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    4 credits Instructor AKiesel 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Capacity 25 ENG 2040 01 Classic Tradition in Literature HUM 4 credits Instructor SAli 9 50 10 30 A M TR Capacity 25 ENG 2050W 01 Creative Writing WI 4 credits Instructor RMeier 2 20 P M 4 00 P M TR Capacity 18 ENG 2050W 02 Creative Writing WI 4 credits Instructor NRavnikar 12 30 P M 2 10 P M TR Capacity 18 ENG 3010 01 Literature in Its Time I HUM 4 credits Instructor MCarrig 12 30 P M 2 10 P M TR Capacity 25 ENG 3040 01 Playwriting Advanced Writing 4 credits Instructor Staff 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location LH 222 Capacity 8 ENG 3070 S 01 Crosslisted with CRJ Film and Literature HUM CS 4 credits Instructor PSmiley 12 30 P M 2 10 P M TR Location LH 337 Capacity 15 ENG 3100 S 01 Crosslisted with ART WMG Literature and Gender Women In The Visual and Literary Arts 4 credits Instructor PSmiley 9 50 11 30 A M TR Location JAC 205 Capacity 8 ENG 3110 01 Shakespeare HUM 4 credits Instructor DMichie 2 20 P M 4 00 P M TR Capacity 20 ENG 3160 01 George Eliot Special Studies in a Major Author After 1800 HUM 4 credits Instructor AKiesel 9 50 11 30 A M TR Location LH 230 Capacity 20 ENG 3750 01 History and Structure of the English Language 4 credits Instructor JIsham 6 00 P M 9 00 P M M Location LH 220 Capacity 18 ENG 4300W 01 Capstone Creative Writing WI 4 credits Instructor RMeier Capacity 18 Exercise Sports Sci EXS 0010 01 1st 7 Weeks Concepts of Physical Fitness 1 credit Instructor LUlmer 12 30 P M 1 20 P M MW Location TARC 2145 Capacity 22 EXS 0010 02 2nd 7 Weeks Concepts of Physical Fitness 1 credit Instructor MDuFrane 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MW Location TARC 2020 Capacity 22 EXS 0010 03 1st 7 Weeks Concepts of Physical Fitness 1 credit Instructor Staff 1 30 P M 2 20 P M MW Location TARC 2095 Capacity 22 EXS 0010 04 Concepts of Physical Fitness 1 credit Instructor JElliott 8 00 9 05 A M MW Location TARC 2145 Capacity 22 EXS 0010 05 2nd 7 Weeks Concepts of Physical Fitness 1 credit Instructor MYeager 8 00 9 05 A M TR Location TARC 2145 Capacity 22 EXS 0010 06 1st 7 Weeks Concepts of Physical Fitness 1 credit Instructor Staff 9 15 10 20 A M MW Location TARC 2145 Capacity 22 EXS 0010 07 1st 7 weeks Concepts of Physical Fitness 1 credit Instructor Staff 8 00 9 40 A M TR Location TARC 2020 Capacity 22 EXS 0010 08 2nd 7 Weeks Concepts of Physical Fitness 1 credit Instructor KRooker 9 50 11 30 A M T Location TARC 2095 Capacity 22 EXS 0010 09 2nd 7 Weeks Concepts of Physical Fitness 1 credit Instructor DHass 8 00 9 40 A M TR Location TARC 2020 Capacity 22 EXS 0010 10 2nd 7 weeks Concepts of Physical Fitness 1 credit Instructor DHass 9 50 11 30 A M R Location TARC 2020 Capacity 22 EXS 0010 11 2nd 7 Weeks Concepts of Physical Fitness 1 credit Instructor JElliott 9 50 10 40 A M TR Location TARC 2145 Capacity 22 EXS 0010 12 1st 7 Weeks Concepts of Physical Fitness 1 credit Instructor KLeslie 12 15 P M 1 05 P M MW Location TARC 2095 Capacity 22 EXS 0010 13 2nd 7 Weeks Concepts of Physical Fitness 1 credit Instructor KLeslie 12 15 P M 1 05 P M MW Location TARC 2095 Capacity 22 EXS 0020 01 2nd 7 Weeks Walking for Fitness PE 1 credit Instructor SDomin 9 15 10 20 A M MW Location TARC GYM Capacity 22 EXS 0030 01 2nd 7 Weeks Strength Training PE 1 credit Instructor MDuFrane 8 00 8 50 A M TR Location TARC 1050 Capacity 20 EXS 0050 01 1st 7 Weeks Rock Climbing PE 1 credit Instructor CGrugel 6 30 P M 8 30 P M W Location TARC CLWA Capacity 12 EXS 0060 01 2nd 7 Weeks Racquetball PE 1 credit Instructor MDuFrane 9 50 11 30 A M TR Location TARC Capacity 8 EXS 0160 01 1st 7 Weeks Water Aerobics PE 1 credit Instructor KSteinberg 12 15 P M 1 20 P M MW Location TARC POOL Capacity 18 EXS 0160 02 2nd 7 Weeks Water Aerobics PE 1 credit Instructor KSteinberg 12 15 P M 1 20 P M MW Location TARC POOL Capacity 18 EXS 0180 01 1st 7 Weeks Zumba Aerobics PE 1 credit Instructor EDeering 2 36 P M 3 50 P M MW Location TARC 2235 Capacity 20 EXS 0180 02 2nd 7 Weeks Zumba Aerobics PE 1 credit Instructor EDeering 2 36 P M 3 50 P M MW Location TARC 2235 Capacity 20 EXS 0200 01 Lifeguard Training PE 1 credit Instructor GEarhart 6 00 P M 9 00 P M M Location TARC 1050 Capacity 12 EXS 0230 01 1st 7 Weeks Handball PE 1 credit Instructor EVirgili 12 30 P M 2 10 P M TR Location TARC 1095 Capacity 8 EXS 0240 01 1st 7 Weeks Yoga PE 1 credit Instructor DMosca 8 00 9 05 A M MW Location TARC 2235 Capacity 18 EXS 0240 02 2nd 7 Weeks Yoga PE 1 credit Instructor DMosca 8 00 9 05 A M MW Location TARC 2235 Capacity 18 EXS 0240 03 1st 7 Weeks Yoga PE 1 credit Instructor DMosca 9 15 10 20 A M MW Location TARC 2235 Capacity 18 EXS 0240 04 2nd 7 Weeks Yoga PE 1 credit Instructor DMosca 9 15 10 20 A M MW Location TARC 2235 Capacity 18 EXS 0490 01 2nd 7 Weeks International Folk Dance PE 1 credit Instructor JOttmann 6 45 P M 8 25 P M W Location TARC 2235 Capacity 20 EXS 1010 01 Foundation of Exercise and Sport Science 3 credits Instructor SDomin 9 50 11 30 A M TR Location TARC 2100 Capacity 22 EXS 1051 01 Individual Sports I 1 credit Instructor DRoehl 11 00 A M 11 50 A M MW Location TARC GYM Capacity 20 EXS 1051 02 Individual Sports I 1 credit Instructor DRoehl 12 15 P M 1 05 P M MW Location TARC GYM Capacity 20 EXS 1052 01 Individual Sports II 1 credit Instructor PBastron 9 50 10 40 A M TR Location TARC GYM Capacity 20 EXS 1052 02 Individual Sports II 1 credit Instructor PBastron 10 41 A M 11 30 A M TR Location TARC GYM Capacity 20 EXS 2010 01 2nd 7 Weeks Swimming for Majors WSI 2 credits Instructor BDelarosby 2 20 P M 4 00 P M TR Location TARC POOL Capacity 12 EXS 2110 01 1st 7 Weeks First Aid and Safety 1 credit Instructor AGillmore 8 00 9 40 A M TR Location TARC 2145 Capacity 12 EXS 2110 02 1st 7 Weeks First Aid and Safety 1 credit Instructor AGillmore 9 50 11 30 A M TR Location TARC 2020 Capacity 12 EXS 2150 01 1st 7 Weeks Nutrition Education 2 credits Instructor GKoehling 2 45 P M 3 50 P M MWF Location TARC 2095 Capacity 20 EXS 2180 01 Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries 3 credits Instructor CEverts 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location TARC 2020 Capacity 16 EXS 2450 01 1st 7 Weeks Physical Education and Health Methods 2 credits Instructor SJohnston 6 00 P M 9 00 P M T Location JAC 209 Capacity 