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  • Photo Gallery — Virtual Tour — About Carthage — Carthage College
    Visit Day Apply Online Undergraduate Research Opportunities Students and faculty find answers together Read more Study Abroad Connect with other cultures Master a foreign language Read more Carthage Symposium Team taught courses allow students to explore a single topic from two very different points of view Read more J Term A special month long period of study in January to experiment create and dream Read more Western Heritage Freshman seminar

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  • Carthage Excellence — Carthage College
    colleges in Wisconsin by U S News World Report Carthage is one of the top 10 baccalaureate institutions in the country for student participation in short term study abroad according to the Institute of International Education Forbes com ranked Carthage among the top 10 undergraduate institutions in Wisconsin Carthage was ranked highly for graduates median mid career earnings EXCELLENCE IN THE ACADEMICS Carthage is one of only two liberal arts colleges nationwide to participate in NASA s Systems Engineering Educational Discovery program NASA began the SEED program six years ago Carthage is one of just two schools in the country selected to participate in the program all six years Carthage has had seven Fulbright scholars in five years Carthage has the nation s oldest undergraduate technical entrepreneurship program Founded in 1994 the ScienceWorks program has propelled hundreds of Carthage undergraduates beyond traditional post graduate options and into areas that are entrepreneurial or innovative in nature Carthage is among the best in the country at preparing undergraduate physics students for careers in the fields of science technology engineering and mathematics according to the American Institute of Physics The AIP recently selected Carthage s Department of Physics and Astronomy for its new study on effective undergraduate physics programs Carthage is one of six colleges and universities nationwide selected for the project EXCELLENCE IN ATHLETICS Carthage baseball coach Augie Schmidt will be inducted into the American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2014 The Carthage Lady Reds Basketball Team were CCIW Conference Champions and CCIW Tournament Champions in 2013 and made it to the second round of the NCAA Division III Women s Basketball Championship Former Carthage swimmer Amanda Croix 11 qualified for the 2012 Olympic Trials Carthage s Randy Hansen 12 was named the American Volleyball Coaches Association s NCAA Division

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  • Forecasting Next Generation Libraries: A Course-Ference at Carthage — Carthage News — Carthage College
    to talk about the future of libraries using a paradigm that s probably a hundred years old Here s how the course ference works Participants register online at nextgenlibraries org Registration is just 25 for the entire course ference for a team of two people Once registered participants can visit the conference website throughout July and August to watch presentations by keynote speakers and watch or listen to panel discussions about students higher education libraries technology and publishing A new multi media presentation will be posted on the course ference website each week along with an opportunity for online discussion Participants can watch panels and post comments and questions at their convenience In mid August participants will create their library s future scenario in the form of a plan or poster presentation and then present their ideas in a short multi media presentation It s a cost effective and time efficient way to hear from a wide variety of experts with myriad experiences Ms Zitron said We also wanted to make this available for people in faraway places added Ms Sabbar We have people from as far away as Australia who will be attending without having to worry about travel or about being online at a specific time to watch that presentation All materials and interactive venues will be online and available to participants throughout the duration of the event and beyond Speakers and Panelists The course ference kicks off on July 1 with keynote speaker Joshua Morrill a nationally recognized consultant who helps organizations understand where they are where they want to go and what strengths and challenges guide that journey Dr Morrill received his Ph D in communication science in 2004 from the University of Wisconsin Madison where he continues to lecture The course ference wraps up on Aug 19 with noted technology and education expert Bryan Alexander a senior fellow at the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education NITLE Mr Alexander is the author of The New Digital Storytelling Creating Narratives with New Media In July and August there will be five panel discussions featuring the following topics and panelists Click on the topic below to read full biographies of all panel participants Libraries Bradford Lee Eden dean of library services Valparaiso University R David Lankes professor and Dean s Scholar for the New Librarianship Syracuse University s School of Information Studies David W Lewis dean of the IUPUI University Library Indiana University Assistant Vice President Digital Scholarly Communications Eileen R Mackevich executive director Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum Higher Education Bryan Alexander senior fellow National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education Ronald D Kraemer vice president and chief information officer University of Notre Dame Gregory S Woodward President of Carthage College Technology Terry Reese head of digital initiatives Ohio State University Tip House chief architect OCLC Michael Nielsen author of Reinventing Discovery The New Era of Networked Science Kaye Howe director National STEM Digital Library Mary A Spio president and chief executive officer Next

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  • English honor society hosts reading event with Kenosha school — Carthage News — Carthage College
    in South Carolina He befriends a new girl in town who turns out to be a witch On her 16 th birthday she is scheduled to be claimed as either a good or bad witch The story deals with their friendship and with the tension between fate and personal choice Ms Harrison says I did this because I want to help improve literacy with these kids I was not a reader myself at that age I read because I had to Then I read one book that I loved and I started to really like reading Sometimes it just takes that one book to get a young person interested in reading With Beautiful Creatures we liked the themes and the story was fun and engaging Lance students were given copies of the book and read it with their instructors Carthage participants who included English majors Rachel Baldwin Andria Bowlsby D Monti Fedele Stephanie Marcotte Brittany Mirkiewicz Shanda Nelson Michaeline Perry April Schultz and Amanda Terry also read the book On the day of the event Lance students and their chaperones came to Carthage and groups of about 25 worked together with Sigma Tau Delta members on fun ice breaking activities themed to the book Carthage students had purchased all the supplies combined with discussion of some of the major life issues raised by the book Then they watched a film version of the book in the Campbell Student Union theater concluding with lunch in the cafeteria and discussion of the movie I thought the event was extremely successful Ms Harrison says One of my special education students who is not a reader finished the whole book and had a lot to say about it Some parents emailed thanking us for doing this It was interesting how many boys got into

