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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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Catawba College's ACS Student Affiliates Chapter Is Finalist

February 23, 2009
Category: Academics, Chemistry, Events, Students
Catawba College's American Chemical Society (ACS) Student Affiliates Chapter was selected as one of the four finalists for the National Chemistry Week 2008 Chemvention competition. The chapter's entry was selected based on its level of originality, creativity and the coherent manner in which it was…
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Catawba College Chemistry Students Recognized

December 10, 2008
Category: Chemistry, Students
Catawba College's Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society were among student affiliates from five institutions recognized for their entry into the National Chemistry Week Chemvention contest. The entries were creative and innovative hands-on activities for elementary school children and…
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Pascagoula, Mississippi is Destination for Students' Mission Trip

December 9, 2008
Category: Chemistry, Events, Students
Pascagoula, Mississippi is the destination for 12 Catawba College students who will participate in a mission building trip during part of their Christmas break, December 13-19. Catawba Chemistry Professor Dr. Mark Sabo organized the trip which is co-sponsored by the College and his church, First…
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Catawba's Chemistry in Art Is a Sell-Out

May 13, 2008
Category: Academics, Chemistry, Students
Catawba College Chemistry Professor, Dr. Carol Ann Miderski, knew she had a sell-out class when 24 students from a variety of disciplines signed up for her Chemistry in Art class this spring semester. The course description read like a well-edited classified ad designed to…
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