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  • Courses — Walter Smith — Carthage College
    Campus Life For Faculty Login Faculty Walter Smith Courses Courses Professor Smith teaches the following courses CHM 1010 General Chemistry I CHM 2070 Organic Chemistry I Courses Chemistry at Carthage Walter Smith Assistant Professor of Chemistry Contact Information wsmith carthage

    Original URL path: http://faculty.carthage.edu/wsmith/courses/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Courses — Mark Snavely — Carthage College
    MTH 1050 Elementary Statistics MTH 1060 Finite Mathematics MTH 1070 Functions Graphs and Analysis MTH 1120 Calculus I MTH 1130 Calculus II MTH 1240 Discrete Structures MTH 200T Topics in Mathematics MTH 2220 Differential Equations MTH 2130 Mathematics of Actuarial Science MTH 3030 Theory of Probability MTH 3120 Real Analysis MTH 3220 Complex Variables MTH 400T Topics in Mathematics MTH 4300 Senior Research in Mathematics MTH 4900 Research in Mathematics

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  • Courses — Richard Sperber — Carthage College
    Academics Admissions Athletics Calendar of Events Campus Life For Faculty Login Faculty Richard Sperber Courses Courses Professor Sperber teaches the following courses SPA 2020 Intermediate Spanish II GER 3090 The German Speaking World Cultural and Intellectual Life Courses German at Carthage Spanish at Carthage Modern Languages Department Richard Sperber Chair of the Modern Languages Department Associate Professor of Modern Languages Contact Information rsperber carthage edu 262 551 5879 Lentz Hall

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  • Biography — John Stewig — Carthage College
    the United States Recently he served on the Sibert Committee of the American Library Association which gives an annual award for the most distinguished information book of the year as well as on the Medallion Committee given to an author by the University of Southern Mississippi for a body of work Dr Stewig s areas of research and teaching are visual literacy and children s picture books issues in children s literature language arts curriculum and drama in the curriculum For several years he has taught methods classes in public schools so that he could demonstrate working directly with children Dr Stewig has led writers workshops and Authors in the Schools programs for various school districts in 26 different states Dr Stewig has a bachelor of science degree master of science degree and Ph D from the University of Wisconsin Madison Dr Stewig s picture books are Sending Messages Houghton 1978 nonfiction The Fisherman and His Wife Holiday House 1988 retelling Stone Soup Holiday House 1991 retelling The Moon s Choice Simon and Schuster 1993 retelling Princess Florecita and the Iron Shoes Knopf 1995 retelling King Midas Holiday House 1999 retelling Clever Gretchen Marshall Cavendish 2000 retelling Mother Holly North

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  • News — John Stewig — Carthage College
    Admissions Athletics Calendar of Events Campus Life For Faculty Login Faculty John Stewig News News Summer 2011 Professor John Stewig published Off the Diving Board From Poetry into Literacy in the Autumn 2010 issue of LEARNing Landscapes published at McGill University Montreal Biography News Center for Children s Literature John Stewig Director of the Center for Children s Literature Professor of Education Contact Information jstewig carthage edu 262 552 5480

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  • Biography — Wenjie Sun — Carthage College
    GIS Satellite Image and Air Photo Analysis Human Geography and Geography of East Asia She has also led multiple interdisciplinary themed J term trips to various parts of China Professor Sun has been conducting research projects using GIS and Remote Sensing RS techniques to examine land use and land cover change LUCC from the perspective of human environment interaction For her dissertation work she has been involved in a couple NSF funded research projects on LUCC in southern Indiana and spatially explicit decision making lab experiments combining GIS and experimental economics She has published in the International Journal of Geographical Information Science and given a number of talks at national professional meetings Professor Sun has been conducting research projects using GIS and Remote Sensing techniques to examine land use and land cover change from the perspective of human environment interaction She is also interested in applying GIS and RS to a wider range of economic social and environmental studies particularly those involve undergraduate students through civic engagement Since 2008 she has developed collaborative applied research opportunities with the Kenosha County Health Department on using GIS and spatial analyses to identify high risk neighborhoods for the Kenosha Racine Lead Free Communities

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  • Courses — Wenjie Sun — Carthage College
    Your World Introduction to Geographic Information Science GEO 2700 Satellite Image and Air Photo Analysis GEO 2800 Geography of East Asia GEO 2900 Population Geography and Statistical Analysis GEO 3300 Analytical Techniques in Geography GEO 3500 Transportation Geography and Business Logistics GEO 3600 Advanced Geographic Information Science GEO 3900 Methods of Field Research GEO 4000 Senior Seminar in Geography GEO 400T Topics in Geography GEO 4500 Independent Study in Geography

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  • Courses — Wayne Thompson — Carthage College
    Athletics Calendar of Events Campus Life For Faculty Login Faculty Wayne Thompson Courses Courses Wayne Thompson teaches the following courses SOC 2040 Sociology of Religion SOC 2530 Racial and Cultural Minorities SOC 3020 Sociological Research I SOC 3110 Deviance SOC 3500 Field Placement in Sociology SOC 3900 Data Analysis Courses Criminal Justice Sociology Wayne Thompson Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice Contact Information wthompson carthage edu 262 551 5849

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