20 EXS 2450 02 2nd 7 Weeks Physical Education and Health Methods 2 credits Instructor SJohnston 6 00 P M 9 00 P M T Location JAC 209 Capacity 20 EXS 2500 01 1st 7 Weeks Comprehensive School Health Programming 2 credits Instructor KDuffy 6 00 P M 9 00 P M M Location TARC 2020 Capacity 20 EXS 2620 01 Specially Designed Physical Education 3 credits Instructor GKoehling 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location TARC 2145 Capacity 20 EXS 2700 01 Elementary Physical Education Principles of Movement 4 credits Instructor CNailor 8 00 9 05 A M MWF Location TARC 2020 Capacity 18 EXS 2750 01 Theory and Practice of Rhythm Dance and Gymnastics 4 credits Instructor MBonn 8 00 9 40 A M TR Location TARC 2235 Capacity 18 EXS 2800 01 1st 7 Weeks Supervision of Intramurals 1 credit Instructor BCarper 4 00 P M 5 05 P M W Location TARC Capacity 10 EXS 2800 02 2nd 7 Weeks Supervision of Intramurals 1 credit Instructor BCarper 4 00 P M 5 05 P M W Location TARC Capacity 10 EXS 2810 01 2nd 7 Weeks Crosslisted with EDU Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drugs ATOD Education 2 credits Instructor AOttaway 6 00 P M 9 00 P M M Location TARC 2020 Capacity 4 EXS 3010W 01 Tests and Measurement in Exercise and Sport Science WI 4 credits Instructor MBonn 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location TARC 2095 Capacity 18 EXS 3070 01 Kinesiology 4 credits Instructor DRuffner 8 00 9 05 A M MWF Location TARC 2100 Capacity 20 EXS 3110 01 Personal and Community Health 3 credits Instructor CAllen 12 15 P M 1 20 P M MWF Location TARC 2020 Capacity 20 EXS 3120 01 2nd 7 Weeks Issues Emotional Mental Health 2 credits Instructor JLahner 6 00 P M 9 00 P M R Location TARC 2020 Capacity 16 EXS 3500 01 Field Placement in Sport and Fitness Instruction 4 credits Instructor CAllen Capacity 10 EXS 3530 01 Strength and Conditioning Practicum 2 credits Instructor CEverts 6 30 P M 8 30 P M T Location TARC 2140 Capacity 10 EXS 3720 01 General Medical Conditions for the Athletic Trainer 3 credits Instructor DRuffner 12 30 P M 2 10 P M T Capacity 12 EXS 3900 01 Organization and Administration of Exercise and Sports Science 3 credits Instructor BDjurickov 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location TARC 2100 Capacity 24 EXS 4200 01 Methods and Materials of Teaching Physical Education 4 credits Instructor MBonn 12 30 P M 2 10 P M TR Location TARC 2100 Capacity 12 EXS 4210 01 Methods Materials of Teaching Health Education 3 credits Instructor SCanevello 6 00 P M 9 00 P M T Location TARC 2020 Capacity 16 Geography Earth Sci GEO 1600 01 Earth Revealed NON LAB SCI 4 credits Instructor MZorn 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location DSC 210 Capacity 21 GEO 1600 02 Earth Revealed NON LAB SCI 4 credits Instructor KPiepenbur 12 15 P M 1 20 P M MWF Location DSC 227 Capacity 21 GEO 1600 03 Earth Revealed NON LAB SCI 4 credits Instructor JMast 8 00 9 40 A M TR Location DSC 227 Capacity 21 GEO 1610 02 Business Focus Mapping Your World Introduction to Geographic Information 4 credits Instructor WSun 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location DSC 227 Capacity 24 GEO 200A 01 TP Great Lakes Water Resources NON LAB 4 credits Instructor MZorn 8 00 9 05 A M MWF Location LH 425 Capacity 30 GEO 2450 01 Biogeography NON LAB 4 credits Instructor JMast 12 30 P M 2 10 P M TR Location DSC 210 Capacity 24 GEO 2550 01 Meteorology NON LAB SCI 4 credits Instructor KPiepenbur 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location DSC 227 Capacity 24 GEO 2800 B 01 Geography of East Asia SOC GH 4 credits Instructor WSun 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location LH 425 Capacity 30 GEO 2950 01 Process Geomorphology NON LAB 4 credits Instructor JMast 9 50 11 30 A M TR Location DSC 227 Capacity 24 GEO 4150 01 Crosslisted with PHY The Science of Global Climate NON LAB 4 credits Instructor MZorn 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location DSC 210 Capacity 12 GEO 4600 01 Applied Projects in Geographic Information Science 4 credits Instructor WSun 2 45 P M 3 50 P M MWF Location DSC 227 Capacity 24 History HIS 1000 01 Issues in American History HUM 4 credits Instructor EPullin 8 00 9 05 A M MWF Location JAC 205 Capacity 30 HIS 1000 02 Issues in American History HUM 4 credits Instructor EPullin 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location JAC 205 Capacity 30 HIS 1000 03 Issues in American History HUM 4 credits Instructor TNoer 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location JAC 207 Capacity 30 HIS 1000 04 Issues in American History HUM 4 credits Instructor TNoer 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location JAC 207 Capacity 30 HIS 1120 01 Issues in European History II HUM 4 credits Instructor JLeazer 9 50 11 30 A M TR Location JAC 207 Capacity 30 HIS 1200 B 01 Crosslisted ith ASN Issues in Asian History HUM GH 4 credits Instructor SUdry 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location JAC 205 Capacity 12 HIS 200F S 01 Crosslisted with GFW and PHL TP Reason and Revelation Jewish Islamic Christian and Secular 4 credits Instructor PUlrich 2 20 P M 4 00 P M TR Location LH 234 Capacity 7 HIS 2160 01 History of Central America HUM 4 credits Instructor SMitchell 9 50 11 30 A M TR Location JAC 253 Capacity 26 HIS 2200W 01 Historical Methods HUM WI 4 credits Instructor JLeazer 12 30 P M 2 10 P M TR Location JAC 209 Capacity 15 HIS 2310 01 Crosslisted with CLS The Greeks HUM 4 credits Instructor JMcBride 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location LH 227 Capacity 15 HIS 2500 01 Crosslisted with CLS Early Medieval History HUM 4 credits Instructor JHendrix 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location LH 234 Capacity 11 HIS 3060 01 History of the Caribbean HUM 4 credits Instructor SMitchell 1 00 P M 2 30 P M TR Location JAC 207 Capacity 26 Modern Language CHN 1020 01 Introductory Chinese II MLA 4 credits Instructor JLourigan 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location LH 300 Capacity 20 CHN 1020 02 Introductory Chinese II MLA 4 credits Instructor JLourigan 2 45 P M 3 50 P M MWF Location LH 300 Capacity 20 CHN 2020 01 Elementary Chinese II 4 credits Instructor Staff 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location LH 223 Capacity 16 CHN 2021 01 Elementary Oral Chinese II 1 credit Instructor Staff 12 