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  • Videos — Humanities — Academics — Carthage College
    Honors J Term Western Heritage Global Heritage Writing Across the Curriculum Writing Center Tutoring Other Academic Resources eRacer Faculty Home Office of the Provost Humanities at Carthage VIDEO Division of Humanities Videos J Term in China Carthage students visit China during January Term Mikaley Osley 14 Mikaley Osley 14 talks about her time at Carthage SURE summer research and her experiences in the Theatre Department Study Abroad At Carthage College

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/academics/humanities/videos/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Carthage professor's book honored by the Academy of American Poets — Carthage News — Carthage College
    Friday Family Fun Night Hedberg Library Tour Religious Life Student Life Dean of Students Career Services Dining Health and Counseling Center Security Back to previous page Carthage professor s book honored by the Academy of American Poets January 4 2013 by Tom Applegarth Richard Meier English professor and Carthage s Writer In Residence was recently honored by The Academy of American Poets when they named his book In the Pure Block of the Whole Imaginary as one of their notable books of 2012 I am happy to be included with poets whom I admire greatly such as Norma Cole Hoa Nguyen and Catherine Wagner Prof Meier said It is truly an honor to be recognized with such provocative and talented poets In the Pure Block of the Whole Imaginary is Prof Meier s third book and consists of prose poems that explore the intimate and intricate things encountered during daily life The Academy of American Poets selects books of poetry that are considered to be the preeminent books released in a certain year and publishes them in their bi annual journal American Poet This year Prof Meier was one of only 12 writers recognized Since 1934 The Academy of American Poets has been supporting American poets at all stages of their careers and aims to foster the appreciation of contemporary poetry through educational goals and community outreach 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 contest Carthage unveils plans for new science center Carthage awards 549 degrees

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  • Videos — Division of Interdisciplinary Studies — Academics — Carthage College
    s and Gender Studies Division of Interdisciplinary Studies VIDEO Interdisciplinary Studies Videos J Term in China Carthage students visit China during January Term Student Spotlight Hunter McKenzie 13 Hunter McKenzie 13 a Carthage student speaks about his experiences at Carthage See more Carthage videos Hannibal Lectures Popular lecture series draws professors and students deeper into Western Heritage texts Honors Program Enrich your learning experience both in and out of the

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  • News & Events — Division of Interdisciplinary Studies — Academics — Carthage College
    back for news from the Division of Interdisciplinary Studies News Faculty Achievement Maria Carrig named Distinguished Teacher of the Year Professor Elaine Radwanski congratulates Professor Maria Carrig after she was named the 2012 13 more Academic Excellence Two Carthage seniors win Fulbright Scholarships Carthage President Gregory S Woodward congratulates Katie Niemeyer 13 after she won the more Events Hannibal Lectures Popular lecture series draws professors and students deeper into Western

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  • Discovery — Natural Sciences — Academics — Carthage College
    can truly learn about the natural sciences is by participating in the process of scientific inquiry We help the students understand science by giving them the opportunity to do science not just talk about it For this reason the Discovery seminars revolve around a set of relevant scientific issues and ideas We will explore these issues through hands on experience reading writing and discussion Topic centered courses In Discovery seminars discussion of a scientific issue leads us to actively investigate the underlying scientific phenomena Topics that have been explored in the course include the following The Scientific Method How do scientists pose and answer questions about the world in which we live What constitutes an answer in the scientific community Students are presented with the mystery of the blue beaker and are asked to design an experiment to help them solve the mystery They perform their experiments and report the results as if the results were being submitted to a science journal The Basic Stuff of the Universe What are the fundamental building blocks of our world and how do we know this How have these ideas changed and what precipitated these changes What evidence exists to support these theories Global Warming What is the evidence that global warming is occurring What are the possible causes of this phenomenon and what evidence exists to support these predictions If global warming is occurring what are the scientific predictions for the future Pseudoscience What is pseudoscience Does the scientific community have any obligation or motivation to investigate pseudoscientific phenomena Chaos Theory What is chaos theory Why do some scientists believe that the world is a chaotic system and what are the implications of that belief What evidence exists for this belief What does chaos theory have to say about the computer models

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  • Contact Us — Natural Sciences — Academics — Carthage College
    edu Lisa Crumble Office Manager lcrumble carthage edu 262 551 5856 Kendra Heffelman Laboratory Manager kheffelman carthage edu 262 552 5531 Departments Programs Biology Chemistry Computer Science Discovery Environmental Science Geography Earth Science Mathematics Neuroscience Physics Astronomy ScienceWorks ESNS SURE Special Programs SURE The Summer Undergraduate Research Experience program gives students the opportunity to work one on one with a faculty mentor on a significant research project ScienceWorks ScienceWorks Entrepreneurial

