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Students and a Faculty Member Welcomed to Catawba's Teacher Education Program

October 27, 2011
Category: Academics, Evening & Graduate, Events, Faculty, Students, Teacher Education
Forty eight Catawba College students and one faculty member were honored in a formal pinning ceremony held in Omwake-Dearborn Chapel on Wednesday, October 12, 2011. This event marked admission to the Teacher Education Program at Catawba College.The ceremony was sponsored by the Student North…
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Rowan County's Partners in Learning Celebrates 15th Anniversary

September 29, 2011
Category: Evening & Graduate, Teacher Education
Rowan County's Partners in Learning (PIL) Child Development & Family Resource Center marks its 15th anniversary on October 6 and its director Norma Honeycutt says the non-profit has much to celebrate.From serving less than 50 children the first year it opened, PIL has grown to serve more than…
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Catawba Alumna Escaped Vietnam to Become an American

September 13, 2011
Category: Alumni, Evening & Graduate, Teacher Education
EDITOR'S NOTE: Catawba College alumna Lori Wong graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Education (B.A.E.) degree from the School of Evening and Graduate Studies and completed her licensure program in Teacher Education. ;By David Freeze, for the Salisbury Post ;Young students at…
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New Teachers Share Their Thoughts as Beginning of School Nears

August 18, 2011
Category: Alumni, Evening & Graduate, Teacher Education
By Sarah Campbell, salisburypost.comIn a sense, Catawba College alumna and China Grove native Tammy Tutterow is coming home.Sure, she never left the area. But when she graduated from South Rowan High School in 1992 she wasn’t exactly expecting to come back, to the school that is.But this fall,…
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Catawba Alumnus and Principal Looks Forward to Second Retirement

July 5, 2011
Category: Alumni, Evening & Graduate, Teacher Education
by Sarah Campbell, scampbell@salisburypost.comWhen Rick Hampton took over as the principal of North Rowan Elementary School in 2004 he quickly realized that regular Band-Aids simply aren’t good enough."I had to go out and buy Blues Clues and Sponge Bob Band-Aids," he said. "I fixed a lot of…
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