30 P M 1 30 P M T Location LH 223 Capacity 16 CHN 3020 01 Intermediate Chinese II 4 credits Instructor Staff 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location LH 223 Capacity 16 CHN 3021 01 Intermediate Oral Chinese II 1 credit Instructor Staff 12 30 P M 1 30 P M R Location LH 223 Capacity 16 CHN 3070 01 Crosslisted with JPN Chinese Japanese Culture and Language 4 credits Instructor YWang 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location LH 300 Capacity 8 CHN 3070 B 01 Crosslisted with JPN Japanese Chinese Culture and Language GH 4 credits Instructor YWang 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Capacity 8 CHN 4010W 01 Senior Seminar in Chinese WI 4 credits Instructor MYang 12 30 P M 2 10 P M TR Location CC 203 Capacity 16 FRN 1010 01 Elementary French I MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 12 15 P M 1 20 P M MWF Location LH 227 Capacity 20 FRN 1020 01 Elementary French II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 12 15 P M 1 20 P M MWF Location LH 224 Capacity 20 FRN 1020 02 Elementary French II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location LH 201 Capacity 20 FRN 1020 03 Elementary French II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 8 00 9 05 A M MWF Location LH Capacity 20 FRN 2010 01 Intermediate French I 4 credits Instructor PRollet 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location LH 424 Capacity 16 FRN 3010 01 Must be taken with FRNL3010 2L Advanced French I 4 credits Instructor IRiverovil 8 00 9 05 A M MWF Location LH 223 Capacity 16 FRN 3030 01 French Conversation 1 credit Instructor Staff 6 00 P M 8 00 P M W Location LH 220 Capacity 12 FRN 3110W 01 Interpreting Written Text WI HUM 4 credits Instructor IRiverovil 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location LH AHRE Capacity 16 FRN 4010W 01 Senior Seminar WI 4 credits Instructor PRollet 8 00 9 40 A M TR Location LH 424 Capacity 16 FRNL3010 2L Must be taken with FRN 3010 French Competency Exam 0 Instructor IRiverovil Capacity 16 GRM 1010 01 Elementary German I MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location DSC 111 Capacity 20 GRM 1020 01 Elementary German II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location LH 230 Capacity 20 GRM 1020 02 Elementary German II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 2 45 P M 3 50 P M MWF Location LH 229 Capacity 20 GRM 2010 01 Intermediate German I 4 credits Instructor Staff 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Capacity 16 GRM 3010 01 Must be taken with GRML3010 2L Advanced German 4 credits Instructor RSperber 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location LH 318 Capacity 16 GRM 3030 01 German Conversation 1 credit Instructor Staff 6 00 P M 8 00 P M M Location LH 201 Capacity 12 GRM 3110 01 Interpreting Written Texts HUM 4 credits Instructor GBaer 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Capacity 16 GRM 4010W 01 Senior Seminar in German WI 4 credits Instructor GBaer Capacity 16 GRML3010 2L Must be taken with GRM 3010 German Competency Exam 0 Instructor RSperber Capacity 16 JPN 1020 01 Introductory Japanese II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location LH 424 Capacity 18 JPN 1020 02 Introductory Japanese II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location LH 201 Capacity 18 JPN 2020 01 Elementary Japanese II 4 credits Instructor YWang 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location DSC 111 Capacity 18 JPN 2021 01 Elementary Oral Japanese II 1 credit Instructor Staff 12 30 P M 1 35 P M T Location LH AHRE Capacity 18 JPN 3020 01 Intermediate Japanese II 4 credits Instructor YWang 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location DSC 111 Capacity 16 JPN 3021 01 Intermediate Oral Japanese II 1 credit Instructor Staff 2 20 P M 3 25 P M T Location LH 424 Capacity 16 JPN 3070 B 01 Crosslisted w CHN Japnese Chinese Culture and Language GH 4 credits Instructor YWang 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Capacity 8 MLA 200C S 01 x listed w MUS TP Exploring Poetry and Song FAR CS 4 credits Instructor PRollet 9 50 11 30 A M TR Location JAC 140 Capacity 8 MLA 200F S 01 Crosslisted with CDM TP Filming Don Quixote HUM CS 4 credits Instructor MBorden 2 20 P M 4 00 P M TR Location LH 300 Capacity 12 MLA 2200 01 Cultural Awareness 1 credit Instructor EKulke 12 15 P M 1 20 P M M Location LH 223 Capacity 20 MLA 4200 01 Methods and Materials in Teaching Modern Languages 4 credits Instructor TKennedy 6 00 P M 9 00 P M W Location LH 201 Capacity 20 SPN 1010 01 Elementary Spanish I MLA 4 credits Instructor SCyganiak 8 00 9 05 A M MWF Location LH 203 Capacity 18 SPN 1010 02 Elementary Spanish I MLA 4 credits Instructor SCyganiak 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location LH 230 Capacity 18 SPN 1020 01 Elementary Spanish II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 8 00 9 05 A M MWF Location LH 201 Capacity 20 SPN 1020 02 Elementary Spanish II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 8 00 9 05 A M MWF Location LH 221 Capacity 20 SPN 1020 03 Elementary Spanish II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 8 00 9 05 A M MWF Location DSC 111 Capacity 20 SPN 1020 04 Elementary Spanish II MLA 4 credits Instructor PRollet 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location LH 227 Capacity 20 SPN 1020 05 Elementary Spanish II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location LH 231 Capacity 20 SPN 1020 06 Elementary Spanish II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location LH 300 Capacity 20 SPN 1020 07 Elementary Spanish II MLA 4 credits Instructor PRollet 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location LH 229 Capacity 20 SPN 1020 08 Elementary Spanish II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 12 15 P M 1 20 P M MWF Location LH 201 Capacity 20 SPN 1020 09 Elementary Spanish II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 12 15 P M 1 20 P M MWF Location LH 424 Capacity 20 SPN 1020 10 Elementary Spanish II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location LH 424 Capacity 20 SPN 1020 11 Elementary Spanish II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location LH 229 Capacity 20 SPN 1020 12 Elementary Spanish II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location LH 221 Capacity 20 SPN 1020 