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Globalism and Localism to Be Focus of Catawba's Department of History and Politics

January 2, 2007
Category: Academics, Politics
Globalism and localism will be the combined focus of Catawba College's recently merged Department of History & Politics. Much of the strength of this new department is reflected in its current faculty, most notably through the 40 years of experience of Dr. Bruce Griffith, the William R. Weaver…
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The Role of Religion in Public Life

January 2, 2007
Category: Academics, Events, Politics, Religion & Philosophy, Students
Today the world faces a crisis never before seen on this scale in human history. All over the globe, human beings of all faiths and of none are wrestling with the question: what exactly is the proper role of religion in the public life of nations?   Proposed answers differ radically, even within…
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Catawba College Scholarship Established in Honor of Salisbury Mayor Susan Kluttz

January 2, 2007
Category: Academics, Environmental Science, Students
Salisbury Mayor Susan Kluttz was recently recognized through a new scholarship established in her honor at Catawba College. Mayor Kluttz, now serving her fifth term, is the longest serving mayor in the history of the city. The Susan W. Kluttz Endowed Scholarship will assist able and deserving…
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Catawba College Selected to Participate in CIC Initiative

December 1, 2006
Category: Academics, Theatre Arts
Catawba College has been selected as one of the participants in the Learning Spaces and Technology Workshop that is being organized by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) and the National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education (NITLE) in collaboration with Project Kaleidoscope and with…
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Catawba College Students Present at Science Conference

December 1, 2006
Category: Academics, Students
Several Catawba College students were selected to make presentations at professional association meetings. Senior Christopher Junker of Salisbury's paper, "Synthesis of photochromic organometallic cyclopentiadienyl manganese tricarbonyls" was accepted to the 58th Southeast Regional Meeting of the…
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