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  • Courses — Cynthia Allen — Carthage College
    of Events Campus Life For Faculty Login Faculty Cynthia Allen Courses Courses Professor Allen teaches the following courses at Carthage EXSS 1080 Introduction to Health and Wellness Education EXSS 2150 Nutrition Education EXSS 3110 Personal and Community Health EXSS 3500 Field Placement senior thesis EXSS 4050 Physiology of Exercise Courses Exercise and Sport Science Publications and Presentations Cynthia Allen Program Director of Physical Education Health Contact Information callen1 carthage edu

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  • Publications and Presentations — Cynthia Allen — Carthage College
    at the Celebration of Scholars Carthage College Wis Faculty co adviser Onano V 2012 Report from the 2012 Clinton Global Initiative University Meeting Poster presentation at the Celebration of Scholars Carthage College WI Faculty adviser Allen C 2011 Successfully Evaluating on line Health Related Information PEcentral org Allen C 2011 A health risk appraisal of undergraduate students at Carthage College Poster presentation at the Celebration of Scholars Carthage College WI

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  • Full Biography — Douglas Arion — Carthage College
    current work in public education and outreach in astronomy and the natural world In 2009 Prof Arion spearheaded the Galileoscope Project a cornerstone project of the International Year of Astronomy The Galileoscope Project involved the design production and shipment of more than 200 000 low cost telescope kits to more than 96 countries including 6 000 donated to developing nations The project was a second runner up for the 2009 Mani Bhaumik Prize for Excellence in Astronomy Outreach Before coming to Carthage Prof Arion spent 10 years at Science Applications International Corporation where he was responsible for marketing and managing more than 6 million in division business At SAIC he specialized in the development of diagnostic instrumentation design and fielding of experiments and tests and theoretical and numerical analyses Prof Arion developed the business plan for the Center for Advanced Technology and Innovation a technology business development center in Racine Wis As senior program advisor for CATI he provided strategic planning and technology evaluation for companies in the region He is also involved in technology business developed through academic partnerships with the National Collegiate Innovators and Inventors Alliance and supports the Milwaukee School of Engineering in the creation of its technology incubator and entrepreneurship curriculum Prof Arion is active in business development and has served as an advisor to a number of small businesses including 3 D Molecular Designs LLC and Fleuchaus Chiropractic S C He is listed in Who s Who in the West American Men and Women of Science and Who s Who of Business Leaders He is an elected member of the International Astronomical Union as well as a member of the American Physical Society the American Astronomical Society Sigma Xi Sigma Pi Sigma physics honorary fraternity and the International Dark Sky Association His interests include designing

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  • News — Douglas Arion — Carthage College
    the northeastern United States over the next three years The grant allows for two Carthage students to serve paid internships at AMC sites in each of those years beginning this summer Prof Arion is a longtime member of the AMC which operates trails outreach centers and high mountain huts in New Hampshire and other parts of the region Read more May 2010 Prof Arion attended and made a presentation at the AltAZ Initiative conference on a modern telescope design as well as at a workshop on student research in astronomy He reports negotiations are underway with a manufacturing concern that will take on future production and distribution of the Galileoscope assuring that Galileoscopes will continue to be available for the indefinite future Prof Arion also reports a new entrepreneurial partnership with UW Milwaukee partnering Carthage students who are conducting business plan projects with engineering students doing advanced product designs We are hoping that this leads to much better projects more closely aligned with successful commercialization efforts Prof Arion said We are also managing a program called InovaED in association with Racine s Center for Advanced Technology and Innovation and the National Collegiate Innovators and Inventors Alliance where we have developed

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  • Research Interests — Douglas Arion — Carthage College
    work at a number of research facilities including Brookhaven National Laboratory Physics International Co Maxwell Laboratories Kitt Peak National Observatory and the Nevada Test Site In addition to this research Mr Arion has worked on a range of national defense and environmental projects He was one of the senior experimenters in the U S Underground Nuclear Test program one of only a handful in the world to be involved in

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  • Galileoscope Project — Doug Arion — Carthage College
    in Plain Sight Fall 2009 The Future of the Galileoscope Jan 6 2010 Galileoscope Honored for Excellence March 1 2010 Professor helps bring telescopes to classrooms May 31 2012 In other media The Brazilian president Lula receives a Galileoscope June 8 2010 IYA2009 Galileo in Senegal by Gonzo Scientist April 16 2010 Science Magazine online Many Eyes Distribution of Galileoscopes by Country Oct 15 2010 shows how 180 000 Galileoscopes

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  • Biography
    work in the realm of pedagogy focuses on the use of communicative theories in the teaching of vocabulary In 2011 Baer was honored with Carthage s Distinguished Teacher Award A recipient of grants from the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD and a two time Fulbright Fellow Prof Baer has studied and done archival research in Munich Potsdam and Berlin and has lived in Germany for more than 12 years He

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  • Courses Taught — Gregory Baer — Carthage College
    Academics Admissions Athletics Calendar of Events Campus Life For Faculty Login Faculty Gregory Baer Courses Courses GERM 201 Intermediate German I GERM 202 Intermediate German II GERM 311 Interpreting Written Texts GERM 471 Topics in Modern Languages East German Film Biography Courses News German at Carthage Modern Languages Department Gregory Baer Director of Faculty Development Associate Professor of Modern Languages Contact Information gbaer carthage edu 262 551 5707 Straz Center

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