13 Elementary Spanish II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 2 45 P M 3 50 P M MWF Location LH 424 Capacity 20 SPN 1020 14 Elementary Spanish II MLA 4 credits Instructor Staff 2 45 P M 3 50 P M MWF Location LH 221 Capacity 20 SPN 2010 01 Intermediate Spanish I 4 credits Instructor RSperber 8 00 9 05 A M MWF Location LH 318 Capacity 16 SPN 2010 02 Intermediate Spanish I 4 credits Instructor MMorales 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location LH 234 Capacity 16 SPN 2010 03 Intermediate Spanish I 4 credits Instructor MMorales 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location LH 233 Capacity 16 SPN 2020 01 Intermediate Spanish II 4 credits Instructor JHerrera 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location LH 231 Capacity 16 SPN 2020 02 Intermediate Spanish II 4 credits Instructor EKulke 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Capacity 16 SPN 2020 03 Intermediate Spanish II 4 credits Instructor JHerrera 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Capacity 16 SPN 3010 01 Advanced Spanish I 4 credits Instructor EMontanaro 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location CC 108 Capacity 16 SPN 3010 02 Advanced Spanish I 4 credits Instructor EMontanaro 1 30 P M 2 45 P M MWF Location CC 112 Capacity 16 SPN 3030 01 Spanish Conversation 1 credit Instructor Staff 4 00 P M 6 00 P M W Location LH 202 Capacity 12 SPN 3030 02 Spanish Conversation 1 credit Instructor Staff 6 00 P M 8 00 P M T Location LH 202 Capacity 12 SPN 3080 01 Spanish Speaking World Social Political Economics HUM 4 credits Instructor MMorales 12 15 P M 1 20 P M MWF Location LH 203 Capacity 16 SPN 3090W 01 Spanish Speaking World Cultural and Intellectual Life HUM WI 4 credits Instructor MYang 9 50 11 30 A M TR Location CC 105 Capacity 16 SPN 3110 01 Interpreting Written Texts HUM 4 credits Instructor IRiverovil 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Capacity 16 SPN 3110W 01 Interpreting Written Texts WI HUM 4 credits Instructor SCyganiak 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location LH Capacity 16 SPN 4010W 01 Senior Seminar in Spanish WI 4 credits Instructor MBorden 12 30 P M 2 10 P M TR Location LH 230 Capacity 16 Math MTH 1030 01 Applied Mathematics MTH 4 credits Instructor ATrautwein 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location DSC Capacity 24 MTH 1030 02 Applied Mathematics MTH 4 credits Instructor DKing 12 30 P M 2 20 P M TR Capacity 24 MTH 1040 01 Principles of Modern Mathematics MTH 4 credits Instructor EWheeler 11 00 A M 12 15 P M MWF Capacity 24 MTH 1040 02 Principles of Modern Mathematics MTH 4 credits Instructor AKlingenbe 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Capacity 24 MTH 1050 01 Elementary Statistics MTH 4 credits Instructor SGroleau 9 50 11 30 A M TR Location DSC 215 Capacity 24 MTH 1050 02 Elementary Statistics MTH 4 credits Instructor SGroleau 12 30 P M 2 10 P M TR Location DSC 215 Capacity 24 MTH 1060 01 Finite Mathematics MTH 4 credits Instructor JAlbet 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location CC 206 Capacity 24 MTH 1060 02 Finite Mathematics MTH 4 credits Instructor JAlbet 12 15 P M 1 20 P M MWF Location CC 204 Capacity 24 MTH 1070 01 Functions Graphs and Analysis MTH 4 credits Instructor AKlingenbe 8 00 9 05 A M MWF Location DSC 215 Capacity 24 MTH 1120 01 Must be taken w MTHL1120 2L Calculus I MTH 4 credits Instructor EWheeler 8 00 9 05 A M MWF Location DSC 223 Capacity 24 MTH 1120 03 Must be taken w MTHL1120 4L Calculus I MTH 4 credits Instructor SGroleau 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location DSC 223 Capacity 24 MTH 1220 01 Must be taken w MTHL1220 2L Calculus II MTH 4 credits Instructor ETou 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location DSC 223 Capacity 24 MTH 1220 03 Must be taken w MTHL1220 4L Calculus II MTH 4 credits Instructor ATrautwein 12 15 P M 1 20 P M MWF Location DSC 223 Capacity 24 MTH 1240 01 Discrete Structures MTH 4 credits Instructor ETou 2 20 P M 4 00 P M TR Location DSC 215 Capacity 24 MTH 2040W 01 Linear Algebra MTH WI 4 credits Instructor ATrautwein 9 50 11 30 A M TR Location DSC 223 Capacity 22 MTH 2120 01 Must be taken w MTHL2120 2L Multivariate Calculus MTH 4 credits Instructor JAlbet 2 45 P M 3 50 P M MWF Location DSC 223 Capacity 24 MTH 3040W 01 Abstract Algebra I MTH WI 4 credits Instructor ETou 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Capacity 22 MTH 3050 01 Theory of Statistics MTH 4 credits Instructor AKlingenbe 11 00 A M 12 05 P M MWF Location DSC 223 Capacity 24 MTH 3120W 01 Real Analysis MTH WI 4 credits Instructor MSnavely 9 15 10 20 A M MWF Location DSC 215 Capacity 22 MTH 3120W 02 Real Analysis MTH WI 4 credits Instructor MSnavely 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location DSC 215 Capacity 22 MTH 4200 01 Methods and Materials in Teaching Mathematics 4 credits Instructor DKing Capacity 26 MTHL1120 2L Must be taken with MTH 1120 1 Calculus I LAB 0 Instructor EWheeler 8 00 9 40 A M T Location DSC 223 Capacity 24 MTHL1120 4L must be taken w MTH 1120 3 Calculus I LAB 0 Instructor SGroleau 8 00 9 40 A M R Location DSC 223 Capacity 24 MTHL1220 2L Must be taken w MTH 1220 1 Calculus II LAB 0 Instructor ETou 12 30 P M 2 10 P M R Location DSC 223 Capacity 24 MTHL1220 4L Must be taken w MTH 1220 3 Calculus II LAB 0 Instructor ATrautwein 12 30 P M 2 10 P M T Location DSC 223 Capacity 24 MTHL2120 2L Must be taken w MTH 2120 1 Multivariate Calculus Lab 0 Instructor JAlbet 2 20 P M 4 00 P M T Location DSC 223 Capacity 24 Music MUS 0010 01 Carthage Choir 1 credit Instructor EGarcianov 4 00 P M 5 05 P M MTW Location JAC 140 Capacity 50 MUS 0010 02 Carthage Choir 2 credits Instructor EGarcianov 4 00 P M 5 05 P M MTW Location JAC 140 Capacity 50 MUS 0010 03 Carthage Choir 0 Instructor EGarcianov 4 00 P M 5 05 P M MTW Location JAC 140 Capacity 50 MUS 0020 01 Chapel Choir 1 credit Instructor DShapovalo 4 00 P M 5 05 P M MTWRF Location SC SIEB Capacity 50 MUS 0020 02 Chapel Choir 0 Instructor DShapovalo 4 00 P M 5 05 P M MTWRF Location SC SIEB Capacity 50 MUS 0030 01 Lincoln Singers 1 credit Instructor GBerg Capacity 16 MUS 0030 02 Lincoln Singers 0 Instructor GBerg Capacity 16 MUS 0035 01 Jazz Choir 1 credit Instructor CTodd 11 35 A M 12 25 P M TR Location SC EHRL Capacity 16 MUS 0035 02 Jazz Choir 0 Instructor CTodd 