Management through the International

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  • Claire Zautke — Alumni — Political Science — Carthage College
    organizer for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin s 2010 Coordinated Campaign She organized Milwaukee s Latino community in support of Senator Russ Feingold Tom Barrett for Governor State Representative JoCasta Zamarripa and State Senator Chris Larson In 2011 Ms Zautke led the Sandy Pasch for State Senate campaign s highly successful field team of more than 1 000 volunteers in the attempted recall of Republican State Senator Alberta Darling She is currently the field director for an aldermanic campaign on the south side of Milwaukee and principal executive assistant to Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele She is a graduate of the Emerge Wisconsin class of 2012 Emerge is a candidate training program for Democratic women with aspirations of running for office in the near future Ms Zautke was also recently accepted in the Front Line Leaders Academy class of 2013 a highly competitive national political training program run through the People For the American Way Recently she became the youngest person to win a seat on the Milwaukee County School Board Lear more about Claire s time at Carthage Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the Next Steps Request Information

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  • Alan Spiegel — Alumni — Political Science — Carthage College
    Science Alumni Stories Alan Spiegel 01 Lawyer During his time at Carthage Alan Spiegel interned at Congressman F James Sensenbrenner s Brookfield and Washington D C offices After graduating in December 2000 he continued working for Congressman Sensenbrenner as a staff assistant in Brookfield I enjoyed further immersing myself in the political world at a very interesting time highlighted by the Bush Gore election and subsequent Supreme Court case he said He began law school at the University of Wisconsin in September 2001 I graduated with my law degree in December of 2003 and opened my own law practice in Waupun Wis on Jan 1 2004 he said I practiced in many areas of law including criminal bankruptcy family law and estate planning In 2006 my firm merged with a larger firm and in 2007 I moved to Milwaukee and began working as an associate at an insurance defense firm He returned to family law in 2009 working for a firm in Menomonee Falls Wis where he remains today Outside of my work my wife my two sons and I are expecting our family s third child in April and I am actively participating in my faith as a youth

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