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Catawba College Students among Those Tackling Ethics, the Future of Community

February 21, 2018
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, English, Environmental Science, Events, History, Politics, Students
Front Row (L-R): Brianna Gordon, Taylor Cielo, and Cassie James; Back Row (L-R) Norris Feeney, Jon Rife, Ethan Chirico, and Darin Spencer. A team of six Catawba College students joined more than 120 other college students from 24 of North Carolina’s independent colleges and university in…
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Catawba College Faculty Continue to Present, Publish Papers, and Enjoy Professional Achievements

February 20, 2018
Category: Academics, Biology, Business & Economics, Environmental Science, Faculty, Nursing, Politics, Staff
Catawba College faculty members continue to have scholarly papers published or accepted for publication, or have enjoyed professional achievements outside the college. Following are details of their accomplishments. Bitzer Dr. J. Michael Bitzer, Provost, Chair and Professor of Politics Dr.…
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More Catawba College Collaborations with Rowan-Salisbury Schools

February 14, 2018
Category: Academics, Environmental Science, Events, Students
Stein AP Environmental Science students at Salisbury High School had an opportunity to hear from two National Geographic Explorers visiting Catawba College last week. On Tuesday, February 6, students participated in a presentation by Dr. Andrew Stein, a National Geographic Explorer and founder…
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Catawba College Maple Days: January 23 to February 1

February 7, 2018
Category: Academics, Biology, Environmental Science, Events, Students
The Piedmont of North Carolina isn’t known for maple syrup production, but students and professors at Catawba College have taken advantage of the recent cold weather to give it try. Over the last week since recent the spell of snow, students in Drs. Tyler Davis, Jay Bolin, and Carmony Hartwig’s…
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Can a Story Save the African Lion?

January 29, 2018
Category: Academics, Environmental Science, Events
Stein safely checks a tracking device on a tranquilized lion. Dr. Andrew Stein, National Geographic Explorer and founder and director of CLAWS (Communities Living Among Wildlife Sustainably), will speak Monday, February 5, at the Center for the Environment building on the Catawba College…
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