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  • Penny Seymoure — Carthage College
    research consultant Prior to that she spent two years as a postdoctoral fellow with the University of Colorado Health Science Center in Denver Prof Seymoure s research interests include the lifespan consequences of neonatal intervention on the development of gonadal and stress hormone systems in rodents She is currently working with students to examine the consequences of acute stress on recognition memory for neutral and social information in young adult male rats In 2005 she began a second line of research examining the effects of deforestation of the southern cone forests in South America for local and tourist development and the impact of this development on the cultural psychological and medical practices of the Mbya Guarani people She earned her Ph D in biological psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign She earned her M A and B A in psychology and experimental psychology from California State University Stanislaus Read more Education Ph D Biological Psychology University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign M A B A Psychology Experimental Psychology California State University Stanislaus Biography Courses News Neuroscience at Carthage Psychology at Carthage Dr Seymoure shows a passion for her studies and her students She is always willing to

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/pseymoure/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Dimitri Shapovalov — Carthage College
    Messiah Sing Along in Kenosha and a joint concert of the A F Siebert Chapel Choir and the Carthage Choir featuring Guest Conductor Weston Noble at Carthage Prof Shapovalov s professional interests include musicology piano performance and composition As a musicologist he is a published author and translator on topics connected with Russian culture at the turn of the 20th century His choral compositions have received premieres from the Carthage

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/dshapovalov/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Joseph Shields — Carthage College
    engineering from the University of Michigan and an M B A from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Prof Shields is founder and board member of Velocity Consulting a 100 percent student run full service consulting agency He also leads an annual January Term study tour to Goteborg Sweden in which students study international business and culture as they meet with executives from such major companies as Volvo Cars and Astra

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/jshields/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Amareshwar Singh
    He then moved to the Department of Medicine at Northwestern University and has been working on Nanotechnology related therapeutic options against lymphoma cancer Prof Singh has published his research in major journals and presented his work in scientific meetings in the U S and abroad He reviews research articles for a number of scientific journals mainly in the area of nanotechnology He has also mentored undergraduate and high school students

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/asingh1/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Pamela Smiley — Carthage College
    at the University of Maryland European Division and at the high school level in Australia She earned her B A degree from Winona State College and her M A and Ph D from the University of Wisconsin Madison She joined the Carthage faculty in 1991 Education Ph D M A University of Wisconsin Madison B A Winona State College Courses English Department The versatility of the English staff and their

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/psmiley/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Walter Smith — Carthage College
    chemistry from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a Ph D in physical organic chemistry from Brown University After a 21 year career as a research scientist for Baxter Healthcare Corp he became a teacher He was an adjunct instructor of chemistry at Elgin Ill Community College and taught chemistry physics and earth science at Carmel Catholic High School in Mundelein Ill He joined the Carthage faculty in 2009 Education P h

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/wsmith/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Mark Snavely — Carthage College
    Workshop in Ergodic Theory and Symbolic Dynamics at the University of Washington was published in Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society Prof Snavely is very active in undergraduate research particularly in the areas of discrete mathematics and mathematical modeling He is working to integrate mathematical software packages and mathematical modeling into the curriculum and teaches mathematics courses at introductory and upper levels Prof Snavely s contributions to general education at Carthage have included teaching in the Heritage program and leading the team of faculty who developed the interdisciplinary natural science course Discovery He has served as Chair of the Wisconsin Section of the Mathematical Association of America and Secretary Treasurer of the Wisconsin Section He was named the 2003 2004 Carthage Distinguished Teacher of the Year Prof Snavely earned his Ph D and M A in mathematics at Northwestern University and his B S in mathematics and computer systems from Grove City College He joined the Carthage faculty in 1990 Education Ph D M A Mathematics Northwestern University B S Mathematics and Computer Systems Grove City College Courses Research Mathematics at Carthage Home Page My favorite professor would have to be Professor Snavely He genuinely cares for his students and

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/msnavely/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Melissa Snoza — Carthage College
    An active educator she also teaches privately throughout the Chicago suburbs Her previous award credits include First Prize at the National Flute Association s Orchestral Audition Competition as well as being selected as a winner of Northwestern University s Concerto Competition She has been a member of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago has performed with the New World Symphony the National Repertory Orchestra and the Aspen Music Festival In 2001

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