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Catawba College Science Clubs Host Meet and Greet

September 15, 2015
Category: Biology, Chemistry, Events
by Shannon Garrick '17 On September 3, 2015, both the American Chemical Society (ACS) and Beta-Beta-Beta (Tri-Beta) hosted a first-ever Science Meet and Greet.  The science meet and greet took place in Shuford Science Building from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. The purpose of the Meet and Greet was to allow…
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Eleven RCCC Students Selected as Noyce Summer Interns

August 27, 2015
Category: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Events, Students
After a rigorous application process, 11 Rowan-Cabarrus Community College students were accepted as the third cohort of Noyce Summer Interns. After these 11 students successfully completed their summer internships, two of them, Emilee Isenhour and Bryan Morris, applied and were accepted as Noyce…
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Catawba Students Shine during Summer Internships at N.C. Research Campus

August 24, 2015
Category: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Events, Students
 Chandler presents her research. Catawba College senior, Holli Chandler, a chemistry major from New London, has a new appreciation for broccoli and how its extracts can impact human health. Chandler was one of six Catawba College students among the 30 undergraduate interns who participated…
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Another Catawba Noyce Scholar Completes Summer Internship at UNC’s Nutrition Research Institute

August 17, 2015
Category: Academics, Biology, Mathematics, Students
 May and Stewart Noyce Scholar Brinsley Stewart of Boonville plans to be a math teacher after she graduates from Catawba College in May 2016. But her internship experience this summer at the UNC Chapel Hill Nutrition Research Institute in Kannapolis gave her some keen insights into just how…
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Catawba Students Say What You Don’t Know About Parasites Can Harm You

May 6, 2015
Category: Academics, Biology, Events, Students
 Fürstenwerth Ask Catawba College senior Finn Fürstenwerth what the smallest and deadliest parasite is in his opinion and he'll tell you without question that it's the brain-eating amoeba, Naegleria fowleri. The informative research that Fürstenwerth of Hamburg, Germany, and his…
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