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  • Careers — Paleontology — Carthage College
    for graduate studies in paleontology Students should also take courses in geology and statistical analysis and gain computer skills A doctoral degree or PhD is almost always necessary for a professional career as a paleontologist Most professional paleontologists today are college and university professors teaching general geology or biology courses in addition to paleontology Other paleontologists work in museums curating exhibits or doing their own research Keep Exploring Areas of

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  • Resources — Paleontology — Carthage College
    Carthage Videos Paleontology Resources Dinosaur Discovery Museum www kenosha org dinosaurdiscovery index html Paleontological Research Institution www museumoftheearth org The Paleontological Society www paleosoc org The Society of Vertebrate Paleontology www vertpaleo org 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 Carthage College

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  • Facilities — Paleontology — Carthage College
    of Paleontology The Carthage Institute of Paleontology housed in the Dinosaur Discovery Museum is dedicated to the preparation and conservation of real dinosaur fossils Carthage students have the opportunity to volunteer in the museum as well as travel with Prof Carr on an expedition to Montana to collect dinosaur bones from Hells Creek Formation Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic Calendar Take

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  • Videos — Paleontology — Carthage College
    A Day in the Life of Paleontologist Thomas Carr Carthage College paleontologist Dr Thomas Carr searches for dinosaur fossils in Hell Creek Montana along with a crew of Carthage students and other scientists Hear what a day of paleontology is really like Professor Thomas Carr Paleontology at Carthage Professor Thomas Carr talks about Paleontology at Carthage College Watch more Carthage videos Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo

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  • Productive dinosaur dig has students buzzing — Carthage News — Carthage College
    discovery of the three horned dinosaur The site was dubbed Jessie s Hill after Jennifer named the Triceratops for the 1980s song Jessie s Girl a family favorite Interest in the annual expedition has grown Prof Carr a noted vertebrate paleontologist who teaches in the Biology Department brought an unusually large group of 10 Carthage students on this summer s tour July 21 Aug 5 Students also benefited from the expertise of Dr Megan Seitz a paleontologist whom the College hired in 2011 for the new role of preparator Prof Carr reported a productive dig session Their efforts largely centered on a quarry in southeastern Montana where a juvenile Tyrannosaurus rex known as Little Clint was found in 2006 Carthage did bolster its collection of T rex bones a relatively rare find according to Prof Carr While prospecting with three others in the group Steve spotted a bone just north of the Little Clint site After carefully exposing the rest using dental tools and a special glue the prospectors determined it was likely a metatarsal foot bone from a juvenile T rex The hands on field work thrilled Steve who has majors in music theatre theatre and biology paleontology specialization Most students aspiring to be a paleontologist don t get a chance to go out in the field and do work until graduate school he said This trip is going to be very memorable for me because I had the time of my life doing what I love I dove head first into exactly what a career in this field will entail Other student discoveries included a humerus shoulder bone from a Triceratops a portion of a vertebra from the crocodile like reptile Champsosaurus and a tooth from a type of feathered dinosaur known as a troodontid Prof Carr said

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  • Videos — Division of Fine Arts — Academics — Carthage College
    teaches class Peter Amster guest choreographer and director works with students on vocals and choreography To Sing A Carthage Hymn of Celebration Student Spotlight Tyler Jump 11 An interview with Carthage student Tyler Jump 11 discussing his experiences at Carthage his position as editor of the student newspaper and his internship with Jockey International J Term Ensemble and Experimental Acting The Carthage J Term course Ensemble and Experimental Acting is so popular that it inspired students to create an official club to continue its aesthetic Ethereal Fauna Art and the Animal Within More than 40 Chicago area artists explore the inner animal muse within each of us in a new exhibit at the H F Johnson Gallery of Art on the Carthage College campus in Kenosha Wis The artists have created unique metaphorical portraits of their animal spirit or that of another person place thing or even society as a whole Student Spotlight Bree McMahon 12 Graphic design major Bree McMahon 12 talks about her yearlong internship at Carthage Miss America performs at Carthage Laura Kaeppeler returned to A F Siebert Chapel on March 15 2012 to perform a free homecoming concert This video was produced by Tony Farella 14 Meet Prof Corinne Ness Corinne Ness is an opera singer jazz singer vocal scholar and music theatre professor She s also chair of the Carthage Music Department and director of the Music Theatre and Opera Program at Carthage College in Kenosha Wis Here she teaches Carthage students how to use all their voices just as she s learned to use all of hers Learn more about studying music at Carthage Learn more about studying music theatre at Carthage Martin McClendon on Carthage Theatre Martin McClendon Assistant Professor of Theatre talks about the theatre program at Carthage 2013 Commencement Film Blink

