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  • Courses Taught
    of Events Campus Life For Faculty Login Faculty Temple Burling Courses Courses Professor Burling teaches the following courses PHY 1200 Â Fundamental Physics PHY 2100 Â Fundamentals of Physics I PHY 2110 Â Fundamentals of Physics II PHY 3300 Â Thermodynamics Courses Biology at Carthage Great Ideas Program Physics and Astronomy Temple Burling Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy Biology and Great Ideas Contact Information tburling carthage edu 262 551

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  • Biography — Deanna Byrnes
    and systematics After working at Abbott Laboratories for six years she returned to her interests in mammal evolution and tropical ecology and earned her Ph D from the University of Wisconsin in Madison in 2005 Her dissertation reconstructs the evolutionary relationships among the species of bare backed fruit bats using molecular data and maps the pattern of morphological and ecological differences among the species to try to understand the processes of natural selection responsible for the radiation of these unique bats across the islands of Indonesia and Melanesia Her research continues to employ both field and laboratory methods to study the ecology and evolution of bats both local and tropical Most recently she has begun a local long term project in which students gather and share data with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources as part of a citizen monitoring program to help define the ecological needs of Wisconsin s bat species Her work has taken her 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 is a rural Wisconsin native and joined the Carthage faculty in fall 2007 after

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  • Courses — Deanna Byrnes — Carthage College
    Login Faculty Deanna Byrnes Courses Courses Professor Byrnes teaches the following courses BIO 1100 Biodiversity and Evolution BIO 2200 Introductory Ecology BIO 4200 Advanced Ecology BIO 4120 Senior Seminar Biography Courses Biology at Carthage Deanna Byrnes Assistant Professor of Biology

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  • Biography — Leslie Cameron — Carthage College
    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 she was a research associate and adjunct professor at New York University She was awarded a National Research Service Award postdoctoral fellowship and a National Institutes of Health postdoctoral fellowship at NYU Prof Cameron was a member of

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  • Courses — Leslie Cameron — Carthage College
    Faculty Login Faculty Leslie Cameron Courses Courses Professor Cameron teaches the following courses PSY 1500 Introduction to Psychology PYC 2300 Cognition Theories and Applications PYC 3150 Sensation and Perception Biography Courses Psychology at Carthage Leslie Cameron Associate Professor of Psychology

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  • Biography — Thomas Carr — Carthage College
    article on Albertosaurus sarcophagus and he presently has three projects in progress that examine various aspects of the biology of Tyrannosaurus rex Dr Carr has appeared in the National Geographic Channel documentaries T rex Walks Again and Dinosaurs Decoded that featured his scholarship and fieldwork on T rex He has written articles for popular publications such as Rotunda and Dinosaur World He is currently working on The Tyrant Lizards The

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  • Courses — Thomas Carr — Carthage College
    Dinosaurs J Term course Professor Carr also leads an annual month long dinosaur hunting expedition to southeastern Montana every summer Carthage students have the opportunity to locate and collect fossils in the Hell Creek formation a unit of rock deposited in Montana and adjacent states at the end of the age of dinosaurs So far Professor Carr and his crews have located four partial dinosaur skeletons including a rare juvenile

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  • Research Interests — Thomas Carr — Carthage College
    summer he leads students in a month long expedition to southeastern Montana Students have the opportunity to locate and collect fossils in the Hell Creek formation a unit of rock deposited in Montana and adjacent states at the end of the age of dinosaurs So far Prof Carr and his crews have located four partial dinosaur skeletons including a rare juvenile specimen believed to be the smallest T rex ever

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