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  • Debate Team — Carthage College
    season Teams regularly break to out rounds and individual debaters often win speaker awards All Carthage students are welcome to join the team The team covers tournament entry fees and expenses for 8 10 tournaments each year Prospective students with experience in high school policy debate should consider applying for the Carthage Debate Scholarship If you are interested in joining contact Matthew Tuttle for meeting times and locations Kirsten Bergstrom 15 Kyle Anzalone 13 Nate Ruffolo 13 and Nate Fulton 13 in Topeka Kansas for the Washburn University Debate Tournament Nov 12 13 2011 The Debate Team visited the historic site that prompted the case of Brown vs Board of Education Recent News The Carthage College Debate Team has received its first ever national tournament bid after a successful debate tournament at Webster University Jan 25 27 Varsity debate partners Nathan Fulton and Nathan Ruffolo fresh off a victory over Notre Dame at the Varsity Championship at Bowling Green State University entered Webster s Debate Tournament 3 points away from qualifying for a bid to the coveted National Parliamentary Tournament of Excellence NPTE National Championship The Nates were ranked 44th out of 600 teams in the NPTE before Webster s tournament which is impressive on its own said Carthage Debate Team coach Matthew Tuttle In order to receive the 7 points for the bid they needed to at least go 3 3 in the six preliminary rounds at Webster Carthage Debate does not aim low nor settle Tuttle said and set it sights higher winning four rounds and losing two The losses were to the eighth and ninth ranked teams in the nation Their performance advanced them into the playoffs They were Octafinalists losing again to the eighth team in the nation The NPTE Nationals will be held March 17

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  • Distinguished Teacher Award — Carthage College
    nominations from students and select one faculty member for this special commendation The first to receive the new award was Professor Larry Hamilton of the Psychology Department The Teacher of the Year Award has now become an annual tradition Each spring at the Honors Convocation a Trustee announces that year s winner whose name is engraved on a plaque in Lentz Hall The award has been presented to individuals from a wide range of disciplines Many still teach at Carthage and others have retired with emeritus status an indication of the College s ability to retain excellent teachers 2012 13 Maria Carrig English read more 2011 12 Elaine Radwanski biology read more 2010 11 Gregory Baer modern languages read more 2009 10 Christine Blaine chemistry read more 2008 09 Stephen Udry history 2007 08 Robert Maleske psychology 2006 07 Timothy Eckert chemistry 2005 06 Marilyn Ward education 2004 05 Erik Kulke modern languages 2003 04 Mark Snavely mathematics 2002 03 Jeffrey Roberg political science 2001 02 Julio Rivera geography and earth science 2000 01 Aaron Trautwein mathematics 1999 00 Daniel Miller psychology and neuroscience 1998 99 David Brunn business administration and accounting 1997 98 Sandra Harrington biology 1996 97 Thomas Brawner biology 1995 96 Romwald Maczka religion 1994 95 Erlan Wheeler mathematics and computer science 1993 94 David Steege english 1992 93 Jon Swift exercise and sport science 1991 92 Paul Hansen chemistry 1990 91 Shandy Holland speech and theatre 1989 90 Richard Miller geography and social sciences 1988 89 Ingrid Tiegel psychology 1987 88 Charlotte Chell mathematics computer science great ideas 1986 87 Dennis P Strommen chemistry 1985 86 Edwin C Kalke art 1984 85 James C Kennedy psychology 1983 84 Irene J Kraemer french 1982 83 Robert L Hade chemistry 1981 82 John Windh music 1980 81 Thomas