11 35 A M 12 25 P M TR Location SC EHRL Capacity 16 MUS 0050 01 Carthage Wind Orchestra 1 credit Instructor JRipley 5 06 P M 6 30 P M MTW Location JAC 142 Capacity 45 MUS 0050 02 Carthage Wind Orchestra 2 credits Instructor JRipley 5 06 P M 6 30 P M MTW Location JAC 142 Capacity 45 MUS 0050 03 Carthage Wind Orchestra 0 Instructor JRipley 5 06 P M 6 30 P M MTW Location JAC 142 Capacity 45 MUS 0051 01 Concert Band 1 credit Instructor JRipley 5 06 P M 6 30 P M MTWRF Location SC SIEB Capacity 45 MUS 0051 02 Concert Band 0 Instructor JRipley 5 06 P M 6 30 P M MTWRF Location SC SIEB Capacity 30 MUS 0070 01 Carthage String Orchestra 1 credit Instructor CChaffee 5 06 P M 6 30 P M MTWRF Location SC SIEB Capacity 30 MUS 0070 02 Carthage String Orchestra 0 Instructor CChaffee 5 06 P M 6 30 P M MTWRF Location SC SIEB Capacity 30 MUS 0080 01 Jazz Band 1 credit Instructor Staff 7 30 P M 9 00 P M TR Location JAC 142 Capacity 20 MUS 0080 02 Jazz Band 0 Instructor Staff 7 30 P M 9 00 P M TR Location JAC 142 Capacity 20 MUS 0090 01 Percussion Small Instrumental Ensembles 0 Instructor MKozakis Capacity 16 MUS 0090 02 Jazz Combo Small Instrumental Ensembles 0 Instructor Staff Capacity 8 MUS 0120 01 Pep Band 0 Instructor CNess Capacity 50 MUS 0130 01 Gospel Messengers 0 Instructor CNess 7 00 P M 8 30 P M R Location SC SIEB Capacity 50 MUS 0150 01 Private Piano 1 credit Instructor JMacall li 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 8 MUS 0150 02 Private Piano 1 credit Instructor DMasloski 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 10 MUS 0150 03 Private Piano 1 credit Instructor FNakayama 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 8 MUS 0170 01 Keyboard Skills II 1 credit Instructor JMacall li 12 30 P M 1 15 P M TR Location JAC 252 Capacity 16 MUS 0170 02 Keyboard Skills II 1 credit Instructor JMacall li 8 00 8 50 A M TR Location JAC 252 Capacity 16 MUS 0180 01 Keyboard Skills III 1 credit Instructor JMacall li 2 20 P M 3 09 P M TR Location JAC 252 Capacity 16 MUS 0190 01 Keyboard Skills IV 1 credit Instructor JMacall li 3 10 P M 4 00 P M TR Location JAC 252 Capacity 16 MUS 0240 01 Carthage Womens Ensemble 1 credit Instructor PDennee 4 00 P M 5 05 P M MTW Location JAC 340 Capacity 50 MUS 0240 02 Carthage Womens Ensemble 0 Instructor PDennee 4 00 P M 5 05 P M MTW Location JAC 340 Capacity 50 MUS 0250 01 Private Voice 1 credit Instructor CNess 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 14 MUS 0250 02 Private Voice 1 credit Instructor GBerg 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 14 MUS 0250 03 Private Voice 1 credit Instructor AHaines 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 12 MUS 0250 04 Private Voice 1 credit Instructor SGorke 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 18 MUS 0250 05 Private Voice 1 credit Instructor LSchwaber 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 18 MUS 0250 06 Private Voice 1 credit Instructor AHull 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 18 MUS 0250 07 Private Voice 1 credit Instructor MPlambeck 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 18 MUS 0450 01 Private Organ 1 credit Instructor RHoskins 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Location SC SIEB Capacity 10 MUS 0550 01 Composition Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor MPetering 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 6 MUS 0550 02 Flute Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor MSnoza 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 10 MUS 0550 03 Oboe Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor CHall 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 8 MUS 0550 04 Clarinet Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor JWoodrum 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 8 MUS 0550 05 Bassoon Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor KRzasa 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 5 MUS 0550 06 Saxophone Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor STracy 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 5 MUS 0550 07 Horn Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor KSuarez 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 4 MUS 0550 08 Trumpet Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor KWood 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 10 MUS 0550 09 Trombone Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor STegge 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 6 MUS 0550 10 Tuba Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor PVon Hoff 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 4 MUS 0550 11 Violin Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor DRivest 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 10 MUS 0550 12 Viola Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor DRivest 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 5 MUS 0550 13 Cello Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor SCook 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 5 MUS 0550 14 String Bass Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor KSeigfried 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 10 MUS 0550 15 Classical Guitar Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor MMiller 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 10 MUS 0550 16 Jazz Guitar Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor KSeigfried 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 10 MUS 0550 17 Percussion Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor MKozakis 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 15 MUS 0550 18 Harp Private Instrument 1 credit Instructor AMorse Ham 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 4 MUS 0650 01 Private Conducting 1 credit Instructor JRipley 12 15 P M 1 20 P M W Capacity 4 MUS 0700 01 Recital Attendance 0 Instructor CNess Capacity 150 MUS 1030 01 Music Theory II 3 credits Instructor MPetering 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location JAC 253 Capacity 20 MUS 1030 02 Music Theory II 3 credits Instructor PDennee 1 30 P M 2 35 P M MWF Location JAC 140 Capacity 20 MUS 1040 01 Aural Skills II 1 credit Instructor EGarcianov 1 20 P M 2 10 P M TR Location

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  • J-Term 2013 — J-Term — Carthage College