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  • Natural Sciences Colloquium Series — Natural Sciences — Academics — Carthage College
    at 4 p m in Niemann Theatre unless otherwise noted FALL 2012 Sept 10 SURE Multi Division Research Poster Session Lobby of Hedberg Library Hosts Dr Kevin Crosby Carthage Department of Physics and Astronomy and Dr Brian Schwartz Carthage Department of Physics and Astronomy Sept 24 How the Predatory Dinosaur Allosaurus Grew Up Sophie Frank Carthage Biology Paleontology student Host Dr Thomas Carr Carthage Department of Biology Institute of Paleontology Oct 8 API Pilot Plant Facilities and Process Overview Clausen 106 Tim Robbins Abbott Laboratories Host Dr Christine Blaine Carthage Department of Chemistry Oct 22 High Intensity Fire Bark Beetles Severe Drought in Western Forests Dr Joy Mast Carthage Department of Geography and Earth Science Nov 5 Women in Computer Science The Final Frontier Anna Marie Tamayo Webitects com Inc Host Dr Deborah Tobiason Carthage Department of Biology Nov 12 Volunteered Geographic Analysis Using Games and Social Media for Spatial Data Hypothesis Generation Dr Rob Edsall Carthage Department of Geography and Earth Science Dec 3 Tyrannosaurid Horns Dr Thomas Carr Carthage Department of Biology Institute of Paleontology SPRING 2013 Feb 11 Animal Welfare Issues and Regulations in Research Agriculture Dr Isabelle Girard UW Madison Research Animal Resources Center Host Dr Deanna Byrnes Carthage Department of Biology Feb 25 Axon Regeneration Dana Watt Washington University Graduate Program in Neuroscience Host Dr Daniel Choffnes Carthage Department of Biology March 4 Science and Art Curation Dr Temple Burling Carthage Department of Biology March 18 Physics of Lightning Dr Brant Carlson Carthage Department of Physics and Astronomy April 8 Invasive Species Rotting Leaves and Ecological Networks Dr Tracy Gartner Environmental Science Biology Geography Earth Science April 22 Nanotechnology Dr Shad Thaxton MD PhD Northwestern University Medical School Host Dr Amareshwar Singh Carthage Department of Biology May 6 Cancer Biology Dr Leo Gordon MD Northwestern

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  • Division News — Natural Sciences — Academics — Carthage College
    Students fossil finds displayed at Dinosaur Discovery Museum Temporary exhibit features bones from the dig site in Montana where Carthage crews travel each summer more Undergraduate Research Carthage celebrates undergraduate research at Celebration of Scholars About 220 students and faculty members will exhibit their research and scholarship at third annual celebration Open house will be held 2 30 4 p m Friday more SURE 2013 SURE Program Recruitment Fair takes place Feb 26 Find out what research opportunities are available during the 2013 SURE Program Recruitment Fair more Faculty Achievements Carthage professor clarifies dinosaur growth in article on popular website Thomas Carr director of the Carthage Institute of Paleontology sorts through the confusion surrounding tyrannosaur development in an article for Walking With Dinosaurs more SURE 2013 2013 SURE program seeks applicants Students are invited to apply now for the 2013 Natural Sciences or Social Sciences Summer Undergraduate Research Experience Applications are due April 3 more EXCELLENCE IN THE SCIENCES Carthage establishes Nu Rho Psi Chapter Carthage is the first school in Wisconsin to be granted a charter more Undergraduate Research Submit your original work for 2013 Celebration of Scholars DEADLINE TOMORROW Carthage students and faculty from all academic divisions are invited to submit research projects scholarship or significant creative works for consideration for the April 26 event more Excellence in the Sciences Riley Construction chosen to lead science center project Kenosha firm has done extensive work at Carthage and its portfolio includes several other research buildings more UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH Carthage students to present at preeminent research conference Fifteen Carthage students have been accepted to present their research at the Council on Undergraduate Research s 27th National Conference on Undergraduate Research taking place April 11 13 in Lacrosse Wis more Entrepreneurial Studies ScienceWorks students nudge theory toward market Five students from the unique program pitch product ideas to experienced local entrepreneurs more Faculty Achievement Professor honored at physics conference for outstanding service Carthage professor Douglas Arion received an Outstanding Service Award at the 2012 Quadrennial Physics Congress in November more ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT From Carthage to Carnegie Mellon to software engineering in NYC Since graduating in 2011 Isaac Rothenbaum has earned a master s degree in software engineering joined an e commerce company in New York City and founded his own startup company See where Carthage has taken him more Griffin Observatory Open House Dec 6 The Carthage Institute of Astronomy will host an Open House at Griffin Observatory from 6 to 9 p m Thursday Dec 6 more STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT Winners Again A team of Carthage students won the Fall 2012 Face Off mathematics quiz competition held during the Pi Mu Epsilon Regional Math Conference It s the team s eighth win in nine competitions more STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT Carthage student honored for research in computer science Nathan Fulton 13 receives silver award at premier computer science conference and two others present their summer research more Alumni Achievements Carthage alumnus recognized for ongoing malaria research Samson Kiware 07 and his innovative malaria

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