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  • Daniel Magurshak — Carthage College
    than 25 years and is the founding director of the Heritage Studies Program He specializes in European continental philosophy and has a special love for thinkers like Kierkegaard Nietzsche and Heidegger His recent work has concerned the social and moral philosophy of Martha Nussbaum the postmodern thinking of John Caputo and continuing study of all aspects of the American Western experience Prof Magurshak draws students from a wide range of majors into his ethics classes In addition to his teaching in philosophy and Heritage Studies he has translated Otto Poggeler s book Der Denrweg Martin Heidegger into English Among the awards he has won are the DAAD Fellowship and an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship for study and research in Germany He earned his B A from Duquesne University and his M A and Ph D degrees from Northwestern University He joined the Carthage faculty in 1984 Education Ph D M A Northwestern University B A Duquesne University Courses Philosophy Department Great Ideas Program Without a doubt Professor Dan Magurshak is my favorite professor His classes have taught me how to thoroughly and objectively analyze any issue from every conceivable angle without losing sight of the practical importance to our everyday

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/dmagurshak/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Mark Mahoney — Carthage College
    avoiding fixed interferers in Bluetooth radio bands This work resulted in a patent Prof Mahoney teaches database design operating systems and software engineering courses He earned a B A in computer science from Roosevelt University and a M S and Ph D in computer science from the Illinois Institute of Technology Education Ph D Computer Science Illinois Institute of Technology M S Computer Science Illinois Institute of Technology B A

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/mmahoney/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Robert Maleske — Carthage College
    His research interests include idiographic versus nomothetic perspectives as they affect strategies for creating and implementing effective classroom learning environments and classical conditioning strategies for developing music sight reading ability He facilitates the following courses Experimental Psychology Behavioral Research Statistics Thesis Development Senior Seminar and Interpersonal Dynamics His publications include three textbooks Foundations for Gathering and Interpreting Behavioral Data Statistics Essentials for Students in the Social Sciences and Research Methods Essentials for Students in Psychology as well as articles in The Journal of General Psychology and Learning and Motivation Prof Maleske began teaching at Carthage in 1973 left in 1985 to serve as Director of Academic Computing at the University of Wisconsin Parkside and returned to Carthage as a faculty member in 1988 He has a Ph D and M A from Northwestern University and a B A from DePaul University Education Ph D M A Northwestern University B A DePaul University Courses Psychology Department Bob Maleske has a very different teaching style Attendance is not required you can arrive late and or leave early There are students who do choose not to come to class but those students who want to learn and are eager to grow do come

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/rmaleske/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Yuri Maltsev — Carthage College
    Washington D C a federal research agency His work involved briefing members of Congress and senior officials at the executive branch on issues of national security and foreign economic assessment Prof Maltsev has also appeared on CNN Financial Network News PBS Newshour C Span Fox News CBC and other American Canadian and European television and radio programs He has lectured at leading universities corporations banks colleges churches schools and community

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/ymaltsev/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Jonathan Marshall — Carthage College
    in Japan in Alisa Gaunder ed A Handbook of Japanese Politics London Routledge Who Decides the Role of Courts State or Society in Harry N Scheiber ed Emerging Concepts of Rights in Japanese Law 2005 Sho Sato Conference on Japanese Law including a Symposium Honoring Professor Takao Tanase Institute for Legal Research Boalt Hall School of Law UC Berkeley 2007 and Casual Cynics or Disillusioned Democrats Political Alienation in Japan

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/jmarshall/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Paul Martino — Carthage College
    received a Ph D in physiology from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2006 then spent two years as a postdoctoral fellow at Wright State University He came to Carthage in 2009 from Milwaukee Area Technical College where he taught anatomy and physiology at two campuses Education Ph D Physiology Medical College of Wisconsin 2006 M S Exercise Physiology Ball State University B A Natural Sciences and Mathematics Dowling College

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/pmartino/ (2013-06-13)
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  • L.J. Marx — Carthage College
    American Volleyball Coaches Association NCAA Division III Men s Coach of the Year and Midwest Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Division III Coach of the Year in 2005 and 2007 He has guided the Red Men to a second place finish at the 2012 NCAA Division III Men s Volleyball Championship three MIVA Coleman Division titles and two Midwest III Volleyball Conference championships In Molten Championship competition he led the Red Men

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/lmarx/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Deborah Masloski — Carthage College
    from the University of Northern Colorado She received her master s degree from the Juilliard School where she studied with Nadia Reisenberg Herbert Stessin and David Diamond Ms Masloski completed a Doctor of Music degree at Northwestern University where her research examined the influence of social and religious trends on the piano literature She has won competitions both here and abroad and has appeared as soloist with orchestras including the

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/dmasloski/ (2013-06-13)
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