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Catawba Professor Emeritus Honored with North Carolina’s Order of the Long Leaf Pine

August 27, 2014
Category: English, Events, Faculty
Dr. Jesse McCartney, a professor emeritus of English and former provost at Catawba College, returned to that campus where he spent 26 years of his professional career in higher education on Tuesday, August 26.  Dr. McCartney was presented with North Carolina's highest civilian honor, the Order of…
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Catawba Professor's First Novel Set on Fictional University Campus

August 18, 2014
Category: English, Faculty
Margaret Garrison, an adjunct professor of English at Catawba College, has completed her first novel, "Prez: A Story of Love," published this month by Abbott Press. The novel, which Garrison describes as "a story of love," is set on a fictitious university campus in North Carolina's Piedmont during…
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Students Work on College Handbooks and Manuals and Delve into Professional Communication

August 4, 2014
Category: Academics, English, Students
If Catawba students find the '14-'15 Student Handbook easier to navigate and understand, they can thank some of their peers for taking on the task of making it more student-friendly. Students in Dr. Margy Stahr's spring semester Professional and Technical Writing class took on that task as well…
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Catawba’s Writer-in Residence Has Poem Published, Launches New Book of Poetry

June 26, 2014
Category: English, Faculty
Janice Fuller (Photo by Sean Meyers) Dr. Janice Fuller, Writer-in-Residence and Professor of English at Catawba College, has just had her poem "Hiraeth" (based on a Welsh word meaning longing) accepted for publication in Kakalak 2014, an annual magazine for North and South Carolina poets.…
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Three Catawba Faculty Members Retire

May 17, 2014
Category: Academics, English, Evening & Graduate, Events, Faculty, Teacher Education
Three Catawba College faculty members who are retiring at the end of this academic year were recognized during May 17th commencement exercises on campus.   Anderson Dr. Douglas Anderson Dr. Anderson joined the Catawba faculty in 2001 after he and his wife relocated to Salisbury upon his…
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