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Cuban STEAM

April 18, 2018
Category: Faculty Blogs
By Dr. ChaMarra K. Saner At Catawba College, a brainchild originated from a whim and a desire to create a course where two facets of the same coin could merge together in unity. Those two sides, science and art, specifically dance, were merged to form a STEAM (science technology engineering arts…
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Panama

March 8, 2017
Category: Faculty Blogs
Over winter break, I boarded a plane from Charlotte to Panama where my son, Eli [Wittum, a Catawba alumnus from the Class of 2015] now lives in a remote village in the rain forest. I'd always dreamed of spending time in the tropics, but I had not expected to ever actually make it. Going to Panama…
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Trip to France 2016

March 23, 2016
Category: Faculty Blogs
by Dr. Marie-Odile Langhorne, Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages During Spring break 2016, I once again had the privilege to take 15 Catawba students to France on a cultural trip. Mrs.Ann Clifton was assisting me for the second time on such a trip. We also enjoyed the company of Dr.Coggin and…
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A New Tradition: "Catawba-to-Career"

August 22, 2014
Category: Faculty Blogs
Dear campus community,   I hope your first few days of the new academic year has started well for you.  At Tuesday’s Opening Convocation, I spoke about the new traditions that Catawba will be starting this year.  One of the major new traditions that we are instituting has a direct connection to…
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College Matters, Even After College

June 11, 2014
Category: Faculty Blogs
As Catawba prepares to welcome its Class of 2018, an interesting survey by the Gallup Poll caught my attention about life after college and what graduates thought about not only themselves, but their lives as a whole. In the web survey of nearly 30,000 college graduates, Gallup asked about the…
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