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  • Alumnus takes faculty position at renowned London university — Carthage News — Carthage College
    successful he said Dr Dubis spent five years at the Medical College of Wisconsin research lab studying the morphology and development of a part of the eye that governs humans ability to see color and to read In the middle he spent a year at a university in Galway Ireland After returning to Milwaukee he completed his Ph D in 2012 Dr Dubis advanced his research during a postdoctoral fellowship at Duke University Medical Center s Department of Ophthalmology in Durham N C There he helped develop image driven surgery tools He said once they re in place the tools would improve precision by allowing eye surgeons to view high resolution images during operations The seeds of his interest in research were sown at Carthage where Dr Dubis said biology professors Patrick Pfaffle and Scott Hegrenes got him hooked He praised the faculty for detailing the post graduation options and using connections to help the students get into the programs they choose Prof Pfaffle attended Dr Dubis Ph D dissertation defense He finds it notable that his former student is conducting research with practical applications for the medical field Adam has a curriculum vitae that would probably make a lot of faculty members jealous he said Dr Dubis vouched for the research skills that students gain as undergraduates at Carthage saying they easily transfer to graduate programs He singled out the Phage Hunters courses and other original work as indicators of the quality of research going on here I m really jealous that I m not coming through now he said They are doing new things that are contributing to the whole of knowledge Just as important as the knowledge he carried on from Carthage is the one thing he didn t take debt Thanks to a generous financial aid

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  • Carthage welcomes luncheon speaker Christopher Ruud — Carthage News — Carthage College
    23 2013 by Staff Christopher A Ruud global vice president of LED adoption at Cree Inc will speak at Carthage during a luncheon for the Business and Professional Coalition on Thursday June 13 Mr Ruud oversees all sales of Cree LED lighting products worldwide He was president of the Racine Wis based Ruud Lighting until its acquisition by Cree in August 2011 He began working at Ruud Lighting in 1986 holding positions of increasing responsibility Mr Ruud rose from sweeping floors to manufacturing assembly and eventually into administrative roles He holds a Master of Business Administration degree through Loyola s MBA for Executives program formerly offered at Carthage He received his Bachelor of Science degree in computer science and mathematics from Pepperdine University An active member of the Racine community Mr Ruud is president of the Ruud Family Foundation and serves on the board of advisors for The Prairie School and Forward Racine Mr Ruud often travels the globe to share his knowledge with organizations such as the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America the U S Department of Energy the National Electrical Contractors Association and the American Institute of Architects He also speaks at many trade shows and industry events focusing on the future of lighting and the range of benefits of LED technology and its applications The luncheon will be held in the Todd Wehr Center on the south end of campus For more information about the Carthage Business and Professional Coalition please contact Paul Hegland special assistant to the president by email or at 262 551 5858 News Carthage faculty chosen to participate in humanities program Madrigrano Family Residence Hall wins architecture award Congratulations to the Class of 2013 New shadowing program lets students sample health care careers Carthage welcomes luncheon speaker Christopher Ruud Winners announced in

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  • Students Present Research at Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies — Political Science — Carthage College
    students presented their research Andrew Ademe Poster Propensity of Migration for Young Adults in the United States Read more about Andrew s project Demetri Vincze Paper Racial residential segregation Kate Haapala Paper Sustainable Community Development A Solution to Human Indigenous and Environmental Rights Abuses in Ecuador Cameron Shane Clark Paper American Health Care Failures and the Affordable Care Act Emily Landberg Paper Palestinian Refugees Internal Policies in Jordan and Lebanon Kate Haapala received a Paper Recognition Award at the conference which included a cash prize The Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies was founded in 1985 in response to concerns about nuclear proliferation It was one of the first institutions of its kind to unite public and private schools in Wisconsin to raise awareness of peace and conflict issues Carthage has been a member of the nonpartisan Institute since its founding Membership in the Institute provides opportunities for Carthage students and faculty to share their research and expertise with other institutions In addition to the student presentations two Carthage professors presented at the conference Jeffrey Roberg professor of political science participated in the round table Human Rights How Do We Get Beyond a Good Idea with University of Wisconsin

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  • Visit Days — Visiting Carthage — Admissions — Carthage College
    4058 to schedule a visit appointment Individual Visits Carthage encourages all interested students and their families to contact the Office of Admissions and arrange for a personalized tour on a day that is convenient for them Interviews information sessions meetings with coaches or faculty and tours are available year round Monday through Friday Scheduling your visit is required Two weeks advance notice is appreciated though shorter notice can sometimes be accommodated Call the Office of Admissions at 800 351 4058 or send an email to admissions carthage edu Carthage Preview Days Preview Days include A welcome and introduction to Carthage A presentation about admissions financial aid curriculum and student life A tour of campus with a discussion of student life classroom resources and technology Free lunch in the Dining Commons at Saturday events and weekday morning events only Weekday Preview Days Weekday Preview Day Sign Up Form Morning events begin with check in at 9 30 a m The program begins at 10 a m and concludes with an optional lunch no cost to you at noon Afternoon events begin with check in at 1 30 p m The program begins at 2 and concludes at 4 p m Afternoon events are starred in the list of dates below Friday June 14 Friday June 21 Friday June 28 Wednesday July 3 Monday July 8 Monday July 8 Tuesday July 9 Tuesday July 9 Wednesday July 10 Wednesday July 10 Thursday July 11 Thursday July 11 Friday July 12 Friday July 12 Friday July 26 Friday July 26 Friday August 2 Friday August 2 Monday August 5 Monday August 5 Friday August 9 Friday August 9 Monday August 12 Monday August 12 Wednesday August 14 Wednesday August 14 Friday August 16 Friday August 16 Friday August 23 Friday August 23 Monday

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