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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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BLOG: A Summation of Italian Ingestion

May 1, 2008
Category: Academics, Chemistry, Students
Editor's Note: Daniel S. Hines is a senior from Yorktown, Va., who was a student in Dr. Mark Sabo's Honors Class, "Food, Science, Society and Culture," this spring. Hines put together this article about his class' spring break trip to Italy using excerpts from the travel journals of his fellow…
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BLOG: A Summation of Italian Ingestion

May 1, 2008
Category: Academics, Chemistry, Students
Editor's Note: Daniel S. Hines is a senior from Yorktown, Va., who was a student in Dr. Mark Sabo's Honors Class, "Food, Science, Society and Culture," this spring. Hines put together this article about his class' spring break trip to Italy using excerpts from the travel journals of his fellow…
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Catawba College Student and Faculty Member Assist FBI with Research

December 14, 2007
Category: Chemistry, Faculty
In late November, Catawba College Chemistry Professor Dr. Mark Sabo and senior chemistry major Angela Bailey of Kannapolis visited to Anthropological Research Facility (ARF) at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. While there, the two attended an organizational meeting at the Oak Ridge National…
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Catawba College Student and Faculty Member Assist FBI with Research

December 14, 2007
Category: Chemistry, Faculty
In late November, Catawba College Chemistry Professor Dr. Mark Sabo and senior chemistry major Angela Bailey of Kannapolis visited to Anthropological Research Facility (ARF) at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. While there, the two attended an organizational meeting at the Oak Ridge National…
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