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New Members Inducted into Tri-Beta Honor Society at Catawba College

May 1, 2009
Category: Academics, Biology, Environmental Science, Events, Students
The Catawba College Chapter of Beta Beta Beta, the national biology honor society, inducted 13 new members at its annual induction ceremony of April 22, 2009.  The ceremony was conducted by president Rachel Roberts of Knoxville, Tenn.; vice-president Kyle Ganow of State College, Pa.; secretary…
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Catawba College Student Awarded Fellowship at N.C. Research Campus

April 29, 2009
Category: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Students
Catawba College student Nathan Griffin of Boomer, N.C., has applied and been awarded an Undergraduate Biotechnology Research Fellowship by the N.C. Biotechnology Center.The fellowship will allow Griffin to work during the 2009-2010 academic year with a research associate in the laboratory of Steven…
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Fifty Three Area Girls Selected to Participate in Catawba Conservation Camp

April 6, 2009
Category: Biology, Environmental Science, Events, Teacher Education
;;;;;;;Girls Gaining Ground in ScienceFifty-three rising sixth or seventh grade girls have been selected to participate in the Catawba Conservation Camp (C3), a weeklong residential science camp to be held July 5-10, 2009 on the Catawba College campus.The 53 students were selected from 280…
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Catawba College Biology Professor Receives Prestigious Award

April 6, 2009
Category: Biology, Faculty
Dr. Michael J. Baranski, a professor of biology at Catawba College, was presented the Association of Southeastern Biologists Meritorious Teaching Award at that organization's 70th Annual Meeting in Birmingham, Alabama, on April 3rd.The Meritorious Teaching Award is the most prestigious award…
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Catawba Conservation Camp Open to Rising 6th and 7th Grade Girls

February 27, 2009
Category: Biology, Environmental Science, Events, Teacher Education
;;;;;;Girls Gaining Ground in Science;;; ;Rising sixth or seventh grade girls interested in the environmental sciences are invited to make application to attend the Catawba Conservation Camp (C3). The camp is open to girls who are enrolled in public or private school or who are home schooled in…
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