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  • Eric Nelson — Carthage College
    before heading off to seminary Eric studied at Luther Seminary during which time he served as vicar at a church in Oakland Calif and was trained as a marriage counselor and community organizer He received his MDiv in 2002 and then returned to southeastern Wisconsin where he began teaching at Carthage College and writing technical manuals for technology firms In 2007 he joined Northwestern Mutual s Human Resources Department where

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/enelson1/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Corinne Ness — Carthage College
    classical and contemporary singing styles Prof Ness has performed classical and contemporary music in a variety of venues She is a recognized expert of contemporary vocal pedagogy and has led workshops across the country and in China Her students have gone on to professional performance careers graduate studies in opera and music theatre and teaching careers Prof Ness holds a B M in Choral Music Education from Northern Illinois University

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  • William Newcomb — Carthage College
    F A degree in Arts Administration from Southern Utah University He was assistant manager of the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre for two years before coming to Carthage in 2009 Other credits include technical director of the Wells Fine Arts Center at Tarleton State University assistant technical director at Oberlin College scene shop foreman at Ohio Light Opera and assistant production manager of the Utah Shakespearean Festival Mr Newcomb teaches Play Production

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/wnewcomb/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Linda Noer — Carthage College
    Project in Kenosha and was a psychiatric caseworker and director of group work services at Washburn Child Guidance Center in Minneapolis Prof Noer has been very active within the Lutheran church with many of her activities focusing on families and faith At present her research interests are the use of literature to increase creative and critical thinking skills in students She has been a research fellow at the Lutheran Center

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  • Thomas Noer — Carthage College
    1948 1968 was honored with the Stuart L Bernath award from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations as the outstanding book on American foreign relations Another of his books Briton Boer and Yankee America and South Africa 1870 1914 was selected by Choice as one of the 10 Outstanding Academic Books of 1979 Prof Noer is the past recipient of residence fellowships at the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History at Harvard University and the Department of State The University of Michigan Press published his latest book Soapy A Biography of G Mennen Williams in 2005 He was previously a recipient of the Carthage Distinguished Teacher Award He teaches courses in American history and diplomacy 20th century U S history African history and historiography He has a Ph D from the University of Minnesota M A from Washington State University and B A from Gustavus Adolphus College He joined the Carthage faculty in 1973 Education Ph D University of Minnesota M A Washington State University B A Gustavus Adolphus College Courses News History Department Professor Noer helps students make intellectual conquests He holds high expectations for his students and holds them accountable The expectations are admittedly

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  • Colleen O'Brien — Carthage College
    Parkside Prof O Brien s career includes more than 22 years in corporate finance with SC Johnson and IIT Research Institute Chicago She has extensive experience in process improvement strategic planning and team leadership management A Wisconsin native she is a summa cum laude 1986 graduate of St Norbert College with a degree in finance and economics She earned her M B A with concentrations in finance and marketing from

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  • Barrington Ottmann — Carthage College
    an M S in public management and policy from Carnegie Mellon University in 1987 then earned a Ph D in political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1996 He was a lecturer in political science at East Carolina University and a visiting assistant professor of public policy analysis at North Carolina before working three years as a human services evaluator planner for the North Carolina

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  • Jan Owens — Carthage College
    2006 She has a Ph D and M B A from the University of Wisconsin Madison and a B A and M L S from the University of Rhode Island Her teaching research and professional interests focus on branding and private label strategy retailing and multi channel marketing and marketing research She is a member of AMA ACRA AMS and the DMA professional organizations Education Ph D M B A

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