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  • Diversity Summit — Carthage College
    11 Thursday March 14 Student Multicultural Affairs Diversity Institute Niemann Media Theater Free open to Carthage students The Dean of Students Office will hold four days of workshops where students can learn about various issues related to diversity Speakers include students and faculty and staff members Each of the sessions lasts one hour Students who complete at least five of the workshops will receive a prize which will be presented during Spring Family Weekend Below is the schedule for the Diversity Institute sessions Click on a link for more details about a topic or presenter Time Topic Presenter March 11 5 p m Kick off event Residence Life Council 6 p m How to Be a Successful Minority Male at a Predominantly White Institution Keith Wise 7 p m Diversity in Personality Gary Williams March 12 6 p m Multiracial Student Panel Carthage students 7 p m Social Justice Courtney McNeal 8 p m Gender 101 Brianna Nesbitt March 13 6 p m Kiswahili Language Workshop Vivian Onano Emanuel Kitoi 7 p m White Privilege in Higher Education Prof Danielle Geary 8 p m Ne Yo and Women Prof Sandie Bisciglia March 14 6 p m Discussion of movie Crash Prof Leonard Schulze 7 p m Taking the Trans out of LGBT Courtney Drew 8 p m Judaism Year Round Lizz Zitron Download the full program Thursday March 14 Speaker Aymen Abdel Halim CAIR Chicago U S Media Portrayals of Islam and Muslims 4 30 p m Todd Wehr Center 128 Free open to the public Aymen Abdel Halim is the Communications Coordinator for CAIR Chicago The Council on American Islamic Relations He teaches The Media and Islam as part of the Islamic World Studies program at DePaul University in Chicago He is also a media researcher and producer and is interested in exploring the effects related to U S media portrayals of Islam and Muslims His most recent study is on the impact of TV news on the self conception of Arab and Muslim youth in the San Francisco Bay Area In 2011 he was nominated for the Stuart Hyde Award for Excellence in Writing About the Media Award as well as the SFSU Excellence in Writing For and About the Media Award in 2010 He continues to write and speak extensively on topics related to media portrayals of Islam and Muslims across the U S and is working on a documentary about Palestinians living under occupation as well as an ethnographic study on American Muslim life Read more about CAIR Chicago at its website Monday March 18 Tuesday March 19 Workshops on Alternate Models of Leadership Administration and Staff March 18 9 a m noon March 19 2 p m 5 p m Faculty March 18 2 p m 5 p m March 19 9 a m noon Campbell Student Union Theatre Free Leadership consultants from the Women s Center at the University of Idaho will provide two days of training for Carthage faculty and staff members Representatives

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  • Explore Carthage - Student-Voices — Carthage College
    that makes for an unforgettable college experience Read more Brad Hyland 14 Environmental Science The Environmental Science Program gives students the opportunity to choose a track that they are most interested in whether that is science or policy based Read more Diane Hahn 14 Political Science and French I love how Carthage not only makes it possible to double major but they have also worked with me to make it possible to switch my double major after one year and add a minor on top of that Read more Patrick Lambdin 13 Great Ideas and Classics If you like being challenged academically try Great Ideas and Classics Together they are a very intensive program that encourages you to know at least three languages before graduation Read more Desirae Murphy 13 Social Work Carthage s Social Work Program has all the support and resources I need to greatly succeed It more than adequately prepares you for the next step in your future Read more Douglas Vodnik 14 Physics When originally applying to schools Douglas was drawn to Carthage s physics program because of all of the opportunities that it provides its students Read more Andrew Straszewki 14 Biology All of the professors have been extremely approachable and easily accessible I have found that all of the professors in the science departments seem to have my best interests in mind Read more Lauren Waligorski International Political Economy I decided to change my major to IPE because it was something I knew I could thrive in and the different components of the major are very interesting to learn about Read more Alyssa Scott 14 English and Political Science I love the Political Science Department because it is really flexible and allows you a lot of freedom to study what you are interested in

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  • F. Gregory Campbell — Carthage College
    Campbell held administrative and or faculty positions at Yale University and the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Mr Campbell holds a Ph D from Yale M A from Emory University and a B A from Baylor University He completed additional study and research at Philipps Universität in Marburg Lahn Germany Charles University and the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences in Prague Czechoslovakia and the Institute for Educational Management Harvard University As a historian he specialized in international relations and Central European history Mr Campbell is the author of Confrontation in Central Europe Weimar Germany and Czechoslovakia published by the University of Chicago Press in 1975 and reprinted as a Midway Reprint in 1978 He also has published a variety of articles on European history His awards include two Fulbright grants a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship and a Lewis Farmington Fellowship at Yale In 1976 77 he was a Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars at the Smithsonian Institution On three occasions over a span of 20 years Mr Campbell was selected to participate in the exchange of scholars between the United States and Czechoslovakia The Japan Economic Foundation included him among international executives invited to Japan for its annual seminars He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Kappa Mr Campbell retains an enthusiasm for adventure travel Since the 1990s he has climbed Africa s Mount Kilimanjaro hiked Inca trails to Machu Picchu in Peru trekked the circuit around Mont Blanc in the Alps and twice reached the base camp at Mount Everest He and his wife Barbara Kuhn Campbell have three adult sons Fenton Matthew and Charles Mr and Mrs Campbell are active members of St Mary s Lutheran Church in Kenosha He

