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  • Jacob Dinauer — Carthage College
    a captain on the Town of Raymond Fire and Rescue department Jake provides athletic training services for football men s basketball and baseball He is a professor in the Athletic Training Edcation Program teaching Clinical Skills I Practicum II Modalities in Athletic Training Practium III and Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries Jake feels that teaching helps him stay current and up on his athletic training skills He also states

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  • Bosko Djurickovic — Carthage College
    won two or more national titles His 24 year record is 437 203 241 124 in 14 years at Carthage 196 79 in 10 years at North Park an overall winning percentage of 683 His 398 career wins starting the 2008 09 season placed him 31st all time among NCAA Division III coaches and his 680 career winning percentage 398 187 was ranked 32nd nationally among active coaches While at

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  • Stephanie Domin — Carthage College
    in human development and counseling from the University of Rhode Island in 1993 She was a four year letterwinner in both cross country and track at Rhode Island and was named All Atlantic 10 Conference four times in cross country and three times in track as a distance runner All New England in both cross country and track and field four times and an NCAA Division I qualifier in cross

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  • Steven Domin — Carthage College
    him earn College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Coach of the Year honors on several occasions Coach Domin holds a combined 314 193 40 overall record Under Coach Domin s direction Carthage has produced 93 All CCIW performers 34 All State of Wisconsin Collegiate performers 15 All Midwest players two NCAA All Americans conference championships and multiple CCIW Player and Coach of the Year Honors In 2011 Coach Domin was named the State s Collegiate Coach of the Year Carthage teams have been ranked in the top 10 by the NSCAA Regional National Committee on several occasions 1996 1997 2006 2007 2008 2010 2011 and 2012 and have competed in the NCAA National Championships He is one of the Directors of Coaching for the local area select club programs holds an NSCAA ADVANCED NATIONAL LICENSE and a USSF National coaching license served on the NCAA Men s Women s Championship Selection Committee and is a full time teacher in Carthage s Exercise and Sport Science Department Coach Domin is a native of Naperville Ill attended Naperville North High School and was named Daily Herald all state in baseball and played varsity soccer for legendary Coach Dave Bucher He graduated from Carthage in 1993 majoring in exercise and sport science and business administration and received his master s in education also from Carthage in 1995 Domin played for the Naperville Soccer Association and with the Chicago Magic Soccer Club before playing and captaining Carthage s 1991 93 soccer teams He also had a four year playing career for the Carthage baseball team A two year team captain he compiled a 322 career batting average as the Red Men s second baseman and was named to the NCAA Central Region all tournament team as a senior He holds a Carthage career record

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  • Cathy Duffy — Carthage College
    Carthage in 2001 she was a corporate tax consultant at Arthur Andersen a senior tax accountant for Amoco Corporation an accounting instructor at Robert Morris College and a consultant for Jefferson Wells She lives in Racine Wis with her husband Michael and their four children Michael Amelia Nicola and Alexandra She earned her B S in 1989 from the University of Southern California and M S in taxation from DePaul

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  • Annette Duncan — Carthage College
    Life For Faculty Log in Annette Duncan Director Supplemental Instruction and Tutoring Program Assistant Professor of English Professor Annette Duncan teaches American Literary Traditions and Methods and Materials of Teaching English She earned her B A from Evangel College and M A from the University of Nebraska She joined the Carthage faculty in 1994 Education M A University of Nebraska B A Evangel College Courses English Department Contact Information aduncan

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  • Jacqueline Easley — Carthage College
    Calendar of Events Campus Life For Faculty Log in Jacqueline Easley Chair of the Education Department Associate Professor of Education Professor Jacqueline Easley received her Ed D from Northern Illinois M A from Concordia University and B A from Concordia College She joined the Carthage faculty in 2006 Education Ed D Northern Illinois M A Concordia University B A Concordia College Courses Education Department Contact Information jeasley carthage edu 262

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  • Timothy Eckert — Carthage College
    Barbara During a sabbatical he pursued NMR research at the University of Arizona His research now tries to solve the riddle of the ortho effect found in electrophilic aromatic substitutions Prof Eckert wrote the organic chemistry text used at Carthage He has published several papers in the Journal of Organic Chemistry Journal of the American Chemical Society Tetrahedron Letters and Journal of Chemical Education He won the Distinguished Teaching Award

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