    beautiful bays dramatic river gorges and majestic mountains and crossed the famous Kalahari Desert TAIWAN HONG KONG AND MACAO Capitalist China Taiwan Hong Kong and Colonialism Taiwan and Hong Kong developed dynamic capitalist economies long before the People s Republic of China started its market transition in 1979 Led by political science professor Jonathan Marshall and history professor Stephen Udry this course allowed students to study at close range the role that colonial policies and priorities had in charting the course of change during the 19th and 20th centuries The course examined the uncertain relationship between modernization identity and political democracy in each polity in the wake of the departure of the colonial powers The course traced Taiwan s claims to China s historical legacy and Hong Kong s accommodation to the one country two systems approach that Beijing adopted as a condition of retrocession Finally Capitalist China explored the variety of relationships that have developed between Taiwan Hong Kong and the People s Republic in order to make sense of the emerging concept of Greater China Watch a video about a 2010 J Term study tour to China Summer 2013 Study Tours CHINA English Language Education in Huairou China In July 2013 modern languages and economics professor Edward Montanaro will lead this service learning class in which students will teach English for a month in Huairou China a satellite city roughly one hour northeast of Beijing Students will be in daily contact with Chinese teachers and students and will have the opportunity to engage the larger curriculum within which English language teaching coexists The class will use the English language education program as a lens to explore some larger questions including What can we learn about Chinese social values by observing how the Chinese approach education What can we learn about Chinese economic aspirations and prospects from the way the government approaches education in general and foreign language education in particular What evidence do we see in its education system about how China sees itself developing over the next couple of decades and about how it regards role in global affairs Does informed and less informed discourse about China in the United States conform to what is observable in the schools and other social settings visited during this class Estimated cost 2 800 Contact Professor Edward Montanaro INDIA Hinduism Prof James Lochtefeld who teaches religion and directs the Asian Studies program will lead a tour of the Himalaya mountains in May and June 2013 to provide an in depth introduction to the social philosophical and religious phenomenon that western observers have called Hinduism The first part of the course will focus on religious texts exploring the history and development of the tradition The bulk of the course will investigate modern Hindu life through field study of Himalayan pilgrimage routes and pilgrimage sites Estimated cost 2 450 Contact Professor James Lochtefeld ISRAEL Field Archaeology at Omrit in Northern Israel Professor Daniel Schowalter will co direct excavations at Omrit near Kiryat

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  • J-Term Is For ... — J-Term — Carthage College
    from writing to something repetitive involving their hands such as knitting or drawing Prof Meier carves driftwood Raised on word processors the students have been interested to learn how to load paper and operate the carriage return Typing seems very magical and mysterious like a computer would ve been 25 years ago said Prof Meier Carthage s Writer in Residence Jets January 20 2013 Carthage students are cleared for takeoff on runway J Not only do students in Professor Walter Smith s Introduction to Aviation course get to learn the basics of flight they also can take their Federal Aviation Administration ground school exam That s the first step in getting a pilot s license The class features field trips to flight museums flight schools and the control tower at Milwaukee s General Mitchell International Airport but perhaps the most interesting day during the course happens right here at Carthage One of the most exciting aspects of the class is that we ll have a Tuskegee Airman come in and speak to the class Prof Smith said Having students be able to hear not only about his flight experiences but about dealing with segregation is something I think is invaluable Journalism During the London leg of their sportswriting study tour Carthage students spent time at the Chelsea Football Club s home stadium Photo courtesy of Evan Polito 15 January 19 2013 You know that sport with bicycle kicks goalies and David Beckham Don t call it soccer During a J Term study tour titled Sports Journalism European Football that ll draw a yellow card For the third time communication and digital media professor Jonathan Bruning is leading the sportswriting trek through Europe This year s group of 14 from Carthage gets to check out a new destination Munich The itinerary there includes a match today The tour also includes stays in London and Barcelona Students attend three and probably more matches but not as rowdy fans They re objective journalists required to write previews and recaps of the football matches along with feature stories Along the way they ll sneak in some European sights Jump Shot Photo by Johanna Heidorn 12 UPDATE Jan 19 Congratulations to the men s and women s teams which swept the doubleheader January 18 2013 During J Term many Carthage students enjoy tropical vistas That means it s even more important for the students remaining on campus to pack Tarble Arena and cheer for the Red Men and Lady Reds in a doubleheader Saturday night The Red Men bring a 3 2 home record into the matchup with No 20 Wheaton The last time they played at home students rushed the court after Carthage took down then No 1 North Central College in a landmark upset The Lady Reds have won six straight games and hope to hold on to first place in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin The task won t be easy Wheaton has won nine of its past 10 games and is just one game back in the standings The Lady Reds start the action with tipoff at 5 p m followed by the Red Men at 7 p m Tickets are 6 or 3 for seniors Students and faculty get in free with a Carthage ID If you aren t in the area the games can be streamed