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  • Lazareth Lectures — Carthage College
    Tuesday March 23 2010 The Rev Dr Duane H Larson President Wartburg Theological Seminary Faithed Secularity The Promise of a Lutheran College in the 21st Century Read the lecture Wednesday April 14 2010 Dr Jon Pahl Professor Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia Four American Crises Two Tea Parties The Witnesses of William Allen William Lazareth and the Future of Lutheran Higher Education Read the lecture Thursday May 6 2010 Dr

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  • Libraries in Our Lives: A Celebration — Carthage College
    academic librarians We hope you will join us to kick off this special year on Monday October 8 2012 from 4 to 6 p m in the lower lobby of the library Libraries are community centers gateways to learning and champions of the liberal arts Libraries preserve our history and help us prepare for our future Please look at the exciting events planned for this upcoming year and plan to join us on Monday October 8 2012 Main Events Learning Leading and the Library A Celebration of Hedberg Library October 8 12 2012 The Carthage community is invited to join a weeklong celebration of Hedberg Library s successful 10 years The kick off event will be held from 4 to 6 p m Monday Oct 8 in the library s lower level Enjoy a cake shaped like our library see a student written and produced play and experiment with the latest e readers Read more Through the e Looking Glass Children s Literature in the Digital Age April 13 2013 This day long conference is for teachers librarians and others who love books and welcome new forms We will explore how books are being reinvented to create visual and interactive

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  • Miss-America — Carthage College
    of the national pageant Prof Dennee said he was completely impressed by her performance I think she had such poise and it sparkled I think she ll be an amazing ambassador not only for the Miss America organization but also for her cause and for music Crowning moment a blur In an interview with the Associated Press after winning the national pageant Miss Kaeppeler said her crowning moment was a blur I was crying even before my name was called she said It was just surreal to have this honor She received a 50 000 scholarship and will serve as Miss America for one year Her platform is Circles of Support a mentoring program for children of incarcerated parents She plans to use her scholarship money to pursue a degree in family law I really feel like I ve been called to work in this she told the Associated Press Whether I became Miss America or not this is something that I would pursue in my career no matter what Carthage support Miss Kaeppeler s journey to the national pageant was closely followed by the Carthage community Several of her former classmates traveled to Las Vegas to cheer her on She s such an amazing and genuine person and so talented said Aileen Farrell 10 who attended the pageant with fellow Carthage alumna Maureen Toomey 10 Both Aileen and Maureen studied music at Carthage with Miss Kaeppeler The trio became fast friends I m so excited for her to have this new adventure Miss Farrell said I have no doubt that she s going to work really hard to promote her platform It s something she s really passionate about and really believes in so she s going to take this as far as she can Carthage alumnus Wendell Olson 60 a Las Vegas resident was also in the audience when Miss Kaeppeler was crowned It was just thrilling Mr Olson said She did just a wonderful job I was so proud He and his wife decided to attend the pageant after learning that Miss Wisconsin graduated from his alma mater It was emotional he said It s a compliment to the College and the Carthage Music Department There was some magnificent talent It was so much fun to see such a nice nice girl compete and win against 52 other wonderful talented bright people During her time at Carthage Miss Kaeppeler was a member of the Carthage Choir the Lincoln Chamber Singers and the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus and a Music Department Honor s Recital Participant Her platform comes from her personal experience as the child of an incarcerated parent She founded Circles of Support a mentoring program for children of incarcerated parents Nationwide more than 2 million children have a parent who is incarcerated in a state or federal prison or local jail she stated in a description of her platform on the Miss Wisconsin website Children with imprisoned parents are almost six times more likely than their peers

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