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  • Christmas Festival — Features — Carthage College
    Siebert Chapel Three free performances will be offered at 7 30 p m Friday 7 30 p m Saturday and 4 p m Sunday The annual Christmas Festival is Carthage s Christmas gift to the community Tickets to the concerts have been free since the festival began 23 years ago More than 5 000 people attend annually to share in an age old tradition of celebrating the birth of Christ with Scripture readings and carols Love s Pure Light features performances by Carthage instrumental and choral ensembles and the magnificent sounds of the Fritsch Memorial Casavant pipe organ Featured works will include Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach s Magnificat Stephen Paulus Wonder Tidings and Guy Forbes O Magnum Mysterium along with favorite Christmas carols Each performance closes with the Service of Light in which audience members fill Siebert Chapel with candlelight during the singing of Silent Night More than 300 student musicians will participate in this year s festival Musical groups to perform are the Carthage Chamber Orchestra Carthage Choir Carthage Women s Ensemble Lincoln Singers Gospel Messengers A F Siebert Chapel Choir and Carthage Wind Orchestra Students from the Theatre Department will also participate Production is led by Carthage faculty members Peter Dennee and Charlotte Chell Tickets to the Christmas Festival are free but reservations are required For tickets call 262 551 5810 between 8 a m and 4 p m Monday Friday except Nov 22 23 or send an email to ChristmasFestival carthage edu Holiday Buffet A special holiday buffet will be served before the concerts on Friday Nov 30 and Saturday Dec 1 The buffet is 15 per person and will be offered from 4 30 to 6 p m in the Todd Wehr Center Reservations may be made by calling the Office of Institutional Advancement at 262

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  • CDM professor speaks at Savannah College of Art and Design, conference — Carthage News — Carthage College
    of Students Career Services Dining Health and Counseling Center Security Back to previous page CDM professor speaks at Savannah College of Art and Design conference April 9 2013 by Tom Applegarth Communication and Digital Media Professor Laura Huaracha recently spoke at two events in Savannah Ga Her talks focused on the importance and benefits of collaboration between artists and scientists On April 4 Prof Huaracha spoke to students at the Savannah College of Art and Design one of the leading art institutions in the country Prof Huaracha earned her M F A from SCAD In her talk titled Playing Nice with Others Design is Not an Isolated Incident she stressed the importance of collaborating with people who do not have design experience when wanting to create a polished finished product or message She led students through various projects in which input was needed from people without extensive design experience including conservation projects and letterforms on road signs After her talk at SCAD Prof Huaracha presented at the national Foundations in Art Theory and Education Conference held at SCAD She gave a talk titled Why Run from Science Embrace It Using Scientific Models to Foster Undergraduate Research in the Arts with Carthage Biology Professor Dana Garrigan Their presentation explained how studio art educators can use the groundwork of natural science educators to craft unique learning experiences to stimulate students in the arts a process that is currently used at Carthage News English honor society hosts reading event with Kenosha school Carthage faculty chosen to participate in humanities program Alumnus takes faculty position at renowned London university Student blog describes action during Omrit excavation Carthage RockSat team prepares for launch Carthage welcomes luncheon speaker Christopher Ruud New shadowing program lets students sample health care careers Winners announced in Carthage s international photo

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