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  • Heritage Archive — Western Heritage — Carthage College
    Guide Spring 2011 Western Heritage Guide Fall 2011 Western Heritage Guide Spring 2012 Western Heritage Guide Fall 2012 Combined Heritage Guides 2007 2008 School Year Western 2006 2007 School Year 2005 2006 School Year 2004 2005 School Year 2003 2004 School Year 2002 2003 School Year 2001 2002 School Year 2000 2001 School Year 1994 1995 School Year 1993 1994 School Year Heritage I Fall of 1998 Fall of 1997

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  • Faculty — Western Heritage — Carthage College
    Fellow in Western Heritage and History Lentz Hall 342A carthage edu 262 551 6012 A native of Prince Albert Sask he earned bachelor s and master s degrees in history at the University of Saskatchewan He earned a Ph D in history from the University of Toronto Read more D Ben DeSmidt Director of the Western Heritage Program Associate Professor of Great Ideas and Classics Lentz Hall 215 carthage edu 262 551 5954 Professor Ben DeSmidt s interests in classics center on the Latin language and literature and more broadly on the influence of ancient legal thought on the origins of the novel He Read more Paul Diduch Post Doctoral Fellow in Western Heritage and Political Science Lentz Hall 342B carthage edu 262 551 6011 Paul Diduch teaches Western Heritage and political science He earned two degrees at the University of Alberta a bachelor s degree in film studies and an M A in political science He Read more Aviva Rothman Post Doctoral Fellow in Western Heritage and History Lentz Hall 342C carthage edu 262 551 6010 Professor Aviva Rothman is Carthage s first Bradley Fellow She joined the Carthage faculty to teach Western Heritage courses Prof Rothman received a

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  • Hannibal Lectures — Opportunities — Western Heritage — Carthage College
    on a text discussed in Carthage s core Western Heritage program It seemed that with so many people reading the same books all Carthage freshman have to take Western Heritage you had the makings of creating an intellectual culture Prof Ali explained At many schools professors and students don t talk about things Professors just go to their classes teach and leave Gatherings like Hannibal Lectures allow students and professors to talk about something they have in common There is a vibrant conversation that keeps going from year to year in and outside of the lectures Profs Ali and McShane got the idea for the lecture series while viewing a painting at the Art Institute of Chicago that depicted the Carthaginian General Hannibal crossing the Alps into Rome That was the very first year that we were here Prof Ali recalled It must have been the week before classes started We just decided that we were going to have a lecture series I gave the first lecture it was on Homer s Odyssey Since then our colleagues have been very generous about volunteering to put together lectures Professors give the lectures because they want to and students attend for the same reason Prof McShane said that they discouraged other professors from offering extra credit to their students for attending the lectures He said the series is popular because it s completely voluntary Some dedicated people have been bringing students into Carthage who are self motivated he said And the professors excite students to read We wouldn t be able to do this if the Western Heritage program didn t exist Previous lectures have included Machiavelli and the Founders Prof Nathan Tarcov Committee on Social Thought University of Chicago How Studying History Helped Me Prof F Gregory Campbell former president of

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  • About the Program — ScienceWorks: Entrepreneurial Studies — Carthage College
    business skills that will help them stand out as superior professionals when they enter the job market Courses integrate written and oral communication graphical presentation grant writing business finance and accounting management marketing legal issues and regulation intellectual property business ethics ScienceWorks participants obtain internships with regional national and international companies receive grants to work on new product lines get exclusive licenses to new technologies attend lectures and national meetings and meet world business leaders Business Plan Development The capstone of the ScienceWorks program is the development of a business plan Students work with College faculty outside organizations and industry mentors to develop product or business concepts and then create complete and detailed business plans These projects are far reaching in their topics and format Students might write a start up business plan or undertake a small business research project They may choose to develop a product and seek venture capital financing or research an existing product or service and propose a plan for improving its profitability Prof Arion notes that these plans are significant accomplishments When you look at a ScienceWorks business plan you re looking at everything needed to start a business or secure financing The production of the plan is the process that certifies what the students have learned Students clear the program s final hurdle by presenting their business plans to ScienceWorks Advisory Board and a public audience Hedberg is pleased with what he sees Since natural science students at Carthage already enjoy the benefits of a liberal arts education the business savvy they gain from the ScienceWorks program crowns an exceptional education Their entrepreneurial training global perspective and real world pragmatism will benefit all of us Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take the Next Steps

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  • About the Founder — ScienceWorks: Entrepreneurial Studies — Carthage College
    show budding entrepreneurs with science backgrounds how to succeed in business He backed that challenge with a 1 million gift to endow a professorship for the program That challenge led to the creation of the ScienceWorks program in 1994 Mr Hedberg spent 10 years as an instructor at the University of Illinois Chicago and was president of Science Related Materials in Janesville Wis In 1977 he joined his wife Geraldine in launching Lab Safety Supply Inc a Janesville direct marketer of safety products Over the years along with handling administrative responsibilities Mr Hedberg invented and designed numerous safety and environmental products In a 14 year period the business grew to sales of more 117 million by 1991 In 1992 the Hedbergs sold the company to W W Grainger Inc Currently Mr Hedberg is the Director of the Hedberg Foundation in Janesville Wis and along with his wife is active in philanthropic causes He founded the Health and Emotion Research Institute at the University of Wisconsin and is chairman of its advisory board He is a Carthage Trustee founding chairman of the College s Natural Sciences Advisory Committee and serves on the Advisory Board of ScienceWorks Hedberg remains active in small

