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VIDEO: Catawba Alumnus Featured in American Chemical Society's 'Perspectives' Video

April 10, 2013
Category: Alumni, Chemistry
2011 Catawba College Alumnus Joseph "Joe" S. Manser is now a graduate student at the University of Notre Dame's Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. He recently shared a video link to his research concerning assembling and testing quantum dot solar cells in the lab  there.   Read…
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Catawba College Sports Hall of Fame Announces Five New Members

April 3, 2013
Category: Alumni, Athletics, Events
Five new members will be inducted into the Catawba College Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday, April 27, during the festivities of the Hall of Fame's 36th anniversary.The inductees are (with graduation year): Heath Bost '95; Charla Doss Hill '91; Stephanie McCormick '94; Red Richardson '49 (deceased);…
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Catawba Alumnus Awarded $5.3 Million Grant to Study Fetal Alcohol Disorders

March 27, 2013
Category: Alumni
The UNC Nutrition Research Institute in Kannapolis has received a $5.3 million grant to study fetal alcohol disorders in South Africa. The funds are from the National Institute of Health's National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. ;The study will be conducted by Dr. Philip May '69, a…
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2003 Catawba Alumna Memorialized with Endowed Scholarship

March 18, 2013
Category: Academics, Alumni, Gifts, History & Politics, Theatre Arts
A new endowed scholarship established at Catawba College memorializes Anna Katherine Gregory Vance, a 2003 alumna who died in April 2011. The Scholarship was established by her husband, Dr. Shawn L. Vance of Kannapolis. Preference for the scholarship will be given to female, Christian students who…
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Catawba's 2013 College Church/Ministry Award Goes to '62 Alumna

March 12, 2013
Category: Alumni, Events, Faculty, Students
A 1962 Catawba College alumna, the Reverend June Grubb, was honored by her alma mater as the recipient of the institution's 2013 College Church/Ministry Award. Grubb, who makes her home in Lexington and is active in the First Reformed United Church of Christ there, was recognized in February at a…
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