live Silent J Photo by Abigail Smallwood 15 January 17 2013 Imagine 24 hours of continuous silence no talking no texting To plenty of people in our ultraconnected society that would be an ugly existence In a unique J Term class though the absence of chatter allowed students to focus on the beauty around them Titled Beauty Will Save the World explores the historical aesthetic moral and spiritual aspects of beauty This Carthage Symposium led by professors Stephanie Mitchell and Susanne Sklar is based on the famous quote by author Fyodor Dostoyevsky Students participated in a spiritual retreat at the DeKoven Center in nearby Racine Wis Students called the exercise interesting and eye opening Read the full story John Wayne January 16 2013 Growing up watching Western movies gives Americans one view of the Wild West Professor Daniel Magurshak is determined to give Carthage students a more authentic view To illustrate that contrast he screens several movies most older some recent for students in the J Term class American West Myth Film Reality That means they ll see plenty of the most famous screen cowboy in history John Wayne For a less Hollywood treatment of frontier life from 1840 to 1890 Prof Magurshak provides the history Class discussions follow each film and he expects students to become more attuned to the way movies are made and how they fed into the Western myth June January 15 2013 Students can participate in an annual summer paleontology dig in Montana For Carthage students who aren t able to travel this month summer offers a second chance Seven more study tours are planned in June That includes one newly added tour Professors Yuri Maltsev and Alex Tiahnybok will lead students to Turkey Ukraine and possibly other nations along the Black Sea rim to study their political and economic systems Other June destinations are India Israel Namibia Poland and Spain Closer to home dinosaur hunters can dig in Montana Many of these classes have space remaining so interested students should contact the professors soon Read more about available study tours Jackpot January 14 2013 Ready for a little wager OK Bet you ll learn something from Professor William Miller who teaches a J Term class titled Strategic Interaction Gambling in Popular Film and Books We look at the social psychology of gambling how gamblers try to influence one another s decision making in ways that lead to an advantageous outcome for themselves said Prof Miller who teaches sociology and criminal justice and has studied gambling extensively Students watch popular films involving different types of gambling and analyze the characters social and psychological techniques Like card

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  • The Freshman Experience — J-Term — Carthage College
    neuroscience major from Bloomington Ill bond with a diverse mix of students A lot of them I never would have met if it weren t through this trip since we have distinctly different majors and would not have traditional classes together she said A zoom lens on another government Kendall Vega 15 had been to Europe but was interested to see another part of the world A study tour in New Zealand accomplished that Kendall Vega 15 traveled to New Zealand for a field study during J Term During J Term 2012 she was part of the group that traveled with Prof Brent McClintock who teaches economics and Prof Michael Phegley who teaches business and pre law Through field work in the vastly changing nation students were able to analyze the similarities and distinctions between U S and New Zealand public policies That only fueled an interest in comparative politics for Kendall a political science and religion major from Kenosha For her the opportunity to travel as a freshman was a no brainer It s a chance to travel in a safe environment for a good price all while learning about a foreign country she said I wanted to visit New Zealand because I knew I would be able to experience a completely new culture without having to deal with a language barrier Though she was halfway around the world Kendall said she felt at home When the trip started I was nervous because I was the only freshman in the group she said but the other students welcomed me so quickly that I completely forgot what I was nervous about and just enjoyed myself I ll always remember the lengthy plane rides the waterfalls the mountains and the cheerful New Zealanders Lasting memories without leaving campus Back on campus

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  • Registration and Information — J-Term — Carthage College
    offered during the J Term carry four credits unless otherwise specified Grading At the completion of all on campus courses some off campus courses and independent studies undertaken during J Term each student will receive one of the following letter grades A A B B B C C C D D D Passing grade I Incomplete given only in special cases of illness or some other uncontrollable factor W Official Withdrawal F Failure or Unofficial Withdrawal S or U when indicated in this catalog In some off campus courses students are assigned a grade of Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory at the conclusion of J Term Grades of S or U do not affect the grade point average A U appears on the transcript as an unsuccessful completion of J Term Tuition and Fees Carthage students who are enrolled full time for the academic year pay no additional tuition during J Term Off campus study tours require a deposit non refundable at the time of registration To learn J Term tuition fees for special part time students contact the Carthage Business Office Withdrawals and Refunds If a student registers for J Term and then withdraws no refund will be made after noon

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  • JTerm News — J-Term — Carthage College
