Cool Tech and Cookies is an informational series that shows you what amazing things Carthage students, faculty, and staff are doing with technology. These events are held on alternating Tuesdays at 2:30 p.m. in various locations. See the calendar below for exact dates and stay tuned to announcements on the Bridge.
Fall 2017 Schedule
September 19: Researching cancer using zebrafish
- Who: Professor Andrea Henle
- Where: Straz 252A
- What: Professor Henle will discuss the intersection of cell biology, cancer, and immunology. She uses both the zebrafish model organism and cancer cell lines to model melanoma, and understand the cellular events that lead to cancer initiation and progression.
October 3: TEAL classroom (physics classroom with special computers, screens, etc.)
- Who: Julie Dahlstrom
- Where: Straz 95
- What: A discussion of the TEAL (Technology Enhanced Active Learning) classroom used to expand curricular integration across the sciences and encourage student-focused pedagogy.
October 17: CaNO-P: Wisconsin’s first student satellite
- Who: Kevin Crosby
- Where: Straz 79
- What: A look into the actual flight hardware that will be launched to the International Space Station in 2018.
October 31: Getting Creative with SketchUp and PHotoshop: Using Computers to Design Scenery and More
- Who: Martin McClendon
- Where: Straz 62
- What: Discussion of using the technologies SketchUp and Photoshop to design scenery for theater productions.
November 14: Music on iPads
- Who: Wael Farouk
- Where: JAC 140
- What: Discussion of the usage of the iPad in Wael’s classroom teaching, one-on-one piano lessons, and using the iPad for performances, including the use of a hands free page turner air pedal.