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  • Jean Preston — Carthage College
    F A in Creative Writing Poetry from the University of Southern Maine Stonecoast Writing Program Her work has been published in Pleiades Verse Wisconsin The Solitary Plover Centrique and The Journal of the Association of Research on Mothering She has worked as a presenter instructor and tutor for various academic and community organizations including the Kenosha Literacy Council and the Racine Odyssey Project has facilitated several seminars and workshops on

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/mpreston/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Eric Pullin — Carthage College
    Pullin s primary teaching and research interests address the international relations between India and the United States during the 20th century He also teaches courses on the History of India the History of the United States Western Heritage Global Heritage and the History of Dictionaries Prof Pullin joined the Carthage faculty in 2008 Education Ph D History University of Wisconsin Madison A M Labor and Industrial Relations University of Illinois

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/epullin/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Jean Quashnock — Carthage College
    high energy astrophysics and gamma ray bursts and absorption line systems in quasar spectra His work has been published in more than 60 scientific publications Prof Quashnock earned his Ph D and M A from Princeton University and his B Sc in physics fromMcGill University He joined the Carthage faculty in 1999 Read more Education Ph D M A Princeton University 1990 B Sc Physics McGill University 1985 Biography Courses

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  • Elaine Radwanski — Carthage College
    sciences from Mount Holyoke College and M S in botany at the University of Wisconsin Madison she switched career paths and spent several years working as a programmer analyst systems analyst and forecast analyst in academia insurance and aerospace When her mathematician husband accepted a tenure track position at Wells College in Aurora N Y she became the college s first Grants Officer and also taught a wide range of courses in the biology department Upon her return to graduate study in plant genetics and molecular biology she was awarded both the Plant Science Center Fellowship and the NIH Genetics Trainee Award While at Cornell she taught undergraduate genetics laboratory as well as graduate level plant genetics and plant virology After receiving her doctorate she joined the Department of Plant Breeding and Biometry at Cornell as a postdoctoral associate where her research focused on disease resistance in peppers Prof Radwanski joined the Carthage faculty in 1997 She was named the Carthage Distinguished Teacher of the Year in 2012 Education Ph D Genetics and Development Cornell University M S Botany University of Wisconsin Madison B A Biological Sciences Mount Holyoke College Courses Biology at Carthage News Elaine Radwanski has a way

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  • Christine Renaud — Carthage College
    second century luxury villa in Rome where she also serves as translator and photographer In 2010 she worked at the University of Bologna s Excavations at Ostia the ancient port of Rome She involves Carthage students in her excavation work every summer She earned her Ph D in classics and classical archaeology from the University of Texas Austin in 1990 She earned her M A in Latin from Wayne State

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  • Patricia Rieman — Carthage College
    and instruction with an emphasis on literacy education in 2007 both from Northern Illinois University From 1999 to 2008 Prof Rieman was an adjunct instructor and clinical supervisor in NIU s departments of Literacy Education and Teaching and Learning She was also an adjunct professor of education at Rockford College in 2007 08 She has published two editions of a textbook for preservice educators Rieman Patricia L Okrasinski Jeanne E

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/prieman/ (2013-06-13)
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  • James Ripley — Carthage College
    Band and is head of the College s music education program He also serves as principal guest conductor of the Sakuyo Wind Orchestra at Sakuyo University in Kurashiki Japan Prior to his appointment at Carthage Prof Ripley served as assistant professor of conducting and ensembles at the Eastman School of Music where he was the associate conductor of the Eastman Wind Ensemble and Wind Orchestra and as conductor of the Symphonic Wind Ensemble at the River Campus of the University of Rochester He is an active arranger and editor of wind ensemble music He has appeared as guest clinician and conductor throughout the United States Canada and Japan Prof Ripley joined the Carthage faculty in 2001 He earned his D M A in conducting from the Eastman School of Music his M M in wind conducting from Northwestern University and his B A in Music Education from Luther College Education D M A Conducting Eastman School of Music M M Wind Conducting Northwestern University B A Music Education Luther College Biography Courses News Publications Carthage Wind Orchestra Music at Carthage You are never given a wish without also given the power to make it come true You may have to

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  • Julio Rivera — Carthage College
    geography His research focuses on the development of suburban communities and how the design of the built environment enhances or impedes community life He worked at the Global Institute for Sustainability at Arizona State University examining trends in the development of the urban fringe in the Phoenix metropolitan area He has brought students to Ometepe Island Nicaragua as part of a service learning course in the Geography and Biology of Nicaragua He has directed numerous undergraduate student senior thesis projects many of which were presented at regional and national conferences He was the recipient of the 2002 Carthage College Distinguished Teaching Award Provost Rivera earned his Ph D in geography from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee his M A in higher education and student affairs at The Ohio State University and his B A in journalism and theology at Marquette University Read more Education Ph D Geography University of Wisconsin Milwaukee M A Higher Education and Student Affairs The Ohio State University B A Journalism Theology Marquette University Biography Photo Gallery Office of the Provost I have enjoyed all of the professors in the Geography and Earth Science Department but Julio has greatly enhanced my learning experience here He is

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