Carthage’s beautiful campus on the shore of Lake Michigan in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is home to 2,600 full-time undergraduate students. With an average class size of 17 and a student-faculty ratio of 13:1, Carthage offers educational experiences uncommon in a small campus environment. www.carthage.edu(see more)
Carthage’s beautiful campus on the shore of Lake Michigan in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is home to 2,600 full-time undergraduate students. With an average class size of 17 and a student-faculty ratio of 13:1, Carthage offers educational experiences uncommon in a small campus environment. www.carthage.edu
Carthage students win at Japanese Speech and Recitation Contest
Students studying Japanese at Carthage participated in the Annual Japanese Speech and Recitation Contest, hosted virtually by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on March 4.
Jenna Link '22 finishes first in Wisconsin Excel Competition
Freshman Jenna Link '22 not only beat her classmates, she also beat the entire state of Wisconsin in the Microsoft Excel Competition. Students who take Intro to Business are required to take the Microsoft Office Excel Specialist Exam. The top possible score is 900. Jenna scored 893. A few months after Jenna completed her exam, she received an interesting letter in the mail. Jenna learned her 893 was the top score in the state and one of the top scores in the country. Also in the letter, there was an invitation from Microsoft for a national competition in Florida.
2018 Math Modeling Challenge
A team of three mathematics and physics students represented Carthage at SCUDEM (the SIMIODE Challenge Using Differential Equations Modeling), winning the local competition at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in October 2018.
Carthage Enactus advances to Nationals
Carthage's team competed in the national Enactus exposition in Kansas City in May 2018, after qualifying at a regional competition in Chicago.
North American Model UN Conference
A group of 11 Carthage students, accompanied by professors Jeffrey Roberg and Penny Seymoure, participated in the North American Model United Nations Conference in Toronto.
Mock Trial Regional Competition - 2018
Eight students from Carthage's mock trial team competed at the American Mock Trial Association's regional tournament Feb. 24-25 in Toledo, Ohio.
Selected to present at National Association for Campus Activities Convention
Hailey Morgan, the Carthage Activities Board's Director of Event Management, has been selected to present at the National Association for Campus Activities Convention in Boston. The convention will be held in February 2018. This is an honor rarely bestowed upon undergraduate students. Her educational session, "From CAMP to Campus", is focused on aiding students and staff in relationship building and hospitality for performers and agencies.
Participated in the 2017 College Fed Challenge
A team of six Carthage students competed in the College Fed Challenge in November 2017. The regional competition in Chicago allows students to investigate the state of the economy, create a policy, and see how that would affect the national economy and individual citizens. Each team then presents its research to representatives from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Professor Catherine Lau, chair of the Accounting and Finance Department, oversees the Fed Challenge team. Carthage earned commendation for its creative approach to address excess reserves.
Celebration of Scholars Logo Contest
All current Carthage students were invited to submit a logo in the 2017 Celebration of Scholars Student Logo Contest. The logo must visually convey the message of the Celebration of Scholars: Exposition of Student and Faculty Research, Scholarship and Creativity.
Third Place in US Midwest Chinese Bridge Speech Contest
Congratulations to Chinese major Thomas Gaertig '18 on winning third place among third year Chinese language students in the 2017 US Midwest Chinese Bridge Speech Contest!
Represented Carthage at Wisconsin Science Olympiad
Carthage students Alissa Fischer, Leah Sanford, and Matthew Koviekis, along with Associate Professor of Chemistry John Kirk, participated in the Wisconsin Science Olympiad State Tournament on Saturday, April 8, at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Congratulations to all who were nominated, applied, and interviewed for Homecoming Court. This year was full of outstanding leaders.
Won Celebration of Scholars Logo Contest
All current Carthage students were invited to submit a logo in the 2016 Celebration of Scholars Student Logo Contest. The logo must visually convey the message of the Celebration of Scholars: Exposition of Student and Faculty Research, Scholarship and Creativity.
DREAM Conference Winner
The Dream Undergraduate Diversity Conference, in its second year, yielded many interesting topics including stoicism, white privilege, understanding non-binary gender, mental illness, and racism. Students presented research projects, photography, poetry, artwork, creative animation, and pictorial essays. The field of presenters were judged by a panel of four faculty members.
Carthage team wins Wisconsin Math Modeling Challenge
A Carthage team earned first place for their project summary in the Wisconsin Math Modeling Challenge.
Presented at the first ever Carthage DREAM Conference
The DREAM Conference focuses on active responses to intolerance in many forms, including bigotry, bullying, discrimination, and violence. Students from all fields were invited to address the theme "Experiences, Challenges and Learning from a Place of Difference." Students have submitted academic papers, projects focused on activism, and works of art. Projects may address the theme within the United States or in any region throughout the world.
Carthage Math FaceOff! Team takes first place at conference
Carthage bested 10 teams from the area. In the past 6 1/2 years, Carthage has played FaceOff! 13 times, recording 11 wins and two second-place finishes.
Won best research poster at Wisconsin Space Conference
Daisy Bower '16 and Eric Ireland '15 won the best research poster award in the undergraduate competition at the 24th Annual Wisconsin Space Conference.
2013-2014 Global Heritage Prize Winner
Global Heritage courses are concerned with ideas, works, and practices of non-Western traditions. The Global Heritage Competition is held annually to honor exceptional work in projects with a focus on non-Western traditions and peoples. All projects are eligible to enter, including essays, poems, musical compositions, visual or dramatic compositions, reportage, documentaries, and other cutting-edge forms not anticipated by the Global Heritage Oversight Committee.
Carthage Math FaceOff! Team takes first place at regional competition
The Carthage FaceOff! team won first place in the FaceOff! competition at the Mathematical Association of America's Wisconsin Section meeting at the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater on April 4. The team has compiled 10 wins and two second place finishes in their last 12 competitions over a span of six years.
Carthage students take third place at Enactus National Competition
Enactus, open to all majors, works throughout the year on projects in six categories: Market Economics, Success Skills, Entrepreneurship, Financial Literacy, Business Ethics, Environmental Sustainability, and Sustainability. This year, the group took third place in the national competition in Cincinnati.