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  • Frequently Asked Questions — General Information — Library and Information Services — Carthage College
    s Literature Staubitz Archives About LIS Library Information Services Carthage College 2001 Alford Park Dr Kenosha WI 53140 Library and Information Services Frequently Asked Questions How do I connect to the Internet How do I print What is my Novell ID What is happening for Friday Family Fun night I don t know my password for How do I access databases from off campus What are the hours of Einstein

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  • Bytes and Books
    better forecast their future Experts from higher education publishing libraries technology and student learning will explore the past present and future of their fields in order to address the complex ecosystem in which academic libraries function Posted in Uncategorized No Comments Student organizations offices and departments can transfer records to Archives What is a record Which records should you destroy Which records should be transferred to the archives Dealing with records in your office or department can be confusing but archivist Abbi Brown wants to help The Archives is instituting two Records Days each year October 1 and March 1 to offer campus offices and departments the opportunity to transfer records to the Archives As you finish out the spring semester think about the records both paper and digital that you might want to send to the Archives Good candidates include but are not limited to minutes policy related documents or publications created by your office Expect more information about the October 1st Records Day at the beginning of the fall semester If you have any questions please email Abbi Brown at abrown5 carthage edu Posted in Uncategorized No Comments New parking registration system for students launched The Business Office and LIS often work together to develop new ways to streamline processes and make them more user friendly This semester students were able to register for parking permits as an add on to housing registration because of a joint effort between the two offices Once a student had signed up for housing he she were able to make a deposit on a permit for their desired lot A stand alone version of the application will be available through the portal later this month so that commuters as well as residents will be able to utilize the functionality Posted in Uncategorized No Comments Building a better future Going paperless going green Our Digital Carthage initiative is helping the College adopt environmentally friendly future oriented strageties for normally paper heavy activities From admissions to assignments Digital Carthage aims to both save trees and preserve information in a more stable format Within this larger initiative individuals can start their own Digital Carthage push by printing less Americans use fifty million tons of paper annually consu ming eight hundred fifty million trees There are many steps each individual can take to be more environmentally friendly Before printing ask yourself a few basic questions 1 Should it be printed 2 Can it be printed double sided The new Carthage P rint system can print double sided 3 Will it be used again if not should it be printed Going over these three questions before printing are crucial for environmental sustainability Contribute to the Digital Carthage iniative by signing The Green Pledge on the Carthage website Carthage Going Green is Be sure to post the amazing environmentally friendly things that you do or see on campus we want to know Amanda Feldt Smith 16 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments April 8 2013 From the Desk of Todd Kelley VP for Library and Information Services One of the special benefits of having my office on the lower level of Hedberg Library is the extraordinary sense of Carthage history that emanates from across the hall in the Staubitz Archives It also doesn t hurt to have the current longest continuously serving employee of the College working in the Archives as well Our own Tina Dr Ernestine Eger Professor Emerita of Modern Languages and now Archivist is a walking history of the College Now however instead of Tina studying someone else from the history of Carthage she herself has been included as part of a wonderful exhibit now on display on the upper level of Hedberg The interactive exhibit is called Legacy of Leadership Eight Remarkable Carthage Women The exhibit is based upon research conducted by Associate Professor of English Theatre and Great Ideas Maria Carrig and Ms Ann Santori 11 and was constructed by Archives and Digital Records Coordinator Abigail Brown Ms Rachel Jason 13 and Media Producer Michael Murphy The exhibit celebrates and chronicles through artifacts and oral history the development and influence of Professors Ernestine Eger Ingrid Tiegel Charlotte Chell Mabel DuPriest Marian Rothstein Judith Schaumberg Linda Noer and Registrar Ruth Johnson Emerita These Carthage leaders have had a profound impact upon thousands of students over the past fifty years These wonderful role models have demonstrated leadership with their own lives Their influence is beyond measure They have shown that at Carthage anything is possible Gender age race or sexual preference will not hold you back You can be scientist performer business entrepreneur scholar writer producer or anything at all With Carthage the boxes and preconceptions are left behind Creativity diligence collaboration and a healthy dash of skepticism are essential Our goal is to continue and build on the work of the eight remarkable Carthage women We want to do everything that we can to support you in your work to achieve your goals The exhibit about eight remarkable Carthage women demonstrates what can happen with Carthage Anything is possible See the article below for more about the exhibit Posted in Uncategorized No Comments Request Tracker lets you report track problems in one place If you are having a connectivity problem need assistance with eRacer or need help researching for a paper Library and Information Services LIS offers a one stop shop for reporting and tracking your issue Request Tracker RT for short is a ticket system that allows you to report a problem and track its progress much like you would track a package online There are three ways you can report your problem through RT The best method is to login to RT directly at help carthage edu with your Novell user ID and password If you have open tickets in the system already they will show up on the screen If you are reporting a problem for the first time click New Ticket at the upper left Click the queue name that best

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  • History — A. W. Clausen Center for World Business — Carthage College
    Jimmy Carter and during his term significantly strengthened the financial position of the institution In 1986 he returned to BankAmerica as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer retiring in 1990 Mr Clausen graduated from the Advanced Management Program of the Harvard Business School He was honored with the Harvard Business School Alumni Achievement Award the Outstanding Achievement Award from the University of Minnesota the Carthage Distinguished Alumnus Award and the California Industrialist of the Year Award He received honorary degrees from Carthage Gonzaga University Lewis and Clark College the University of Notre Dame the University of the Pacific and the University of Santa Clara He was awarded the prestigious University of California San Francisco Medal and the Carthage Flame Mr Clausen was a trustee or director of numerous educational foreign policy or economic organizations including Carthage the Walter A Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley the University of California San Francisco Foundation the Asia Foundation the Committee for Economic Development Population Action International and the International Center for Economic Growth Mr Clausen was immediate past Chairman of the World Affairs Council of Northern California He was a member of the Bretton Woods Committee and the Korea U S Wiseman Council He was advisor to the Japan Foundation s Center for Global Partnership He received awards from the governments of Italy Japan Senegal South Korea Spain and Venezuela Mr Clausen died Jan 22 2013 at the age of 89 He was survived by his wife Helen of Hillsborough Calif and two grown sons Eric and Mark Read an in depth profile of Mr Clausen 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

