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  • News - Thomas Carr - Carthage College
    growth at the annual meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in Pittsburg Penn Oct 10 13 January 2010 Prof Carr helped identify a new species of dinosaur one that offers new insights into the Tyrannosaurus rex family tree Dr Carr along with Dr Thomas Williamson curator of paleontology at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science introduced Bistahieversor sealeyi in the cover story of the January 2010 issue of the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Dr Carr served as lead researcher on the study of the specimen Read more October 2009 Prof Carr was featured in the National Geographic Channel documentary Dinosaurs Decoded which premiered on Oct 11 2009 The documentary featured Prof Carr a vertebrate paleontologist and expert on tyrannosaurid dinosaurs along with other famed paleontologists discussing how juvenile dinosaur skeletons differ from those of their adult counterparts Read more Prof Carr co authored a paper about a new dinosaur species in the Proceedings of the Natural Sciences published Oct 13 2009 In the article Prof Carr described Alioramus altai an eight horned slender snouted cousin of T rex The skeleton was found in 2001 on an American Museum of Natural History expedition but museum scientists didn

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  • Courses — Maria Carrig — Carthage College
    English Literary Traditions I ENG 2040 The Classical Tradition in Literature ENG 3010 Literature in its Time I ENG 3100 Literature and Gender ENG 3110 Shakespeare ENG 3140 Literary Genres ENG 3150 Special Studies in a Major Author Prior to 1700 ENG 3160 Special Studies in a Major Author After 1700 ENG 3750 History and Structure of the English Language ENG 4100 Senior Seminar ENG 400T Topics in Literature THR

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  • Biography — Anne Cassidy — Carthage College
    and Grossmont College in San Diego She brings to her teaching a strong belief that works of art should be studied as primary sources whose interrogation allows the student to access fundamental concepts and questions Professor Cassidy s long and varied experience in the study and practice of art informs her work as an art historian After majoring in studio art as an undergraduate she worked as a scenic artist in and around New York City on sets for theater film and television During this time she was an artist member of the Center for Book Arts in New York where she showed and sold her prints and book art After graduate study at Columbia University Professor Cassidy became deeply involved in the repatriation of American Indian art and ritual objects On behalf of the American Indian Ritual Object Repatriation Foundation in New York she worked closely with collectors and tribes throughout the United States facilitating repatriations and advocating for tribes This experience afforded an opportunity to learn about American Indian art and history from American Indians but also offered a deeper understanding of the power and universality of aesthetic activity itself She has been studying and researching central Mexican

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  • Courses — Anne Cassidy — Carthage College
    Life For Faculty Login Faculty Anne Cassidy Courses Courses Professor Cassidy teaches the following courses ART 1700 Introduction to Art History ART 2710 Arts of the Americas ART 3300 Advanced Printmaking ART 3720 Arts of Africa ART 3730 Masterpieces of Asian Art and Architecture The Honors Colloquium Midwest American Indians Biography Courses Art Department Anne Walke Cassidy Director of Global Heritage Program Associate Professor of Art Contact Information acassidy carthage

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  • Full Biography — Charlotte Chell — Carthage College
    topics in the popular press personal finance and civic affairs Professor Chell has been honored with the Carthage Distinguished Teaching Award She served as chairperson then as the first woman governor of the Wisconsin section of the Mathematical Association of America In 2000 she was also the first woman to be awarded the Distinguished College and University Professor of Mathematics by the Wisconsin MAA She was formerly a consultant and reader for Advanced Placement Computer Science of ETS is currently a consultant to the NEXT program of the MAA and has served as member and chairperson of the national membership committee of the MAA She is a frequent speaker at regional and national meetings of the MAA In 2010 Professor Chell was honored with the Carthage Flame Award only the second active member of the faculty to be presented with the College s highest award The Carthage Flame recognizes outstanding service to the College and the community At Carthage Professor Chell has special responsibility for the production of the annual Carthage Christmas Festival and her community service has included positions on the Board of Attorneys Professional Responsibility Board of Trustees of Armitage Academy and the Board of Directors of the

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  • Courses Taught — Charlotte Chell — Carthage College
    in the Great Ideas Program GFW 2420 Foundations of Mathematical Thought She teaches the following courses in the Mathematics Department MTH 1030 Applied Mathematics MTH 1040 Principles of Modern Mathematics MTH 1050 Elementary Statistics MTH 1060 Finite Mathematics MTH 1070 Functions Graphs and Analysis MTH 1120 Calculus I MTH 1220 Calculus II MTH 1240 Discrete Structures MTH 200T Topics in Mathematics MTH 3040 Abstract Algebra I MTH 3140 Abstract Algrebra

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  • News
    Carthage Flame was created by action of the Board of Trustees on Oct 11 1988 and recognizes outstanding service to the College and the community It is the highest honor bestowed by the College Each year the Trustees elect a fitting recipient of the award Crafted in 14 karat gold the medal is worn as a pectoral with academic regalia Like the medallion worn by the President of the College

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  • Biography — Paul Chilsen — Carthage College
    the Midwest where he earned his MFA in film from Columbia College Chicago and taught at both Columbia College and Northwestern University Many projects have transpired since His debut feature Stricken a dramatic thriller written by W W Vought When Trumpets Fade and starring Jamie Kennedy Jamie Kennedy Exp Scream I II III is in worldwide distribution most recently seen on the shelves of the major video chains He also co wrote an internationally distributed children s movie with occasional Travelarama co host Bob Curry The Last Great Ride stars Academy Award laureates Ernest Borgnine and Eileen Brennan Professor Chilsen s thesis project a dark comedy short titled Gross Ratings received international awards and recognition including a regional Student Academy Award nomination Paul produced Rain Dance the debut film of David Mamet s assistant Pam Susemiehl and Ben Broitman s Amphibian which won a regional Student Academy Award He associate produced J J Murphy s feature Horicon and directed two award winning documentaries including This Instant funded in part by the N E A and a feature documentary about the American prairie Like so many others these days Professor Chilsen is shopping or finishing several screenplays but it is the development of the first season of his family travel adventure series Travelarama that keeps his focus sharp The series is destined for national distribution on PBS An Emmy Award nomination came recently for Professor Chilsen s work on the Second City show CPS Right Now The news magazine TV show highlighted events and activities happening in one of the world s largest school districts Chicago Public Schools Professor Chilsen acted as segment producer writer and occasional director for the show He is also the director of the Rosebud Institute a joint initiative of the College s Communication and Digital Media

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