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  • Lynn Brownson — Carthage College
    began her teaching career at SLU as an instructor in 1987 and was promoted to assistant professor in 1994 and associate professor in 2000 She moved to Wisconsin in 2001 where she taught at UW Whitewater until 2008 Prof Brownson is a certified corporate trainer from UW Milwaukee and also has been an independent media communication consultant in Wisconsin Illinois and Louisiana She joined the Carthage faculty in 2008 and

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/lbrownson/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Jonathan Bruning — Carthage College
    of Kansas as well as Washburn University In addition to teaching Prof Bruning previously worked in television news and sports both as a producer and production assistant He has presented papers at several national conferences including the National Communication Association and the Popular Culture Association Prof Bruning s research and teaching interests include media new technology sports journalism political and intercultural communication He has led J Term study tours to

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/jbruning/ (2013-06-13)
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  • David Brunn — Carthage College
    for clients of all sizes and worked as the global head of Andersen Consulting s Cost Management practice for several years During his last five years with the firm he managed several of the largest projects for the firm s Tax Technology Group He is a CPA a CMA and a CPIM Prof Brunn joined the Carthage faculty in 1993 and was named Distinguished Teacher of the Year in 1999 He is a past chair of the Faculty Executive Committee He chaired the task force that conceived and implemented the Carthage Symposium component of the curriculum He has devoted himself to improving the career opportunities available to Carthage graduates Previously he was an adjunct professor at the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management He holds an M B A from Northwestern University and a B S from the University of Pennsylvania He lives with his wife Lyn in Wilmette Ill They have two grown daughters and two granddaughters He enjoys sailing on Lake Geneva Education M B A Northwestern University B S University of Pennsylvania Courses News Business at Carthage Prof David Brunn is my favorite professor at Carthage He has a fantastic background in accounting which gives him the

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/dbrunn/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Temple Burling — Carthage College
    Crystallography Core Facility Before his work at Cornell he was a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry at Yale University where he examined problems in computational crystallography protein dynamics and high resolution macromolecular structure determination by multi wavelength anomalous dispersion His teaching and research interests focus on the overlap of physics and biology He has co authored several articles that have appeared in science publications such

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  • Deanna Byrnes — Carthage College
    Department of Natural Resources as part of a citizen monitoring program to help define the ecological needs of Wisconsin s bat species Prof Byrnes work has taken her to Costa Rica Puerto Rico Belize and remote regions of Sulawesi and Papua New Guinea She enjoys mentoring students through scientific inquiry and exploration of the outdoor natural environment She joined the Carthage faculty in fall 2007 Read more Education Ph D

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/dbyrnes/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Leslie Cameron — Carthage College
    Spatial Vision and Behavioral and Brain Sciences She regularly presents at the Vision Sciences annual meeting and at colleges and universities Prof Cameron earned her B A with distinction from McGill University Montreal her M A and Ph D from the University of Rochester and a Certificat Supérieur and Diplôme de Phonétique Appliquée à la Langue Française from the Université de la Sorbonne Nouvell Paris France Before coming to Carthage

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  • Brant Carlson — Carthage College
    faculty in Fall 2012 he earned his Ph D in physics from Stanford University in 2009 He earned a bachelor of science degree in physics from the California Institute of Technology in 2005 Prof Carlson comes to Carthage from the University of Bergen Norway where his research as a postdoctoral scholar focused on terrestrial gamma ray flashes TGFs intense bursts of energetic radiation produced by lightning His current work includes modeling TGF production mechanisms and comparing those mechanisms to satellite ground and aircraft observations of TGFs and other lightning associated gamma rays His other research interests include electric field remote sensing and studying the effect of gamma ray bursts on very low frequency radio signals Prof Carlson held the Stanford Benchmark Fellowship at Stanford University from 2005 to 2008 While at the California Institute of Technology he was recognized with the Sigma Xi Award for excellence in research and the Kothari Prize for outstanding undergraduate thesis He has taught or assisted in teaching such courses as Introductory Plasma Physics and Electromagnetic Waves and has offered outreach courses to 6 12th graders on how electric sparks work He also led undergraduate research projects at Stanford that included low noise electronics and

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  • Thomas Carr - Carthage College
    craniofacial anatomy of archosaurs He has been featured on the National Geographic Channel and has named four new dinosaur species in peer reviewed publications such as Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Every summer he leads an annual month long dinosaur hunting expedition in southeastern Montana in which Carthage students are involved His degrees are Ph D Vertebrate Paleontology Department of Zoology University of

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