    the area s past more J Term 2014 Carthage study tour destinations announced Students can choose from 21 study tours to such wide ranging sites as Cuba New York and Vietnam in either January or Summer 2014 more Students learn to tilt life s odds in their favor Students in Strategic Interaction of Gambling in Popular Books and Film analyze movies and read about pool hustling poker and other kinds of bets But what they learn about strategic interaction can be utilized in many other ways more J Term class assesses risk management In a world that has proven to be predictably unpredictable Prof Jim Peterson wants Carthage students to understand how to plan for and when possible mitigate the risks 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 Course Spotlight Students introduced to cancer cell science innovative treatments Using case studies and field trips to prestigious research facilities Professor Amareshwar Singh a nanotechnology researcher gave his students a primer on Cancer Biology more Course Spotlight Energy issues of past and future fuel class discussion J Term class examines the heavy influence that energy has had on history along with the pros and cons of various energy sources more J Term Through video lens students see into heart of Puerto Rico Largely composed of novice filmmakers class produces authentic tourism videos from two week study tour more Course Spotlight Cartographic Design course introduces students to map making Those in Professor Robert Edsall s course became original cartographers and examined the subjective nature of maps more Course Spotlight 4 D Sculpture Sound and New Media Students focus on light and sound as artistic media during first time J Term course more J

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  • Course Spotlight: Cancer Biology — Carthage News — Carthage College
    biology professor Amareshwar Singh helped them understand the science behind the disease and the cutting edge treatments that could someday attack it In the Cancer Biology course he aimed to teach students the biological characteristics shared by cancer cells and how they differ from normal cells They reviewed various forms of cancer the mutations of genes that occur and possible treatments For Steven Legate 15 the course reinforced his intent to enter the medical field A volunteer at a cancer center in Zion Ill he said the lessons helped him understand the hardships that patients endure and the treatments they undergo Matthew Whiteside 13 synthesizes hand sanitizer in the Compounding Lab at the Chicago College of Pharmacy part of Midwestern University in Downers Grove Ill Even though I am going for general treatment I still want to be able to help people recover from illness and improve their lives said Steven a biology major from West Bend Wis The treatments covered in class included nanotechnology which remains a top research interest of Prof Singh As a researcher at Northwestern University s Chicago campus he studied the effects of nanoparticles on cancer cells The research holds promise because the multifunctional drugs made with nanotechnology can be used for detection imaging therapy and even reporting back results Prof Singh said He added that the tiny size of the particles also allows them to access any part of the body The technology offers patients the potential for milder side effects than with traditional chemotherapy The drugs target only the cancer cells not the good ones Prof Singh said Enhancing the experience students took field trips to the Chicago College of Pharmacy at Midwestern University in Downers Grove Ill and the International Institute for Nanotechnology at Northwestern s Evanston Ill campus On the latter

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  • Students to debut play in Ireland — Carthage News — Carthage College
    lake campus faces Fall Workshop Crafting the Narrative The workshop was designed to create a foundation for A Clamour of Rooks Students were tasked with developing original characters and ideas and then very quickly transforming these characters and ideas into images and performances with full costuming and lighting It was simultaneously the most exhausting and most beautiful thing I have ever done said Shannon Fox 13 a theatre major from Geneseo Ill You explore every inch of the visual spectrum It was creatively stimulating and draining The pressure to create extemporaneously and the lack of time for students to second guess themselves created performances that will serve as building blocks of the play Mr Sutton gathered more than 2 000 photographs two to three hours of video and a plethora of notes from these performances Irish playwright Martin Maguire will now sift through these materials and craft a script that captures the essence of what Mr Sutton captured during the workshop Once the script is finished it will be sent to Prof Scharnick who will immediately begin directing the students They will then head overseas to Dublin The workshop brought everyone together in an unique way and all ideas and opinions were valued Everyone was open minded said Courtney Matula 14 a theatre major from Hastings Minn I think this unity that we have created between cast crew director and collaborators will make this production even better Students said that testing their creative limits changed the way they approach theatre This was such an amazing experience said Brea Beelow 13 a theatre major from Mundelein Ill I definitely changed as an actor throughout this experience The students are well versed and able to explore their potential Mr Sutton said When they have to jump off a cliff they re not afraid of crashing and burning but instead they fly More than a decade in the making The seeds of the project were planted in 1999 when Prof Scharnick was an undergraduate student at Carthage He took a J Term course at the Gaiety School of Acting where Mr Sutton was one of his instructors The two reestablished contact in 2007 when Prof Scharnick led his own J Term study tour to Ireland Patrick and I were only able to meet briefly then but I shared with him my interest in collaborating on an original theatre project Prof Scharnick said He d done similar projects with American universities before so I knew the project was viable though ambitious In 2010 Prof Scharnick was awarded a grant to travel to Dublin where he and Mr Sutton finalized the project s details They also established and strengthened other contacts in the Irish theatre community in the hopes that A Clamour of Rooks will not be Carthage s only transatlantic collaboration Packing up and performing in another country can be stressful but our students have performed in different parts of the country during the American College Theatre Festival Prof Scharnick said They re disciplined

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