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  • Student Voices - Gary Williams - Carthage College
    experiences he has had as well as the knowledge of such a vast amount of subjects As an advisor Gary basically devotes his life in and out of the office to his students For example if Gary isn t in his office and I need help I either e mail him and get a response fairly quickly or I text him and he responds right away if he isn t in meetings For a student to have someone like Gary on hand whenever they need help with school stress or any personal problems he is always very willing to help and be there for his students Dr Williams is a mentor to me personally and he has opened my eyes to many new opportunities Gary is truly a contemporary leader in the lives of students at Carthage College â Michael Koeneman Gary Williams is not your normal everyday professor He is not going to stand in from of a classroom and lecture you out of a book He does not try to deceive you or beat around the bush Gary is a straight shooter a class act and a man of integrity He will tell it like it is and have fun doing it Gary knows what is right for each person he teaches you only get out as much as you are willing to put in If you are true to him he will be true to you He has taught me many life lessons that go beyond the teachings in a classroom or the messages in a book Moreover I have known Gary for five years now and not only has he be been a teacher a mentor and an advisor but most of all a friend Jeff Koeneman 10 â œDr Williams is a great professor in

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  • Biography — Thomas Wolff — Carthage College
    additional performances at Disney World in Florida Accompanying his music endeavors Prof Wolff also held teaching positions in the Ashland Ky public schools South Milwaukee Public Schools Milwaukee Area Technical College Gateway Technical College Alverno College Milwaukee Northeastern Illinois University Chicago the University of Wisconsin Parkside and Carthage College Holding department and division chairmanships along with building leadership positions in public schools he also taught graduate and undergraduate courses in music sociology history education and psychology at the above named colleges and universities Upon retirement from the South Milwaukee Public Schools Prof Wolff joined the Carthage faculty in 2006 as a member of the Education Department where his principle responsibilities include teaching courses in educational psychology advising students and making supervisory visitations for student teachers in the public schools Prof Wolff s doctoral work was done in psychology and behavioral science at California Coast University He also holds an M S degree in educational psychology and a B S degree in music and music education both from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Additional graduate studies were done at Northwestern University and the University of Wisconsin Madison He has earned the Consortium for School Assessment and Design Award through the Milwaukee Area Suburban Public Schools the Collegial Award for in Service Presentations and Staff Leadership through the South Milwaukee Public Schools the National Arion Award for Music Leadership in the Community from the Lion s Club the Brass Bell Award for Youth Leadership and Community Service Award both from the Kiwanis International the University Honors Award for Education Thesis Mentoring at Northeastern Illinois University and the Bishop s Award for composing and performing an original work titled Seven Choral Acts of Worship for the United Methodist Church District of Southeastern Wisconsin Prof Wolff is also a member of Division 15 Educational

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  • Courses — Thomas Wolff — Carthage College
    Faculty Login Faculty Thomas Wolff Courses Courses Mr Wolff teaches the following courses at Carthage EDU 1010 Education and Society EDU 2010 Educational Psychology and Assessment Biography Courses Research Interests Education Department Thomas Wolff Visiting Associate Professor of Education Contact

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  • Research Interests — Thomas Wolff — Carthage College
    in a model middle school music education curriculum Motivation and attribution theory issues among reluctant learners The socio psychological effects of popular music in adolescent development Cognitive processing differences among gifted and talented populations Pre frontal cerebral immaturity in adolescents and its relationship to risk taking behaviors Mr Wolff s topical presentations to school district faculties have included Oppositional Defiant Disorders in School Children Attribution Theory and Explanatory Styles in

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  • Biography — Mimi Yang — Carthage College
    Fellow in Spanish at Dartmouth College As a full professor at Carthage her current teaching and research fields focus on Spanish Chinese languages cross cultural studies and themes related to international business Prof Yang is a recipient of numerous scholarships and awards including the 2004 Wisconsin Global Educator award and a 2012 Phi Delta Kappa Outstanding Educator Award Chapter 1123 In language pedagogy she is the author of To be Human Is the Rassias Method the Rassias Madness published in fall 1995 in The Ram s Horn and Relections on the Role of Foreign Languages Teachers in a Flat World published in Voice Journal of Wisconsin Foreign Language Teachers in literature she wrote Una mirada oriental a las letras peruanas which appeared in the February 1989 issue of Lundero in philosophy she published Borges s Foundational Role in Postmodernism in La Chispa Spring 1997 in fine arts she authored a series of articles on the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo including Pain and Painting Frida Kahlo s Autobiography appeared in Autobiographic Studies Spring 1998 in cross cultural studies her article Para la la paz mundial un acercamiento intercultural was featured as the prologue to the journal Jornada para la paz mundial

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  • News — MImi Yang — Carthage College
    the Foreword to the book Expressiveness in Juan Bosch s Short Stories A Stylistic Analysis by Manuel Agusto Ossers Cabrera It was published by Edwin Mellen Press of Lewiston N Y Her essay Cross Cultural Mirrors Two Way Reflections was published in the Fall 2010 issue of ASIANetwork Exchange a journal for Asian Studies in the Liberal Arts Biography Courses News Chinese at Carthage Spanish at Carthage Modern Languages Department

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  • Courses — Paul Zavada — Carthage College
    Faculty Paul Zavada Courses Courses Professor Zavada teaches the following courses EDU 1010 Education and Society EDU 1050 Characteristics of Exceptional Learners EDU 2010 Educational Psychology and Assessment EDU 4120 Advanced Study and Field Experience in Teaching Exceptional Learners EDU 4300 Collaboration Between General and Special Education Courses Education Department Paul Zavada Chair of the Education Division Director of the Graduate Program Professor of Education Director of Accelerated Certification in

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  • Courses — Matthew Zorn — Carthage College
    Geography GEO 2200 Conservation GEO 2400 Environmental Geography Working with the Earth GEO 2500 Natural Disasters GEO 2550 Meteorology GEO 2950 Process Geomorphology GEO 3200 Hydrology GEO 3300 Analytical Techniques in Geography GEO 3700 Climatology GEO 3800 Soil Science GEO 3900 Methods of Field Research GEO 4000 Senior Seminar in Geography GEO 400T Topics in Geography GEO 4100 The Science of Global Climate Change GEO 4500 Independent Study in Geography

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