Liam Carls ?23

    Liam Carls ’23

    Majors: Physics

    Minors: Meteorology and Climatology

    Hometown: Racine, Wis.

    “I’ve been so fortunate to be able to fly onboard the zero-gravity plane, G-Force One! As I am a part of the space science projects with the Microgravity Team, I’ve designed and built experiments that gather experimental data in a zero-gravity environment.”

    Logan Dales

    Logan Dales ’25

    Majors: Physics, studio art (ceramics)

    Minors: Women’s & Gender Studies

    Hometown: Greenwood, Ind.

    “The physics program here is amazing, with connections across the country that I’d hope would make for a great education and possibly help me find a job post-graduation.”

    Skylar Farr

    Skylar Farr ’26

    Majors: Physics

    Minors: Music

    Hometown: Kenosha, Wis.

    “I was really attracted to Carthage for its amazing STEM program and the close relationship with NASA. I am a physics major with a concentration in astrophysics, so their relationship with NASA and other companies who are STEM and physics centered assured me that I would have many awesome opportunities all four years that would prepare me for when I graduate.”

    Clayton Markech ?24

    Clayton Markech ’24

    Majors: Physics and Mathematics

    Minors: Data Science

    Hometown: Oshkosh, Wisconsin

    “I chose Carthage because I had the opportunity to get large-school experiences at a small school where the professors can get to know me personally.”

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    Julia Radtke ’24

    Majors: Physics and Chemistry

    Minors: French

    Hometown: Brookfield, WI

    “The science classes I have taken at Carthage have helped me see how interesting and complex science can be.”

    Kassia Schraufnagel

    Kassia Schraufnagel ’24

    Majors: Physics

    Minors: Chemistry and Math

    Hometown: Waukesha, Wis.

    “The advice I would give to other physics majors is to challenge yourself and to use every opportunity to your advantage.”