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  • Facilities — A. W. Clausen Center for World Business — Carthage College
    halls the Clausen Center emphasizes seminar and group study rooms along with classrooms designed to encourage group discussion Classrooms feature data ports and electrical outlets at student seats multimedia equipment indirect lighting and ceiling mounted projectors and recessed electronically operated projection screens Seminar rooms offer multimedia equipment and round table seating A computer classroom offers the same amenities as the traditional classrooms but also includes desktop computers with flat screen monitors and a SMART BoardTM interactive whiteboard The Clausen Center also houses a computer lab Troha Boardroom The centerpiece of the Clausen Center is the Troha Boardroom Commanding an upper level view over the atrium commons the facility is the domain not of Carthage Trustees officers or even faculty members it is a business fitness center for Carthage students The Troha Boardroom has all the accoutrements of corporate executive offices and directors suites providing opportunities for students to convene in a boardroom setting and understand the role and dynamics that such an entity plays in a business environment Here students make presentations and engage in business debates with fellow students and professors The boardroom also provides a venue to meet with visiting international business leaders By simulating real life circumstances the boardroom experience conditions young students to relax and to concentrate on the tasks at hand when they move into a corporate business environment or when they run their own companies as young entrepreneurs Multimedia equipment includes a 60 inch flat panel plasma display television and cameras for video conferencing data power and telecommunications inputs on the boardroom table a hi fi DVD player VCR and a SMART BoardTM interactive whiteboard A wall that continues the Lannon stone motif is adjacent to a wall made entirely of glass providing a magnificent view of the center atrium and glimpses of areas

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  • News — A. W. Clausen Center for World Business — Carthage College
    s Business and Professional Coalition during a private luncheon June 13 more Invasive Species Studies The Clausen Center has just published the occasional paper Managing Aquatic Invasive Species in the Great Lakes An Analysis of Policies Politics and Stakeholders by Professor Jerald C Mast of the Department of Political Science more Alumni Achievements Marie Sarantakis 12 establishes herself as Renaissance woman A recent Carthage graduate became a best selling author on her way to law school more Professor featured on Fourth Street Forum Art Cyr discusses the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and their impact on the United States and Wisconsin Watch it online more Past News STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT Carthage Enactus reaches national competition for fifth straight year After winning its fifth straight regional competition the Carthage chapter of Enactus heads to Kansas City to compete in the Enactus National Exposition May 21 23 more Carthage welcomes United Way President Wendy DuBoe Wendy DuBoe president and CEO for United Way of Metropolitan Chicago will visit Carthage April 10 12 as the Chapman Executive in Residence She will speak at a luncheon of the Business and Professional Coalition on April 11 more A Lasting Legacy International banking executive Carthage supporter Tom

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  • Distinguished Visitors — A. W. Clausen Center for World Business — Carthage College
    Sorensen senior advisor and national advocate for the United Nations Foundation Bruce DuMont Chicago radio television host and founder of the Museum of Broadcast Communications David Eisenhower author Julie Eisenhower author Sergei Khrushchev Brown University scientist Bill Schneider CNN senior political analyst Daniel J Travanti actor Students have also had the opportunity to meet with retired executives from Mobil Oil and Snap on Inc and members of the Wisconsin legislature Executives in Residence The Chapman Executive in Residence program brings prominent business leaders to campus to speak to students and the public The program is endowed by Carthage Trustee Steven M Chapman Group Vice President Emerging Markets and Businesses Cummins Inc who also served as the initial visiting executive In April 2012 we will host Col Paul Herbert Executive Director of the First Division Museum in Cantigny Illinois He is West Point graduate and holds a Ph D in History from Ohio State University Other Executives in Residence include David Baskerville of Baskerville International an experienced international business executive with particular expertise regarding Asia Jerome Grant President of Business Publishing at Pearson Prentice Hall Wayne McVicker Founder of Neoforma com Scott E Roe Vice President Global Planning and Logistics of Abbott Laboratories Russell W Swansen Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer of Thrivent Financial Cordelia Taylor Founder and Director of The Family House in Milwaukee Steven J Hopp Area Vice President of Gallagher Benefit Services C S Bud Kulesza former CFO ITT Automotive The Chapman Executive in Residence program was launched by business professor Thomas Groleau who remains on the Steering Committee 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 News See

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  • Academic Departments — A. W. Clausen Center for World Business — Carthage College
    framework Coursework in the following areas is interdisciplinary preparing students for successful careers in a global economy Department of Business Administration Economics Department Political Science Department Pre Law International Political Economy 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 News See all Clausen

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  • Contact — A. W. Clausen Center for World Business — Carthage College
    about Professor Cyr Carthage College 2001 Alford Park Drive Kenosha WI 53140 262 551 5750 acyr carthage edu Deborah Usinger Clausen Center Administrative Assistant Carthage College 2001 Alford Park Drive Kenosha WI 53140 262 551 5833 dusinger carthage edu 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

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