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  • Board of Advisors — ScienceWorks: Entrepreneurial Studies — Carthage College
    Donald D Hedberg 50 Civic Leader Program Founder Janesville Wis Michael T Hopkins 78 IP Special Counsel LTD Attorney Milwaukee Wis Marc Hujik Prophet Asset Management Inc President Kenosha Wis Timothy R Konicek Ph D 75 Center for Technology Transfer Director Venture Investments Madison Wis John E Nygard 56 Advanced Bio Control Technologies President Skokie Ill Douglas O Pauls 84 Rockwell Collins Senior Materials Engineer Cedar Rapids Iowa Rodney J

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  • Faculty — ScienceWorks: Entrepreneurial Studies — Carthage College
    Bethel College Indiana Read more Alexander Tiahnybok Assistant Professor of Business Administration Straz Center B12B carthage edu 262 551 2160 Professor Alexander Alex Tiahnybok came to Carthage in 2007 as an adjunct faculty member He joined the Business Administration faculty full time in 2009 He also teaches courses in Carthage s Read more Contributing Faculty Kevin Crosby Chair Division of Natural Sciences Associate Professor of Physics and Computer Science David A Straz Jr Center 204 kcrosby carthage edu 262 551 5855 Read about Professor Crosby Arthur Cyr A W and Mary Margaret Clausen Distinguished Professor of Political Economy and World Business Director of the A W Clausen Center for World Business Director International Political Economy Program Clausen Center 217 acyr carthage edu Read about Professor Cyr Erik Kulke Assistant Professor of Modern Languages Study Abroad Coordinator ekulke carthage edu Read about Professor Kulke Jean Preston Director Writing Center Adjunct Assistant Professor of English Hedberg Library 224 mpreston carthage edu Read about Jean Preston Dan Schowalter Professor of Religion and Classics Lentz Hall 218 dschowalter carthage edu 262 551 5884 Read about Professor Schowalter Mimi Yang Associate Professor of Modern Languages Clausen Center 219 myang carthage edu 262 551 5941 Read about Professor Yang 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 More Voices This class has been one of my favorites and I was always excited to go to it You managed to emphasize the points on how things really work rather than focusing on the theory of how they should work Most importantly the biggest skill learned was how to critically think I have made sure to recommend this class to all

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  • Courses — ScienceWorks: Entrepreneurial Studies — Carthage College
    4 credits Instructor Staff A comprehensive course covering all of the major aspects of operating a business Included among the topics are management skills legal and regulatory issues business ethics financial planning business finance investing and retirement planning accounting and taxation and intellectual property Students will work in teams to develop business plans Prerequisite ESN 3100 3250 Commercial Technologies in Business 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff A January term course designed around student teams engaging in week long projects through which they learn how to develop and produce new products and services The course emphasizes fact finding and on the fly design and systems integration The course includes field trips to regional industries J Term 3500 Field Placement 2 8 credits 2 8 credits Instructor Staff A field placement in entrepreneurial studies enables the student to explore a possible technology business career and to work in an individual academically oriented position designed to supplement or complement the student s academic experience All field placements require faculty supervision and regular meetings between the student and the instructor Prerequisite Permission of the ESN Program Director 3550 Internship 4 8 credits 4 8 credits Instructor Staff An internship enables students to gain practical experience in technology business Such internships are longer in duration than field placements All internships require faculty supervision and regular meetings between the student and the instructor Prerequisite Permission of the ESN Program Director 4100 Technology Based Business Project Development 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff Students will develop a business concept in concert with an outside organization and industry mentor Students will work directly with an industry mentor and College faculty to develop a product or business concept Product design and market research form the core of the course activities Students will present their projects and findings before the ScienceWorks Advisory Board Prerequisite ESN 3200 4300 Business Plan Development and Presentations 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff Students will develop business plans and other business documents for their core project Students will work directly with an industry mentor and College faculty to develop a complete and detailed business plan Students will defend their business plans before the ScienceWorks Advisory Board and a public audience In addition students are strongly urged to participate in an internship or work experience following completion of ESN 3200 and prior to enrolling in ESN 4100 Students must select a suitable business plan project and identify an industry mentor partner prior to the start of ESN 4100 While this is best accomplished through an internship students may elect to conduct projects with other organizations or companies It is the student s responsibility to make arrangements for the project Students can elect to enroll in a Carthage Symposium consisting of ESN 3100 3250 and 3200 ESN 3250 may be taken out of sequence but ESN 3100 and 3200 must be taken consecutively Students enrolled as majors in the Division of Natural Sciences will have priority in enrolling in ScienceWorks courses In addition to the above

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