Personal Care Products and the Environment
Environmental science professor Sarah Rubinfeld led two Carthage students in researching the environmental fate of consumer product chemicals in aquatic systems during the summer of 2011.
Carthage students witness final shuttle launch
Members of the Carthage Microgravity Team were invited to Kennedy Space Center in July 2011 to watch the historic launch of Atlantis STS-135, the final mission of the American space shuttle program.
Anxiety in Rats
Neuroscience professor Daniel Miller and two Carthage students studied neuroanatomy and physiology in an anxiety vulnerable rat strain during the summer of 2011.
Invasive Species Working Group
Prof. Scott Hegrenes leads three students in 2011 SURE project.
Software Evolution and the Moving Picture Metaphor
Computer science professor Mark Mahoney continued his research on new version control software with two Carthage students during the summer of 2011.
Passport to Science
Carthage hosted a Passport to Science event for the community. Carthage faculty and science majors volunteered their Saturday to spread their love of science with more than 175 children.
Maxwell Machurick: Biology Major, Football Player
Maxwell Machurick ’15 talks about SURE summer research, as well as his academic and athletic experiences at Carthage.
Carthage Flies with NASA 2012 - Flight Day
See video from the Carthage students flight on G-Force One, NASA’s “Weightless Wonder.”
The Search for Little Clint: Carthage College Paleontology
In July 2006, a crew led by Carthage College paleontologist Thomas Carr discovered the partial skeleton of the smallest T.rex ever found, nicknamed Little Clint.
Carthage Microgravity Trip 2011
The 2011 Carthage Microgravity Team’s trip to Houston to perform experiments for NASA in zero-g.
Carthage Microgravity Team explains their project at NASA
Danielle Weiland ’14, explains this year’s Carthage Microgravity Team’s experiment, a zero-gravity fuel gauge.
Carthage Is: Scott Hegrenes
An interview with Carthage biology professor Scott Hegrenes.
An Interview with Prof. Kevin Crosby
Physics professor Kevin Crosby talks about the Carthage microgravity program and this year’s research project for NASA’s Systems Engineering Educational Discovery Program.
A Day in the Life of Paleontologist Thomas Carr
Carthage College paleontologist Dr. Thomas Carr searches for dinosaur fossils in Hell Creek, Montana, along with a crew of Carthage students and other scientists. Hear what a day of paleontology is really like.
Carthage J-Term in Nicaragua
Every January, students travel to the island of Ometepe, Nicaragua, where they spend two weeks studying tropical ecology and volunteering in rural medical clinics.
Professor Thomas Carr, Paleontology at Carthage
Professor Thomas Carr talks about Paleontology at Carthage College.
Professor Sarah Rubinfeld, Environmental Science
Professor Sarah Rubinfeld discusses teaching environmental science at Carthage.