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Catawba Student Receives Scholarship from National Academic Honor Society

April 10, 2013
Category: Academics, Chemistry, Students
Elizabeth (Lizzie) White of Salisbury, a chemistry major at Catawba College and the college's current Alpha Chi chapter president, has been selected as one of 10 recipients of the 2013 Alfred H. Nolle Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded by the Alpha Chi National Academic Honor Society. White…
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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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Leaving Other Options Behind, Justin Smith '13 Is Med School Bound

December 6, 2012
Category: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Students
Senior Justin Smith of Greensboro says he wants to keep maximizing his options in the future if possible, and when he made a decision late during fall semester to attend medical school, he felt it was "the right one – the one that will be of the most benefit to me."The pre-med student,…
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Catawba SGA Scholarships Help 13 Students Travel to Academic Conferences during Fall Semester

November 29, 2012
Category: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Psychology, Students, Theatre Arts
Catawba College students attended or will attend the Stanford Biochemistry Departmental Symposium in Santa Cruz, Calif., the 2012 National Leadership Conference in Charlotte, the Southeastern Psychological Association Conference in Atlanta, Ga., and the Southeastern Theatre Conference in Louisville,…
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Catawba College Lands $1.45 Million National Science Foundation Grant

October 2, 2012
Category: Academics, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Students, Teacher Education
Catawba College has received a $1.45 million grant from the Robert Noyce Scholarship Program of the National Science Foundation that will provide five years of support for scholarships and internships that help prepare Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) majors for teaching…
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