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  • News — Jean Preston — Carthage College
    Preston had five poems accepted for publication The journal Solitary Plover published Talk Radio and Live Bait in the summer 2010 issue Crossings and Summer Night in Cherryfield Acres will be published in the online journal Verse Wisconsin this fall and In the Kitchen with Alice Kirk Grierson will be published in the print journal of the same name in an upcoming issue News English at Carthage Writing Center Jean

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  • Courses — Eric Pullin — Carthage College
    Login Faculty Eric Pullin Courses Courses Eric Pullin teaches the following courses HIS 1000 Issues in American History HIS 2710 Topics History of India Courses History Department Asian Studies Program Eric Pullin Assistant Professor of History and Asian Studies Contact

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  • Biography — Jean Quashnock — Carthage College
    Map of the Universe Project an effort to catalog and map 100 million galaxies His research interests include cosmology large scale structure in the universe high energy astrophysics and gamma ray bursts and absorption line systems in quasar spectra His work has been published in more than 60 scientific publications Professor Quashnock is an active member of the American Astronomical Society the American Physical Society the American Association of Physics Teachers and Sigma Xi He serves as an associate at the University of Chicago where he previously was a lecturer and a research scientist and collaborates with researchers there in the Department of Astronomy Astrophysics and at Fermilab He also has lectured in the Medical Physics Department of the College of Health Professions Rosalind Franklin University Professor Quashnock earned his B Sc in physics from McGill University and Ph D from Princeton University in 1990 He studied the dynamics of topological defects and the effects of phase transitions in the early universe The First Three Microseconds Cosmic Strings Axions and Magnetic Fields He has a particular interest in acoustics and the physics of music He sings tenor in various choirs in Wisconsin After doing postdoctoral work at the University of

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/jquashnock/biography (2013-06-13)
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  • Courses Taught — Jean Quashnock — Carthage College
    Courses Courses Professor Quashnock teaches the following courses PHY 1030 Astronomy PHY 1050 Cosmology The Big Bang PHY 2210 General Physics II PHY 2300 Modern Physics PHY 2470 Mathematics for Scientists and Engineers PHY 3200 Mechanics PHY 4100 Astrophysics PHY 4200 Quantum Mechanics Current Course Materials Most course content is available on Blackboard Physics 204 Intermediate Physics II Spring 2010 Biography Courses Publications Resources News Physics and Astronomy Jean Quashnock

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  • Publications — Jean Quashnock — Carthage College
    to cosmology M L Stein J M Quashnock J M Loh Ann Statistics 28 1503 2000 Inference for Point Processes Observed Over Many Regions with an Application to Cosmology M L Stein J M Quashnock J M Loh in Proceedings of the International Conference on Stereology Spatial Statistics and Stochastic Geometry V BeneË s J Jan Ì aË cek I Saxl eds Prague Union of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists p 52 1999 Optical and Near Infrared Observations of the Afterglow of GRB980329 from 15 Hours to 10 Days D E Reichert D Q Lamb M R Metzger J M Quashnock D M Cole F J Castander S Klose J E Rhoads A S Fruchter A R Cooray D E Vanden Berk Ap J 517 692 1999 Cluster Cluster Strong Lensing Expectations and Detection Methods A R Cooray G P Holder J M Quashnock Mon Not R Astron Soc 305 L11 1999 http adsabs harvard edu abs 1999MNRAS 305L 11C A New Measure of the Clustering of QSO Heavy Element Absorption Line Systems J M Quashnock M L Stein Ap J 515 506 1999 http adsabs harvard edu abs 1999ApJ 515 506Q Gravitational Lensing and the Hubble Deep Field A R Cooray J M Quashnock M C Miller in Proceedings of the 9th Annual October Astrophysics Conference in Maryland After the dark ages when galaxies were young S S Holt E P Smith eds New York AIP p 180 1999 http adsabs harvard edu abs 1999AIPC 470 180C A Lower Limit on Omega m Omega Lambda Using Gravitational Lensing in the Hubble Deep Field A R Cooray J M Quashnock M C Miller Ap J 511 562 1999 Gravitational Lensing Limits on the Average Redshift of Gamma Ray Bursts D E Holz M C Miller J M Quashnock Ap J 510

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  • Resources — Jean Quashnock — Carthage College
    Events Campus Life For Faculty Login Faculty Jean Quashnock Resources Resources Physlets Interactive illustrations explorations and problems for introductory physics Biography Courses Publications Resources News Physics and Astronomy Jean Quashnock Professor of Physics and Astronomy Contact Information jmq carthage edu

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  • News — Jean Quashnock — Carthage College
    College planetarium thanks to support from the Kresge Foundation The Digitarium Alpha 2 represents a substantial advance over the older Starlab system with a brighter image and the ability to explore the solar system and beyond The Digitarium is being used for courses in the natural sciences the Society of Physics Students and community groups Professor Quashnock recently hosted visits by youth groups from Caterpillar College preschool and by Kenosha

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  • Courses — Elaine Radwanski — Carthage College
    Campus Life For Faculty Login Faculty Elaine Radwanski Courses Courses Professor Radwanski teaches the following courses BIO 1020 Plants and People BIO 2300 Cell and Molecular Biology Courses Biology at Carthage News Elaine Radwanski Professor of Biology Contact Information eradwanski

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